Thali Cafe

www.thethalirestaurant.co.uk

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

12 York Road, Montpelier, Bristol BS6 5QE

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

India have been promoting the vegan way of life for the last 1,000 years and whilst it’s not widespread across the UK, it’s certainly featuring more and more in our diets. Do not fear though – 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.

Let me give you the lowdown on our ‘Vegan Variety’:

  • Pea Kachoris with Pickled Onions – garden peas spiced with cinnamon, black pepper and ginger, wrapped in atta pastry.
  • Aloo Bondas – spiced mashed potato balls in chickpea batter.
  • NEW Baingan Paturi – baked aubergine, wrapped in a banana leaf, served with Keralan samba, crunchy salad and tomato & tamarind chutney.
  • Pumpkin and Coconut Olan – sweet roasted pumpkin in a coconut, black-eyed bean and curry leaf sauce.
  • Masala Fried Potatoes – fried spiced potatoes coated in chickpea batter, served with tomato and tamarind chutney.
  • Chocolate and Coconut tort– super rich, delicious chocolate and coconut tort, adorned with coconut shavings.

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.

Olive Shed

www.theoliveshed.com

The Olive Shed, Floating Harbour, Princes Wharf, Bristol BS1 4RN

olive-shed

A big favourite amongst many for the Med style informal approach to excellent food. Prime situation overlooking the harbourside just up the road from the Industrial Museum. Absolutely the best selection of olives in Bristol. Selection of salads and tapas, the salads particularly good. As is often the case in bristol, the people that run it are top notch and service is always efficient but casual, true bristol style. Friendliness comes as part of the deal. Highly reco’d to one and all.

A VEGAN GUIDE TO BRISTOL PUBLISHED BY YAOH

Mission Burrito

www.missionburrito.co.uk

62 Park St, Bristol BS1 5JN

4 New St, Bath BA1 2AF

Our goal is to create the kind of burrito stores we’d like to visit if we weren’t so busy running them. We’re committed to making ridiculously good burritos with fresh ingredients, from scratch every day

Our local grocers bring us deliveries 6 days a week to ensure that everything from our fajita veggies to the habaneros in our extra hot salsa is as fresh as possible.

Al Bab Mansour

Glass Arcade, St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1LJ

Bang next door to Big Banana juice bar in the middle of St Nicks market, this cafe provides genuine vegan Moroccan dishes. Casserole of lentils with tomato and coriander sauce, couscous with mixed veg, moorish chickpeas, baysara, take your pick from a number of variables. Al Medina as it was previously called, is rapidly ensuring that Morocco is getting a deserved reputation for its stunning vegan food.
From A VEGAN GUIDE TO BRISTOL PRODUCED BY YAOH

Wagamama

www.wagamama.com

 

Spreading positivity from bowl to soul has been our purpose from the beginning. We know the power food has to lift our mood and fuel our passions. In our eyes, food sits at the centre of life. That’s why we take your lifestyle choices seriously and aim to cater to each and every one of you.

So we’ve introduced a new vegan menu that serves up the same authentic Wagamama experience, that’s been enjoyed by all of you for the past 25 years. In true wagamama fashion, our vegan dishes will be cooked to order, using only the freshest ingredients. This time, we’re giving the humble veggie it’s well deserved dues. we think our new menu might even inspire a few non-vegans to menu hop from time to time!

While some of our main menu dishes were already vegan, we’ve expanded our vegan and vegetarian horizons + re-worked a few Wagamama classics too. Some were simple, like removing egg or swapping to noodles. As we explored possibilities we became inspired. Creating dishes specifically with the vegan palette in mind

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

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.