Smoothies, green juices and health foods are right on trend nowadays – so popular that towns are now swamped with cafes, restaurants and shops offering them. It’s become increasingly difficult to sort the good from the over priced and mediocre – so I was excited when I was told about Rawberry in Winchester by my friend Bex (find her blog here).
Located on a side street just off the busy main high street in Winchester, Rawberry offers refreshingly simply and straightforward selection of juices, smoothies, breakfast food and a selection of savoury options. As you enter the bright, airy cafe, you are met with friendly faces and a unique clipboard-style menu.
The range of plants and cacti inside made me feel right at home! (I love cacti)
I opted for ‘The Detox’ juice, a vibrant blend of beetroot, basil, apple and spinach. I personally love beetroot, so this juice was perfect – but I know it’s not everyones cup of tea!
I also chose a Turmeric Latte – it was my first time trying one, and it was absolutely delicious. Made with oat milk and lightly spiced, this drink is perfect for warming you up, and is ridiculously good for you! Rawberry also offer a matcha latte, beetroot latte and charcoal latte – so I’ll be needing to return to try these out, of course!
I chose the Sweet Potato Bagel and Dad opted for the Central American Wrap – both of which were really tasty. All of the food and drink at Rawberry is vegan – which isn’t something that I normally look for, but the food was all so delicious and I’d recommend this cafe to all of my non-vegan friends.
I’d highly recommend visiting Rawberry if you find yourself near Winchester (or even if you aren’t – Winchester is a fantastic spot for a day trip!) – have a look at their website here, and if you do visit, let me know what you chose! I’ll definitely be returning to try out some of their breakfast menu.