The Lowcountry is a great place for foodies but it’s hard to find vegetarian and vegan restaurants. So when this one popped up on our radar, we definitely had to go! Herban Market & Cafe opened up around February of 2019. It’s located in Beaufort, South Carolina. They are currently opened from 7-4 Monday thru Friday, and 8-2 on Saturdays. They have a beautiful location right off the bay in Beaufort in a nice residential area. There’s plenty of free parking.
Now for the menu. They appear to have a basic menu that’s their staple. And then they offer something different each day as well. They have sandwiches, wraps, salads, grab & go’s, baked items, coffee, smoothies, and kombucha. Everything is made fresh! And while we have not eaten everything on the menu….yet….everything is healthy and looks yummy!.
Vegetarian and Vegan Lunch Options
So we can definitely attest to the the Veggie Wrap. It consist of hummus, spinach, cucumbers, red peppers, carrots, basil pesto aioli, red cabbage, avocado and clover sprouts on a spinach wrap! Salivating yet?
We would also definitely recommend the falafel salad. It consist of spring mix, falafel, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions and feta cheese with a tatziki dressing. The falafel wrap is very similar but with hummus and a spinach wrap. This was the best falafel salad I have ever had and I have had many!
Homemade Baked Goods
All their baked goods looked yummy, so I had to try their Peppermint Crinkle which is a cookie that is both vegan and gluten free. It’s like a chocolate peppermint Christmas cookie that’s healthy! 🙂 I could have had more of these.
They are very dog friendly too, and had homemade baked dog treats for sale that were made from peanut butter. Normally when we get these similar looking treats from pet stores, our dog does not like these. But she loved this baked item from Herban Market & Cafe so much that it was gone within seconds. Pets don’t lie. 🙂
Healthy Beverage Choices
Of course we had to try their antioxidant smoothie! It’s gluten free made with acai juice, coconut milk, blueberries, spinach, greek yogurt, and flax. This was very fresh and tasty. We are also fans of Kombucha, and had to try one of the cans there of Wild Tonic. This was not homemade, but not every grocery store has unique types of kombucha. We would also recommend this as well.
We enjoyed our lunch at Herban Market & Cafe and will definitely be back to try their other yummy and healthy items!