Vegan café strives to improve the health and wellbeing of its customers

By Perry Johnson

The owners of a city-centre vegan restaurant are aiming to promote a healthier lifestyle for their customers with a range of upcoming hosted events and their strictly plant-based menu.

The eatery, called Prana Café and located in a Grade II listed building in Horsefair Street, has only been open for 10 months but already made big strides in the food market, having been placed as runners up for the Vegan Food UK small business award last year.


The team at Prana serving organic wholefoods with a smile

The venue offers an array of regular events including meditation classes, motivational coaching and weekly yoga classes, all intended to aid customers’ health, wellbeing and spirituality.

Sukh Johal, owner of the café, said: “We have a lot of people saying they are suffering from things like depression and mental health issues so we have had a lot of talks on health and fitness.”

With their focus on health, the food on offer at the café is entirely animal product free, and the owners aim to deliver vegan alternatives to staple dishes such as pies and lasagnes – all of which are prepared in-house.

Business partner and wife of Sukh, Andie Johal, said: “To feel such a big difference from being a vegetarian for 20 years to becoming vegan – that gave me the passion for opening this place and promoting a vegan diet.

“I think when you feel so good – you just want to share it with people, don’t you.”

The Prana Café opens its doors and offers its organic, wholefood goods to customers from 10am to 6pm every single day of the week.

For more information about the café or to view the menu visit


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