Vegetarian cafés used to be austere, faintly forbidding places, but there’s nothing remotely spartan about this attractive little eaterie. A cool interior – white walls adorned with original art, stripped wooden floors and squishy leather sofas – and an imaginative and extensive menu ensure that Domali is always busy, especially at weekends, when you can expect to have to wait for a table. Mains include the likes of goat’s cheese and sweet potato pie, pan-fried salmon, or red onion and ginger dahl – and there are sandwiches for people who can’t hang around. Another big star on the menu is the ‘Deal’ veggie breakfast, which comes with vegetarian sausages and perfectly poached eggs.
38 Westow St
|Opening hours:||9.30am-10.30pm Mon-Sun|
|Transport:||Crystal Palace Overground/Gypsy Hill rail|
|Price:||Main courses £1.80-£4.50|
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Average User Rating
4.4 / 5
- 5 star:18
- 4 star:6
- 3 star:2
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:2
Easily the best choice in the Crystal Palace triangle, great cakes magic dinners and the staff is like a family
Healthy, hearty and delicious food and drink.
Also sofas for hanging out.
The garden area is relaxing and magnificently urban/tranquil.
Wonderful cafe serving delicious, good value food in comfortable surroundings! Have spent many afternoons in the beautiful garden working and eating their humongous vegan BLTs!
This place has it all. Great and very friendly staff, amazing food and homely and beautiful location!
Great coffee, delicious veggie and pescetarian food and lovely friendly staff. The tuna mayo sandwich is epic!
Great prices and friendly staff - perfect for the vegetarian in your life. And there's a lovely hidden away garden out back
Myself & my other half popped in here just last week for dinner. Having toured the usual beer gardens to find them all full we thought we'd sneak to the back of Domali to their luscious, green, leafy garden.
We were seated immediately & then made our way through G&T, kir royale, a lager, a sauvignon blanc, some fantastic green olives, a 'special' Laksa & fish cakes...despite being a vegetarian restaurant (we are big meat eaters) it was really lovely and we had an absolutely lovely evening & at a great price too.
pros- the garden was empty when we got there, have the specials, don't be put off just because it doesn't serve meat...
One of my favourite vegetarian restaurants. Have been here numerous times and can't recommend it enough.
Child friendly, girlie catch up friendly, fresh food, great cakes and didn't even realise it was meat free for 6 months. Secret garden at the back rocks in summer for hangover brunch.
The breakfast here is so good that we come every week even though we are not Vegetarian! An absolutely fantastic restaurant.
I don't think if this is just me !!!!!?? but I didn't know if was vegetarian.... and ordered a full English, my partner was annoyed that tea was not included.. but even more annoyed when the bacon was actually .. not bacon. Its all pretty cool and its not about speedy service but relaxing. I did not see any notice which stated it was vegetarian which was a shame really. Lunch would be obvious but breakfast full English was not. Great to have a vegetarian in the area however.
Great place to eat, lots of choice, from British classics to Asian style dishes, and all very tasty. Generous portions too..... fab fresh juices and great coffee if you're not eating. Highly recommended.
This place is simply expensive for the quality of food.
We came for lunch this week and ended up for a bill over £50 for 3 dishes and 3 drinks (1 wine and 2 beers). Each meal was around £11, which is difficult to understand when you know it is unfrozen food and it is also vegetarian. Although it says on the menu fresh tuna or fresh something, everything came on our table 5 minutes after we ordered. No need to say our 3 different dishes were not tasty at all.
On top of that, our waiter seems to know almost nothing on the drink list and especially on the wine.
The decoration in the restaurant in poor, with some damp stain on the ceiling and cracks on the walls.
I will not recommend this place as there are other restaurants/cafes on the triangle much better with better value for money.
Poor food, painfully slow service and an over abundance of yummy mummy types who do no active parenting puts this way down the choice of venues in the palace.