Las Iguanas

www.iguanas.co.uk

Unit A, South Building, Anchor Square, Bristol BS1 5UH

The Venue, Merlin Road, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS10 7SR

12 Seven Dials, Sawclose, Bath BA1 1EN

We live for food, and to bring food alive – with an irresistible bolt of Latin American energy. We rise at the crack of dawn to unload boxes of top-quality, fresh British produce. Then our chefs add carefully sourced ingredients from around the world, to conjure delicious, authentic South American food, made with passion, love and lots of Latin magic.

JUST PLANT GET ENOUGH! We’ve got a whole host of flavoursome Latin American vegetarian, vegan & gluten-free dishes for you to try.
Our veggie & vegan dishes are going to create food envy at your table. No sad side-salads here! You’ll have options from Brazil, Mexico, Peru & beyond, allowing you to discover new & surprising vegetarian & vegan flavours.   So, our famous Nachos that are now available with vegan cheese, or the delicious Fiesta Ensalada, you’re going to notice the rest of the table get a bit jealous!

Cafe Conscious

www.cafeconsciousbristol.co.uk

182 Avonvale Road, Barton Hill, Bristol BS5 9SX

Cafe Conscious

Wayne grew up in Jamaica watching his family cook traditional Jamaican dishes. So we decided to start a cafe focused on authentic Jamaican food that was tasty, healthy and ethical.

Cafe Conscious Bristol offers traditional Jamaican food alongside vegan and vegetarian dishes. Jamaican born chef Wayne Dixon prepares food with the best of ingredients and always with a smile!

Turtle Bay

www.turtlebay.co.uk

8 Broad Quay, Bristol, BS1 4DA

221 – 223 Cheltenham Road, Bristol BS6 5QP

11 Bridge St, Bath BA2 4AS

 

We 💚 our vegans here, our Big Vegan Grill Down is one of over thirty plant-based options on our menu. ⁠Whether vegan, veggie or pescatarian – ⁠we put the best of the Caribbean into every dish. Expect big flavours, a dash of heat and fresh ingredients all day, every day!

You don’t need to clucking wait… our brand-new VEGAN MOTHERCLUCKER burger is ready for you to sink your teeth into! This chicken style patty with Jamaican spices beautifully created by Miami Burger is served with vegan mayo, rocket, creamy smashed avocado and pink pickled onion on a soft vegan burger bun. Don’t walk… RUN 🏃🏃‍♀️⁠

Nature’s goodness can brighten up even the dreariest of days and moods. Not to mention, our Island Buddha Bowl is delicious alongside one of our 23 vegan cocktails too.

Zero Degrees

www.zerodegrees.co.uk

53 Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5BA

zero degrees vegan beer

It’s just this simple – By not filtering, pasteurising or using additives, Zerodegrees beer stays healthy and nutritious…and this is exactly what we have done from the beginning.

All of the beer served at Zerodegrees go straight from maturation tank to the tap, meaning there no need to keg. It’s tank fresh beer, without the transportation – it really doesn’t get any fresher than that.

Of course we’ve got our usual range of hand-made, vegan-friendly pints made right here – crisp, refreshing pilsner with its trademark bite and our mellow fruity wheat beer are both great in the heat.

Stable Pizza

www.stablepizza.com

Canon’s Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5UH

16 George Street, Bath BA1 2EN

stable pizza 2

Come try any of our delicious vegan pizzas!

You’ll easily find us right in the heart of the city, on Bristol’s Harbourside. This venue is our biggest achievement to date; for us it’s huge!

Diners following a vegan diet can eat with ease at all fourteen Stable locations across the country. By choosing any of the vegetarian options on the menu, the chefs can make a simple swap for a vegan-friendly cheese to make it completely animal-free. Alternatively, diners are welcome to customise any of The Stable’s signature pizzas on offer to suit their dietary needs.

With handmade pizzas and more than 80 ciders on offer at The Stable, the menu lends itself perfectly to diners with specific dietary requirements. Gluten-free bases are always available, and are made on site to ensure freshness and quality. A delicious VioLife dairy-free cheese has made it possible for The Stable chefs to cater to those avoiding animal-based milk products.

