We are working with the Beech Cafe, which runs year round at the Sustainability Centre, to provide excellent food as a cornerstone of our 2013 weekend.

The Beech Cafe will be open until 8pm on the Friday, and from 10am to 8pm on the Saturday and Sunday of the festival. The cafe offers a range of organic, Fair Trade, vegetarian and vegan food, from  a hearty ploughman’s and a roasted Mediterranean vegetable and feta pasty, to banana and walnut loaf, carrot cake and flapjacks. You can see a sample menu here (PDF).

In addition, the mobile Coyote Moon Cafe will be open all day serving delicious home-cooked food that’s (as much as possible) local, fair trade and organic. They will also be running a bar. We listened to feedback from last year’s festival and so Coyote moon will be selling a much larger selection of food than was available last year.

Coyote Moon Cafe

Here is a taster of the basic menu:

  • Full English breakfast: £5.50- £7 (2 x Halloumi or bacon, scrambled egg, beans, mushrooms, tomato, 2 x hash browns and toast)
  • Mexican feast: £5.50- £7 (rice, beef or veggi chilli, grated cheese, tortilla chips, salsa, sour cream, salad and a tortilla wrap)
  • Burritos: £5
  • Halloumi curry with rice, salad, yogurt and mango chutney: £7.50
  • Halloumi burger with salad and chips: £7.50
  • Homemade cakes: £2- £3
  • Crisps: 0.50p- £1
  • Teas: £1 (wide selection of fair-trade, organic herbal teas)
  • Instant coffee: £1 (fair-trade, organic)
  • Filter coffee: £2 (fair-trade, organic)
  • Chai: £2
  • Hot choc: £2 (fair-trade, organic)
  • Water: £1
  • Juice: £1
  • Organic cans: £1.50 (fair-trade, organic)

Coyote Moon will be augmenting this with the following:


  • A good selection of nice cereals
  • Porridge- with nuts, fruit/berries and honey
  • Toast
  • Fruit
  • Different variations of fry ups


  • Homemade pizza with salad and chips
  • Local beef burger with salad and chips
  • Baked potato with baked beans, humous, coleslaw, tuna mayo, cheese and salad
  • Thai green curry with rice, salad, yogurt and mango chutney (veggi or chicken)
  • Egg fried rice with a colourful stir fry and tempura vegetables (veggi or chicken/pork)
  • Soup with chunky granary bread and cheese
  • Snacks- samosas, onion bhajis, pakoras/tempura with chutney, toast, sandwiches, salads

The Bar:

  • Local beers, ales and cider from micro brewery
  • A variety of wines
  • Regular canned beer and cider
  • Cocktails
  • Speciality whiskeys

There are also plans to fire up the site’s pizza oven for the Saturday night again.

The fully licensed Uncivilisation festival bar will be selling good local beers and other drinks. We encourage people to bring their own drinking vessels to minimise the use of horrible plastic ones.

There is no shop on site, but there is a small mini-market store in nearby East Meon for milk and essentials.