Ednas Kitchen Kiosk (veg)

www.ednas-kitchen.com

Castle Park, Bristol (basically at the top of Union Street, by the zebra crossing)

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We have been selling fresh food from our kiosk in Castle Park, Bristol since September 2013. Come and visit us for a snack, lunch or evening meal – outside seating available, and take-away. Homemade, Vegetarian, Middle Eastern, FOOD TO GO.

Feeding people has been a long-lasting obsession that is still very much alive in me. The love of good food, and a desire to share it with those around me, gives me joy. For me, food is a kind of unofficial celebration that brings people together.

Healthy eco-friendly vegetarian cooking is close to my heart and that’s where I feel at home. I love using local, seasonal organic (where possible) vegetables, fresh herbs, spices, grains, pulses and seeds. I avoid complicated cooking and like to keep food as fresh and natural as possible. The aroma, colours, and taste can bring you close to the earth and doesn’t cost the earth. The Ayurvedic approach to food and life-style has a strong impact on my way of thinking and living.

I can now offer to cater for your event; cooking and delivering food to individuals with special dietary needs. I also supply dips and salads to shops in Bristol.

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4 thoughts on “Ednas Kitchen Kiosk (veg)

  1. It’s not all vegan, just say you’re vegan and she will veganise stuff for you. Like the sabich. Instead of boiled eggs she will give you a load of falafel. Almost the same amount you would get in a falafel wrap! And yet it’s cheaper, and comes with grilled aubergines!

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  2. Yay Edna’s is the best. Once you start going there all the time she will treat you to giant portions. I regularly get given way more than I can eat. But I still always do of course!

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  3. Ive been Pro ‘Eat A Pitta’ since the moment I moved to Bristol but I must admit that it has been 1-up’d. ‘Edna’s Kitchen’ offers the same food at a much better price and more Vegan options. Their Tahini is Vegan (as it should be) and I think the falafel is better seasoned

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