Yak Yeti Yak

www.yakyetiyak.co.uk

12 Pierrepont Street, Bath, BA1 1LA

yak yeti yak

Yak Yeti Yak is unique there is no other restaurant quite like it. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly reflecting the owners’ belief that the restaurant is an extension of their own home and customers are guests. Soft ambient music adds to the atmosphere.

Nepal is home to a rich culinary history, full of variety and delicate flavours, reflecting the cultural diversity of the country, from the Indian influence of the plains to the Himalayan region with its Tibetan influence.

In Nepal vegetarian food is a part of everyday life and this is reflected on the menu. The vegetable dishes and vegan dishes receive equal billing with meat dishes. They also have a creamed coconut rice dessert labelled suitable for vegans at this Bath restaurant.

Under the Stars

www.underthestarsbar.co.uk

Narrow Quay, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 4QA

Welcome on board Under the Stars. With classic cocktails & a relaxed 20’s style, you can’t find a nicer spot in Bristol to enjoy an evening with friends.

1920s prohibition gave birth to bathtub gin, cocktails, finger food and the elusive speakeasy.  Under the Stars has developed a cocktail list that ensures our customers get a taste of the era.  True to our Bristol location, we have guest beers and ciders on draught from local breweries and an extensive choice of carefully selected liquors.

As a gentle nod to our position as a nautical venue, our chefs were keen to develop a menu that draws on the idea of travel and taking the best recipes from the places visited by ships leaving Bristol harbour. A work of careful selection and research provides an extensive tapas menu that draws influence from across the Mediterranean. To accompany drinking, they also created a pizza menu, making everything from the dough to the toppings fresh on board.

V+ = Vegan

 

Biblos

www.biblos.co.uk

62A Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QE

We cater for most dietry requirements. Vegetarian and vegan food is a specialty.

Biblos in Bristol is all about tasty, healthy and freshly prepared food. Our cafés provide a friendly, relaxed atmosphere…in which to enjoy a unique dining-in or takeaway experience.

We offer predominantly yet not exclusively Mediterranean cuisine; in short if we like it, it’s going on the menu, whether it’s a mezze or one of our popular wraps you’re after you’ll be sure to return again and again.

Southville Deli

www.southvilledeli.com

262 North Street, Southville, BS3 1JA

259-261 Church Road, Redfield, BS5 9HT

Southville Deli Zero Waste Store is at 253 North St, Bedminster. Bristol

southville deli logo

There’s nowhere quite like the Southville Deli.

With our delicious range of organic and wholefoods. Not to mention our range of gluten-free, wheat-free, vegetarian and vegan products.

If you have special dietary requirements – gluten-free, wheat-free, coeliac or lactose-intolerant we have a range of products that cater especially for you.

At Southville Deli we only stock organic wines, plus a selection of bottled real ales & ciders some of which are produced as locally as North Street!

Thali Easton

www.thethalirestaurant.co.uk

64-66 St. Marks Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JH

Thali started as a street food truck at Glastonbury Festival after founder Jim Pizer travelled to India and fell in love with the food.

The parallels between Thali’s make-shift beginnings and the atmosphere, attitude and spirit of India offers a unique interpretation of Indian food. Thali showcases the hero dishes of the subcontinent from the back streets of Bombay to the beach shacks of Goa.

India have been promoting the vegan way of life for the last 1,000 years. Whether you’re committed to the vegan way of life, or you’re testing it out for ‘Veganuary’, here at Thali we’ve got you covered.

For us, veganism should never mean a compromise on taste; instead it’s an opportunity to discover a whole new world of ingredients and flavours.

Bristol Sweetmart

www.sweetmart.co.uk

71-75, 76-82, 84 St.Marks Road, Bristol, BS5 6JH

sweetmart

One step into this St Marks rd Easton shop and you know you are somewhere special. Absolutely massive selection of fresh herbs and spices makes this a real haven for those looking to spice up their culinary skills, plus plenty of fresh fruit and veg, including Asian varieties as well as the mainstays. Vast groceries department too, with all sorts of interesting grains, beans, and pulses plus tinned foods too, from all over the globe. Nothing quite like it in the whole of Bristol, worth a visit if you have yet to discover this oasis of exotic foods.
FROM A VEGAN GUIDE TO BRISTOL PUBLISHED BY YAOH

Watershed

www.watershed.co.uk

1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5TX

watershed

Calling all Veganuarians (and vegans alike), we’ve got you covered this month and always!

