Old Market Assembly

www.oldmarketassembly.co.uk

25 West Street, Old Market, Bristol BS2 0DF

old market assembly

We’re a restaurant serving nutritious, locally sourced affordable food. We’re the new home of the Wardrobe Theatre. We’re a bakery serving freshly baked bread and cakes to eat in or take away. We’re a stage hosting local and touring bands (always free to see). We’re a bar serving local beers, ales and spirits. We’re a cafe offering the finest coffees, teas, herbals and chai’s.

At The Old Market Assembly the menu is designed with people and planet in mind. We are quietly encouraging people to eat responsibly whilst not being fundamentalist or denying deliciousness. With two thirds of the main dishes vegan and vegetarian we consider meat to be a treat and welcome all flexitarians, pescatarians and die-hard meat eaters to unite alongside despisers of nuts and the fighters for gluten freedom.

If you have a penchant for coffee we have just got our hands on what is apparently the best coffee machine in the world—the world! You’ll find our caffeine captain, Charlie, behind the bar and ready to rustle up the frothiest cappuccinos and the creamiest lattes whether you choose cow, soya or almond milk.

We are a flexitarian restaurant and will always include vegan and vegetarian dishes. We’re 100% independent. We’re whatever you want us to be – an office, a cafe, a meeting room, a den, an escape or just a place to let loose.

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2 thoughts on “Old Market Assembly

  1. The old market assembly do incredible vegan food and cakes! Really impressed on Saturday by their flavours and combinations… Really different and great atmosphere with a wood burner going too

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