Our takeaway menu can be found on goodeats.io/Cobbles
Famous for its breakfasts, this countryside cafe is in a series of 17th-century stone buildings. Dishes are tasty and creative with vegan and gluten-free options. Plus, pickup Welsh produce to sustain you on your journey.
At Cobbles we are continually looking for ways in which we can become a more sustainable and environmentally friendly restaurant and are aware of the impact businesses like ours could have on the environment, which is why we are always seeking ways to lessen our carbon footprint.
One of our biggest focuses at the moment is our initiative to ban all single use plastic from our restaurant within the next 12 months and become a plastic free restaurant.
We are working with our suppliers, have voiced our concerns and are slowly receiving less plastic wrapped produce. In addition to this, you will never be offered a plastic carrier bag or takeaway tub from us, we are slowly eradicating plastic bottles for our drinks and instead opting for glass or aluminiun and are seeking an alternative for one of the most harmful objects to marine life – plastic straws.
Small changes such as these will have a big impact. We need to collectively work together to protect and preserve our environment for future generations and for the future of our oceans.
Posted by DIRT on Friday, 22 June 2018
Grab your ticket to the first ever DIRT @ Cobbles Kitchen in Ogmore.
DIRT events are all about using locally grown, sustainable and super-fresh ingredients to create exciting vegetarian food.
The six course menu for the 26th July includes:
– Bread, nettle pesto, creamed beans, crispy kale, olive oil
– Charred lettuce, potato, green onion, milk curds, sourdough sauce
– Smoked beetroot, pickled raisin, almond, chicory
– Courgette, salted ricotta, mint, cucumber, wasabi
– Strawberry, meringue, lime, buttermilk custard
– DIRT carrot
Tickets cost £40pp and matching wine flights will be available to purchase separately on the night.
We know that loosing somebody close is a very upsetting time and we are able to offer a helping hand to ease those final formalities and make a sad time, a time of celebration, to honour the lives of the ones that have left us by offering our gorgeous venue for wakes or as we prefer to call them – celebrations of life.