Tables still available but filling up! Call to book your table…
The super duper Hebden Bridge Arts Festival 2011 runs from Friday 24th June to Sunday 10th July and this will be an extra special event as it is the Festival’s 18th birthday. The festival program includes a wide & wonderful range of music, comedy, exhibitions, family events, street entertainment and much more. We fully support the festival and will of course be open as usual from Wed – Sun 11am-3pm & Fri & Sat evenings 6.30pm-late. We have lots of space here at Greens and we welcome families & groups, so come and see us for some delicious home cooked food! We are easy to find – located on Albert Street, right next door to the Art’s Festival shop.
We are very excited to find out we have been nominated for a VegfestUK Award 2011, in the ‘Best Vegan Friendly Places to Eat in the UK’ category. The winner will be announced on Sunday 29th May at VegfestUK in Bristol. If you like our food please vote for us on the VegfestUK website by clicking the image on the left.
♥ Thank you very much to all our customers! ♥
The results are out, unfortunately we didn’t win (awwww!) we came 5th out of 10. On the up side we did beat 3 London eateries, which is amazing considering we’ve only been open 6 months! We would like to thank all of our customers who voted for us, we really do appreciate it, Kim x.
♥ Indian Vegetarian Weekend in Hebden Bridge, 2 Evenings of Wholesome Home Cooked Vegetarian Cuisine Fri 28th & Sat 29th Jan, 6.30pm-late, Call to Book ♥November 10, 2010
♥ All our food is homemade on site with love! ♥
Bateta Vada (v) (wf) (gf) (cn)
These potato fritters are popular street food in India, served here with homemade tomato & mint chutney
A wonderful Gujarati savoury spicy cake, served with our homemade coconut chutney
Paneer Peppers (wf) (gf)
Indian cheese cooked with mixed peppers & spices, garnished with coriander & garam masala
Tindora & Chevti Daal (v) (wf) (gf)
Tindora is a colourful dry vegetable curry and is served here with Chervi, a bean curry cooked with 5 types of pulses
Both main courses are served with Jeera Rice, Rotlis & Cucumber Raita
Jeera Ananas (v) (wf) (gf)
Refreshing pineapple dessert with a scoop of Booja Booja coconut ice cream
Mango Shrikand (wf) (gf)
A wonderful Gujarati speciality – a whipped yoghurt dessert served with mango
(v)=vegan option available