405 Gloucester Road, Bristol BS7 8TS
The Kandyan was founded by the owners of Rangala Guest house in upcountry Sri Lanka. Head Chef Sam and joint owner of Rangala has an eclectic background yet remains in part grounded in tradition.
The Sri Lankan spices grown in his market garden surrounding Rangala House provide an important link between the two projects. Chef Sam is not only using home grown spices, but is also using home-roasted curry powder, his own grown tea, and traditional Sri Lankan techniques. Having lived in Bristol for 9 years, Sam truly is the Bristol Kandyan and in that vein is now growing local herbs in the restaurant’s back-garden and is innovating in his methods to fuse both his heritage and his experiences in England and beyond.
You’ll find service with a smile, an inclusive menu that is predominantly gluten free with plenty of vegan options. The cooking is versatile and you can ask for the curry to be as hot as you like it.
27 Frogmore Street, Bristol BS1 5NA
A small team. A big dream. Bringing a fusion of traditional pub-grub and modern wave of Vegan comfort food to the streets and venues of Bristol. SOY AHOY aim to win over hearts and minds with their mouth watering burgers, hard-working crew, and cruelty-free ethos. In a city already rich with Vegan options, SOY AHOY are throwing their hat into the mix, hoping to carve out their own niche by working with one of Bristol’s oldest, and most popular, pubs – the Hatchet Inn.
38 College Green, Bristol BS1 5SP
We are extremely happy to announce that as of today (27/05/2019) we will be rolling out our NEW Vegan menu.
Catch 22 is a Fish and Chip restaurant with quirky decor and an inviting atmosphere. Situated in the heart of Bristol opposite the lively and vibrant College Green. Catch 22’s welcoming atmosphere is where you should point your compass!
23- 25 Baldwin Street, Bristol BS1 1NA
Our NEW Vegan Menu comes out on the 17th June! 100% vegan waffles, crepes, cookie doughs, sorbets & more!
The Creams story is one of passion, commitment… and big flamboyant desserts. It took many years of research and tasting gelato, waffles and crepes (tough job but someone’s got to do it) to perfect the concept. But we persevered and, when we opened the first Creams in 2008 and soon had queues stretching out of the door, we knew we’d got something right.