Don’t forget to check out the specials board in the Café & Bar for any newbies – the red curry with roast aubergine, served with brown rice, coconut yoghurt + fresh coriander is delicious and gluten free, win!

Open every day from early in the morning to late at night, all following a simple policy: stay fresh, local and seasonal. Enjoy our food, get some drinks in with friends or relax with a coffee and use our free wi-fi – the choice is up to you. Many of our menu items are Vegan, Dairy or Gluten free, and of course we’re very happy to make any of the other dishes Vegan, Dairy or Gluten free if we can, just ask a member of staff if you have any questions.

Spice Up Your Life

www.spice-up-your-life.business.site

7 Exchange Ave. St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1LJ

 

Been trading at St Nicholas Market since 1998. Spice Up Your Life has a range of Indian cuisines (inc vegan food). Spice Up Your Life has the most delicious and exquisite currys in Bristol. Spice Up Your Life catered for the Bristol Harbour Festival, Vegan Festival, Balloon Fiesta …

Curry is cooked with fresh ingredients every day.

Spice Up Your Life – Check out Spice Up Your Life website, open Monday to Saturday, 12 to 4 p.m.

Royce Rolls

www.facebook.com/roycerollsbristol

St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1JQ

Cafe in St Nicholas Market, Bristol, serving vegetarian and vegan food with plenty of options for people with special dietary requirements.

Situated in a bustling market place in central Bristol, with cafeteria style seating and eclectic surroundings. With a backdrop of laid back reggae/folk and other upbeat jingles. A great place to hang out with friends and family or to pop in on your lunch hour.

Established in 1979 with only two owners to date, buying our stock from as many local suppliers and small independent businesses as possible. We are committed to providing affordable healthy and fresh food to suit all appetites. We always strive to provide more options for those who require gluten/dairy/sugar free diets. We already have many sweet and savoury options available in this range and are constantly looking to add new products.

Royce Rolls are purveyors of excellent affordable vegetarian and vegan fare, from hot organic soups, jacket potatoes with a range of yummy fillings, to delicious savouries, salads, cakes and flapjacks … and lets not forget the star of the show, the famous Royce roll! Now made using delicious Hobbs House artisan bread, and packed full of veggie goodness! We also sell a huge range of teas from English breakfast to exotic herbal blends including fruit teas, green teas and Chinese and Indian teas including many organic and fair trade options.

Wagamama

www.wagamama.com

We’ve created plant-based versions of some of our most iconic dishes + given some classics a vegan refresh. There’s no second-thought, token veggie options here. Only plant-based heroes + powerhouse proteins.

Small changes. Big difference

Our world is demanding action, but where do we begin? we believe small choices create big change + collectively we will make a difference. Eating less meat + dairy has been dubbed the most essential + own-able action you can take, to reduce carbon emissions. So, we’ve launched our most ambitious vegan menu yet, to tempt even the biggest meat lovers to choose vegan. Plus, we’re committing to making 50% of our menu meat-free by the end of 2021. It’s not radical. it’s necessary

63 Queens road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1QL

Glass House, Cabot Circus, Bristol BS1 3BX

The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS34 5DG

1 York buildings, George street, Bath BA1 2EB

Yo Sushi

www.yosushi.com

Cabot Circus. Glass Walk, Bristol BS1 3BQ

The Avenue, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS34 5DG

Unit 1-3 Brunel Square, Bath BA1 1SX

Bet you thought we only served raw fish? Not at YO! Sushi. We serve over 80 Japanese inspired dishes on our menu including hot classics, sashimi, tempura, salads, hand rolls and desserts. So whether you love meat, fish or vegetables, don’t panic, you’re catered for.

Based on the concept of a ‘Kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi bar, you can choose from over 80 Japanese inspired items such as delicious soups, rice or noodle-based dishes, salads, tempura and hot classics Offering great value for money (dishes range from £1.90 to £6.00) combined with a fun and colourful atmosphere, you can enjoy a slice of TokYO!

See vegan dishes HERE.

