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REVIEW: My Way Cafe

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Upper Bangor’s very own My Way Café opens its doors to the students of Bangor! Opposite the Belle Vue and a five minute walk from Main Arts, you can overlook passers-by, escape the degree disaster and relax yourself here. My Way has a selection of papers, activites, colouring in books (for adults!) and an interactive environment for customers. Providing a variety of food on their menus you can enrich in its wholesome goodness.

My Way caters for all, with their full English adaptable to cater to vegetarians and vegans, with all of the dishes served come under a tenner! The lunch menu consists of a heartwarming selection of baguettes, paninis and burgers; it also offers salads, an enormous selection of handmade deserts and some world famous churros.

After speaking with Andrea and hearing her recommendations, I opted on the meatball and cheese baguette. This modest title does not do this piece justice: the plate came out and I couldn’t even see the china. I was faced with a delicious blend of creamy tomato sauce, melted cheese and meatballs served in a warm baguette, the plate overflowing with chips and a sea of greens. It was perfectly balanced in seasoning and could quite easily feed a family of four.

Before my stomach could get the better of me, I was bought over the churros. Dusted in cinnamon sugar and served on a slate plate with melted milk chocolate, I had gone to heaven. The crunchy exterior of the churro contrasted perfectly with the light flurry inside. It was full of flavour and taste. Teamed with the melted chocolate, what more could you possibly ask for!


This wonderful atmospheric escape lies on 42 Holyhead Road, so do take a peek inside at this delightful shop of wonders!

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Paige Brook

Treasurer 2018-19 Food and Drink Editor 2017-19

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