The space is fantastic and was fairly quiet when we arrived, but it was only 17.30 pm, but by the time we left, it was packed. The restaurant is modern, light and airy and we were shown to a lovely table of two and looked after by Paul.
Home serves pizza too and if you like your pizza with cheese, they also offer a vegan cheese with a charge of £1.
There are also several vegan wines on the list, although sadly not clearly labelled as such, maybe Home will address this issue one day.
Domaine de la Motte Chablis
Sierra Grande Pinot Noir
Emiliana Adobe Cabernet Sauvignon
Pablo Y Walter Malbec
I ordered a bottle of the Emiliana Riesling, as you really cannot go wrong with wines made by this wine producer.
I was recommended the cauliflower buffalo wings, by my friend Rynneth on Twitter, so glad I took notice, she was right they were awesome. The wings were the best I have eaten, they were superb with the zingy buffalo dip and along with olives, almonds and sun blush tomatoes, it was a perfect starter to share.
Main course was mushroom and bhaji burger, with roast red pepper, salsa and fries and it was another excellent choice. The dish was brilliant so satisfying and delicious and a great combination with the mushroom and onion bhaji and is a dish I will replicate at home, I demolished it all.
Dessert to share was warm dark chocolate brownie with honeycomb and raspberry sorbet and was a spectacular dish, so much so I had to fight Steven over every last crumb.
I am thrilled to have found Home, the food is amazing, the place is fabulous, service from Paul our waiter was spot on and we cannot wait to return, as I have my eye on one their vegan pizzas.