Eatchu

www.eatchu.co.uk

The Old Mess Room, Exchange Avenue (side of St Nicks Market), Bristol BS1 1JQ

 

You have to try our Triple Mushroom Gyozas With Mustard Dressing, Nori & Pickled Radish 🍄 #vegans & #veges, this is a treat for you!

eatchu launched in april 2016 at bristol’s harbourside market. gyoza turned out to be a big hit with bristol’s lunchtime crowd and eatchu was soon a regular at the three weekly harbourside markets as well as trading every thursday evening at brewdog on baldwin street. eatchu became a regular sight at small festivals and popups around bristol throughout the summer, and then in september 2016 they secured and launched their permanent stall at the old mess room in st nicks market. originally trading under umbrellas on exchange avenue, you can now find them cooking inside the old mess room itself.

Gyoza (pronounced ghee-yoza, say it fast) are Japanese dumplings made from wheat wrappers and tasty fillings, and dipped in a soy based dipping sauce. Once you have chosen your filling you can choose from our range of homemade sauces and toppings. If you’re extra hungry why not add a portion of dressed sushi rice & pickles! You can try our tasty gyoza every lunchtime from Monday to Saturday.

v = vegan  vo = vegan option

Freedom to eat

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Freedom to eat is an allergy free pop-up cafe based at Hamilton House, Bristol, on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January 2017.

This means we exclude the 14 allergens recognized by the Food Standards Agency. These are: cereals containing gluten, milk, eggs, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, sesame, lupin, fish, molluscs, crustaceans, celery, mustard and sulphites.

Whilst Freedom to eat concentrate on providing allergen free food, it is still great for people without food requirements. Try it, we dare you to notice what’s missing. Eat out with your family and friends whatever their allergy, intolerance or preference, mix and match is our specialty. Our food also naturally suits vegan and vegetarian diners. The majority of the meals exclude all animal products anyway and those that don’t can be easily adapted to suit your requirements.

So why not join us in the evening of Friday 27th January for an Around the World Taster Menu or on Saturday 28th January for Brunch or Afternoon Tea. Visit our website for more info and to buy tickets at www.freedomtoeat.co.uk .