The White Goose

by - January 27, 2018


The White Goose opened it's doors in November, a lovely new addition to the Waterfront which we were keen to try out for a Saturday date night.
Choice:
★★★★☆
Staff Knowledge:
★★★★☆
Value for Money:
★★★★☆
Overall:
★★★★☆
It was very busy when we arrived but luckily we had booked as the people ahead of us were told to come back later. My husband David had actually bought an Itison voucher for here before Christmas, which was for a sharing board or two grazers with a glass of Prosecco, wine or beer each. We were offered the Prosecco but our waitress didn't know which of the drinks were vegan friendly and offered to read the labels, in the end we opted for beers which we knew were fine from Barnivore.

There wasn't a vegan sharing board so we each had a grazer; Moroccan Chickpea Stew for David and the Pan Seared Long Stem Broccoli for me. We decided to add the Moroccan Tofu to share too as it sounded so good. It was a little disappointing though as there were only 4 pieces of tofu in it, not a big portion compared to the grazers. David found the stew a bit too spicy for him but the broccoli was delicious - lots of lemon and garlic. We then shared a yummy raspberry and almond tart.

The White Goose is a great place for relaxed dining, we were there very early evening and it switched from more of a cafe style to bar as the sun went down with the lighting lowered and candles lit. It would be nice to see more of the sides suitable for vegans but it's great to see another new place open with quite a few vegan options on the menu.

44 Dock Street, DD1 2DR
08.00-18.00 Mon - Wed | 08.00 - midnight Thu | 08.00 - 01.00 Fri - Sat | 08.00 - 21.00 Sun



Menu Key:
Vegan symbols on menu
Suitable for Little Vegans:
Yes - high chairs, ask for vegan options
Dog Friendly:
Yes
Parking:
Shore Terrace nearest
Accessibility:
Pram and wheelchair accessible
Top Tip:
Book for weekend visits. Ask for dessert/cake options. 

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