One Sixty Cafe

Alex Zawadzki
One Sixty Cafe
Courtesy of ONE SIXTY

Home-baked cakes are the highlight at this One Sixty Cafe, with a changing menu of drizzles, cake loaves and banana breads. Food is homemade, hearty and all vegan.

This is a day and night cafe, with special evening menus such as curry night featuring fabulous pakoras and sides and licensed bar. The menu is short and sweet with an emphasis on a select few excellent freshly-made dishes. The red lentil dahl is a firm favourite with the regulars and plant based mac and cheese provides a comfort food treat for vegans.

This is a stylish little spot (think white painted brick walls, tongue and groove panels, bent wood chairs and a log burner) and has a reputation for good music, with Foals, Oasis, DMA and Edwards Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros featuring on their published playlists.

The upstairs space has been turned into a gallery space with exhibitions changing on a regular basis for you to pop up and visit while you wait for your food or as a lovely spot for a private gathering.

160 St James StreetBurnleyBB11 1NR View map
Telephone: 01282456743 Visit Now

Venue permanently closed.

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