A unique burger van is delighting tourists along the Welsh coast with its unconventional offerings of crab and lobster rolls plus a fish butty, alongside the usual beef burger.
Cafe Mor is challenging what a burger joint can be, with a van that's actually a converted fishing boat that runs on solar power and offers fishing based fast foods.
The kitchen looks like a van with a hull of a boat stuck on the bottom, with the outside of the vehicle being encased with chalk lists and covered in waves and a lobster, and a selection of pastel beach signs next to the kitchen.
The mobile cafe is already being popular among visitors as 2Chill member Lydia Stephens raved about the food, calling it, “Real artisan style food that tastes great and in an absolutely fantastic location at Freshwater West Beach.”
Lydia says, “Cafe Mor is an absolutely amazing burger van off the coast in West Wales. Not like your typical burger van, they offer lobster and crab burgers.”
Mor means sea in Welsh, which is quite fitting for the story behind Jonathan Williams first setting up the Pembroke based company.
In 2010, Jonathan was sitting at his desk in Swindon questioning how he had ever left a life by the sea for an office job in the middle of the country.
He made the decision to work part time, and set up a food van which he ran at festivals over the summer. The van took off and soon he was working a mixture of festivals and his spot in Freshwater West car park.
Now, he has made several TV appearances including Countryfile, Escape to the Country, Kate Humble’s Back to the Land among a few, and even cooked alongside James Martin.
Now permanently residing on Freshwater West throughout the summer months, Cafe Mor is going from strength to strength.
- The Fresh West Breaky Roll
- Best Bacon Butty in the West
- Ultimate Egg Butty
- The Classic Beach Burger
- The Mor Burger
- Crab Roll
- Our Famous Lobster Roll
- Fish Butty
- Green Green Grass Burger (v)
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