Wild Thing is non profit which aims to make good food accessible for all.
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Our plant based cafe has re-opened
We are open everyday 9-4
(kitchen closes at 3pm)
Wild Thing cafes are one part of the overall organisation. This is how we started out and are at the heart of everything we do!
The cafes help us to fund our community work whilst providing delicious food in a relaxed setting for our lovely customers.
Our plant based cafes imbed our social goals:
-To get more people eating veg
-To reduce environmental impacts
-To fight food poverty.
Find our more about our social goals here.
Sadly, our HQ cafe in Grangetown closed in August 2020 as our landlord sold the building :( We plan on being back in Grangetown really soon though!
We still have our little cafe at Cathays Community Centre ( CF24 4HX). We are open for sit ins and takeaways everyday between 9AM-4PM. On weekends we have a beautiful garden space with a very relaxing yurt.
At the cafe we sell coffees,our own made lemonades, smoothies, vegan and gluten free cakes, breakfasts and lunch. Please find our menu here.
For takeaways- we encourage you to please bring our own reusable cups. For food we have found that Bagasse packaging is the most sustainable solution made from sugarcane pulp waste. Find more info about that here.
We are proud to source from ethical and local suppliers.
We use British quinoa, lentils and beans from Hodmedods.
Bread & pastries are provided by local bakery, Riverside Sourdough.
Our coffee is roasted at HMP The Mount by Redemption Roasters. A social enterprise which rehabilitates offenders by teaching employable skills in coffee roasting and barista.
We use NEMI Teas, a specialist tea company that provide employment to refugees.
All of our cakes are baked fresh in house by us and are vegan with gluten free and refined sugar free options.
We have a small menu which changes regularly, with the seasons.
We strongly believe that healthy food shouldn’t be a privilege which is why everything is pay what you can afford. We have suggested prices; you can pay less or more.