 

Hotel Chocolat

www.hotelchocolat.com

15 Brigstowe Street, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BH

Unit 143, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS34 5DG

Unit SU31, Southgate, Bath, BA1 1AQ

hotel-chocolat

All the power of cocoa, no added milk. These award-winning chocolates are perfect for vegans and people with dairy-restricted diets, whether you’re looking for a treat for yourself or a gift for someone you love. Our More Cocoa, Less Sugar mantra means it takes less than low-cocoa options to keep you satisfied, too.

We believe our dark chocolate is suitable for vegans, however as it is made in the same environment as our milk chocolate we cannot guarantee it is free from milk traces.

www.hotelchocolat.com/uk/shop/collections/dietary/vegan-chocolate

The Bristolian Cafe

www.thebristolian.co.uk

2 Picton Street, Montpelier, Bristol BS6 5QA

bristolian bristol vegan breakfast

The Bristolian Cafe re-opened for business in December 2012. Imaginative vegetarian and vegan breakfasts are also available. The Vegan Bristolian-Veggie sausages, sesame infused spinach, scrambled tofu, mushrooms, toast, beans ,tomatoes & crispy fried potatoes. £7.50. Coffee is made using locally roasted beans and our staff are all barista trained.

Amazing salads and homemade cakes are produced daily. For lunchtime and evenings we serve bistro style food; fresh homemade fare ranging from tapas and burgers to Casseroles and Salads.Fully Licensed, we serve a carefully selected range of wines, local ciders and beer.

Corks

www.corksof.com

54 Cotham Hill, Cotham, Bristol , England, BS6 6JX

79 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1ES

Corks of Cotham
An independent wine and spirits merchant located on Cotham Hill, Corks of Cotham have a vast amount of shelf space devoted to beer. They also have a well stocked fridge featuring cans and bottles that are perfectly chilled. You’ll find all the local vegan beers from Moor, Arbor, etc, but also those from around the UK and further afield. From cans of Beavertown and Camden Town to bottles from Belgium and the US. Look out for those from Odell, Sierra Nevada, Brooklyn and Flying Dog.

Corks of North St
The sister shop to Corks of Cotham is based in North Street, Bedminster. Expect to find a similar great lineup of vegan friendly beers. Their stock is just as exciting and varied including local breweries New Bristol, Wild Beer, Arbor and Crane. You’ll also find interesting vegan friendly bottles from Derbyshire’s Buxton Brewery, plus Anchor and Sierra Nevada from the US.

 

Plantation (closed)

www.plantationrestaurant.biz

223 Cheltenham road, Bristol, BS6 5QP

It is with a heavy heart that Plantation announces its CLOSURE and will no longer be trading as from the 14th of February 2016.

The Plantation family wishes to thank you for bringing a wonderful energy and vibe to our ‘home’ and for helping to make the place somewhere special, unique and where people love to come. You have been valued and appreciated by all of us and knowing what Plantation means to you has not been underestimated.

Thank you for your valued support and love…

Nuff love and Nuff respect

Beverly Forbes and all the Plantation Family

Bristol’s premier Caribbean restaurant opened back in December 2003 by the lovely Bev, who lives in Montpelier. Quality food in relaxed and chilled surroundings, featuring reggae and African beats alongside radiant colours for deco. The menu is really brilliant, with mouth watering vegetarian and vegan options such as jerk tofu, curried chana, vegetable rundown and jonny cakes (fried dumplings) on the menu.

From A VEGAN GUIDE TO BRISTOL PUBLISHED BY YAOH

La Grotta

www.lagrottabristol.co.uk

9 Union Street, Broadmead, Bristol, BS1 2DD

la grotta vegan ice cream

We are pleased to stock this delicious vegan ice-cream alternative, made from rice milk, it is gluten free, egg free and additive free! We currently have 2 flavours: Chocolate & Orange blossom. Strawberry & Yuzu. Creamy indulgent and delicious!

La Grotta is the only independent Italian restaurant in the heart of Bristol’s busy shopping area. Family run for 32 years & counting. The location and cosy intimate decor make it an ideal stop for lunch or evening dinner.

For those with delicate pallets we offer a wide variety of options. Ranging from gluten free and dairy free to vegan products. Food intolerances are welcome. We love food and feel that it is important for everyone to enjoy eating out.