riverstation

www.riverstation.co.uk

The Grove, Bristol, BS1 4RB

riverstation april 2018

With its waterside location and two large alfresco terraces, Riverstation is a friendly and relaxed space for any time of day.

Riverstation is located on Bristol’s beautiful and historic harbourside. Positioned between Bristol Temple Meads station and Millennium Square, the city centre is just a 5-10 minute walk away. There is a pay and display car park within a few meters and we offer a taxi booking service for your onward journey.

Here’s our vegan restaurant menu, though we will be soon adding the dishes onto the main menu, rather than having a separate menu. Our downstairs Bar + Kitchen also offers several vegan dishes or dishes that can be amended to be vegan. The menu for those is available on our website HERE.

The Social

www.thesocialbristol.co.uk

130 Cheltenham Road, Bristol BS6 5RW

When it comes to food at the Social it’s got to be fresh, locally sourced, seasonal and good value- we pride ourselves on it. We change our menu regularly to keep up with what’s fresh and in-season.

Unlike a lot of places, vegetarians and vegans aren’t just an afterthought at the Social- there’s plenty of options across the breakfast, lunch and dinner menu.

Sunday wouldn’t be Sunday without a roast, and the Social roast won’t disappoint! Choose from a selection of meats or a vegetarian/ vegan option with all the trimmings and you’ll be ready for that afternoon nap in no time!

BrewDog

www.brewdog.com/bars/bristol

58 Baldwin Street, Bristol BS1 1QW

 

Most people won’t have missed the BrewDog bar in Bristol. It’s situated on the corner of Baldwin Street just opposite Castle Park. With seating outside, views of the water and outdoor heaters, it’s a wonderful spot to sit and watch the world go by. You can also enjoy a number of board games or browse through their beer related books. BrewDog do not use any finings or isinglass and instead centrifuge for clarity. All their beers are vegan friendly unless they contain special ingredients (honey, lactose, etc) which only applies to Cocoa Psycho and Dogma from their core range. They also have a large selection of guest beers on draught and bottles that are often suitable. Ask their friendly and knowledgeable staff for help if needed. You can also take a refillable glass container, known as a growler, to the bar and have it filled with your favourite beer to take home with you. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Tobacco Factory

www.tobaccofactory.com

Raleigh Rd, Bristol BS3 1TF

tobacco factory yard

The Tobacco Factory is widely regarded as one of the most important hubs for the Bedminster and Southville communities.

We believe in honest, delicious and fuss-free dishes that celebrate seasonal produce from the south west. Our menu is inspired by bold British and European flavours, with quality ingredients at its heart. Vegetarian, vegan and light options are available. Get in touch and let us know your dietary requirements.

We also have two outdoor areas – the covered Terrace and the open air Yard – which gets the afternoon sun in the summer. The outdoor bar on the Terrace is open for special events in the summer months. Our outside bar serves Italian inspired flatbreads, cooked in our very own pizza oven (just ask for Nutgrove Kitchen vegan cheese), with a great choice of vegetarian, vegan salads.

Yume Kitchen

www.yumekitchen.co.uk

9 Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6LD

 

Yume means “dream”. Our “dream kitchen” serves fresh, vibrant and authentic Japanese food in the heart of Cotham, Bristol.

Yume Kitchen is all about authentic, freshly prepared Japanese food. It is the culmination of our dreams. We have worked hard to find the best chefs, the freshest ingredients and the tastiest, most authentic recipes that meet our exacting standards. yumekitchen.co.uk

Brewers Droop

www.brewers-droop.com

36 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8AR

brewers droop

Brewers Droop can be found on the Gloucester Road offering home brew supplies and a “craft offlicense”. Again you will find all the homebrewing equipment and ingredients you could wish for from bottling to cleaning. Beers from vegan friendly Bristol breweries can be bought here including Wiper & True, Arbor and Moor. They have a wide range of UK beers including Beavertown, The Kernel, Weird Beard and Buxton that are mostly suitable for vegans (with the exception of the odd milk stout containing lactose). You’ll also find a good stock of beers from around the World that are also suitable including Schneider Weisse, Rodenbach, Brooklyn and Founders. Brewers Droop also have fresh beer on tap with glass growlers available to purchase and fill up. Often you will find vegan friendly beer on including Arbor. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Yum Yum Thai

www.yumyumthai.com

17 Kingsmead Square, Bath, BA1 2AE

Serving wonderful Thai food in light and relaxed surroundings

All the dishes are freshly prepared in their kitchen using only the finest ingredients and their food is MSG free. Vegetarian (V) & vegan options are supplemented with tofu, curry dishes contain fish sauce, and some dishes may contain traces of nuts.