Ground Plant Based Coffee – Swansea


Ground Plant Based Coffee Bar is set to open in Brynmill in Swansea in Spring/Summer 2020. The project is an exciting partnership between Helen Wilson of Great Green Kitchen and paddleboard expert, Matt Barker-Smith of The Sup Hut. The coffee bar will be located within The Sup Hut, with an entrance out onto Francis Street, Brynmill. We will serve the best barista coffee from Extract Coffee Roasters in Bristol, using plant-based milks as standard. Early mornings will offer homemade breakfast muffins and cakes to takeaway, followed by handmade socca (gram flour) stuffed savoury crepes for brunch/lunch. Our aim is produce delicious, affordable and nutritious food that is helping everyone to reduce their carbon footprint and increase their health, through diet.

Find Ground on

Photo by Frédéric Dupont on Unsplash
Oat Latte. Photo by Frédéric Dupont on Unsplash
Stuffed Socca Crepe
Banana Loaf with Coconut Shreds
Chocolate and Pecan Brownie
muffins 1
Breakfast Muffin. Photo by Maryanne Hall of The Vegan Recipe Club.

Find us when we open!
Ground Plant Based Coffee
The Sup Hut
Francis Street
Google maps location

M: 07581 005605


  • “Helen has produced beautiful food for our leadership training courses and retreats. It makes a huge difference to participants enjoyment and experience when lunch is something special and not just a time to eat. To also be able to show people how tasty vegan food can be really opens their eyes to possibility. So many people on courses have said how much they love the food, asked for recipes and said it would change the way they cooked at home a little too.” Stuart Baldwin, Creator, of Powers of Engagement 

    “it makes a huge difference to participants enjoyment when lunch is something special”

  • “Helen is a massive help with ideas for cooking for a family – easy, tasty, nutritious meals. But she has also has a wealth of experience in vegan cookery for all occasions and can adapt to anything (there’s a challenge!), with food appealing to the eye and palate”, Juliet Gellatley, founder & director of vegan charity, Viva!

    “A wealth of experience in vegan cookery”