Lunch From The Sukha Lounge ~ Bournemouth

lunch from the sukha lounge

raw felafel, broccoli and cauliflower

sweet potato cake

Look what the lovely people at The Sukha Lounge left for me when I was in their vicinity last Sunday. They also had made me a matcha smoothie, which was green and frothy and delicious. I did take a photo and post it on Instagram, however, it didn’t last long enough for me to get it home to take ‘proper’ photographs – it was that good!

If you are as yet unaware of The Sukha Lounge; it is a vegan cafe which specialises in gluten-free and refined sugar-free food.  Such a perfect match for my current eating habits (I’m predominately gluten free and pretty much 100% refined sugar-free).  As they are not open on a Sunday, I took my take-away home with me for Mr D-F and I to share for lunch.

Our meal comprised of raw falafels (I’ve never had falafels raw before but these were so good), kale and mango salad with some raw broccoli and cauliflower, along with some zingy humous, which was amazing. For pudding, we had a slice of sweet potato cake, which I was expecting to be a strange consistency but it tasted like an in-between mix of chocolate cake and chocolate mousse. A combination I am very much in favour of!

I will definitely be going back to The Sukha Lounge on a day that it is open and after having another dreamy, green smoothie, I can’t wait to see what else is on the menu.


This post was sponsored by The Sukha Lounge, in that they gave me a free lunch, however, my opinions are completely my own and my general rule is that if I don’t love something, I tend to not write about it! 




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