Naasto Baasto (vegan)

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My name is Monica and I am the founder of Naasto Baasto, a pop up kitchen based in Bristol, UK.

Serving at Hope and Anchor, Bristol Monday-Saturday.

Our menu is fully vegan, leaning more to street food as we welcome the warmer, sunnier weather. There will be some surprises which we are still developing so please bear with us. Full menu will be available to peruse on our pages/website.

If you want to get your paws on this at The Hope & Anchor Bristol book through HERE .

Rebel Sheep Cakery (vegan)

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Vegan cake business – Launching April 2021 -Based in Bristol

After much waiting, lots of hard work, and a branding makeover, I am so ecstatic to share with you that I am ready!!! Officially open for business in days but my books are open for pre-orders right now! Send me a message to chat. A Tuesday may seem like a strange day to launch but the 6th of April is the beginning of the new tax year.

I will be offering a selection of cakes and treats, both from a menu and bespoke to order.

Menu, price list, photos, and rebelsheepcakery.com website coming soon.

ACAYU – VEGAN CHEEZE

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Nut based cheezes using traditional fermenting techniques

We are proud to launch our new artisanal vegan cheeze company here in Bristol.

As a start we will be focusing on a Camembert style cheeze made using organic and fair trade ingredients, bringing the experience of a conventional Camembert but in a soft and delicious cashew nut version.

Houria (vegan)

www.houria.co.uk

WE’VE GONE VEGAN.

We at Houria have made the decision to join our Afro Vegan sisters and brothers and create a menu that is entirely vegan. We realised that being anti-slavery and anti-racist activists means that we must acknowledge and speak to the climate crisis and industrial farming, knowing how closely linked these issues are. We honour the intersections of the climate crisis with oppressive systems such as white supremacy and migrant injustices.

Houria was founded in 2020 by three people of colour living in Bristol, Kim Prado, Leila Gamaz and Mani Chauhan. They shared a pain and a passion for refugee women’s rights, and so they pooled their resources to create a food-centric enterprise that would tackle social isolation, discrimination and financial insecurity. Houria is a black-owned business that provides skills sharing, safe employment and sisterhood for refugee and asylum seeking women and female survivors of modern slavery in Bristol.

Who can’t wait for vegan Friday Feasts?

The Canteen (veg)

www.canteenbristol.co.uk

The Canteen, Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QY

Now in a period of re-growth, into a new era as an exciting, creative vegan & vegetarian restaurant.

We are delighted to be able to present to you, our all sunny, all dancing, refurbed Canteen terrace! From 14th April you can get together with your much missed mates and enjoy a pint or two, on our very own secluded sun-trap. We’ve got a brand new all vegetarian slo (seasonal, local, organic) fast food menu launching, with ingredients sourced from within 50 miles of us and all freshly prepared in our kitchen. Not to mention the much loved locally brewed booze we are proud to serve.

The Canteen is an award-winning restaurant, vibrant bar and live performance venue all in one.

Gold Star Chinese takeaway

www. gold-star-chinese-takeaway.business.site

185 Avonvale Rd, Redfield, Bristol BS5 9RY

New Menu Now Available online and in store. Check out our ‘Vegan Chow’ section filled with lots of yummy vegan dishes!

Gold Star Chinese takeaway is a family-run business that has been serving the local area since 1997. The recipes for our dishes have been passed down through the generations and are freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients.

New Cut Coffee

www.newcutcoffee.com

The Art Warehouse, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 4RN

Specialist Coffee on Bristol’s Historic Floating Harbour

Our approach is pretty simple; we serve outstanding coffee in an approachable way. From bean to cup each step has been carefully curated to showcase our unique coffees, so you can savour every last drop. Our menu has been created to be mostly plant-based, with locally sourced ingredients.

We are proud to serve a small yet beautifully formed food menu, and a delightful range of locally baked cakes, cookies and brownies. We also offer a seasonal Hot Chocolate, from one of Bristols newest chocolatiers, Cocoa Witch. Our soft drink selection is also locally sourced from Bristol-based producer, Lovely Drinks. We always strive to have options for special dietary requirements (vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free etc).

Milk – We also offer a selection of plant-based alternatives for no extra charge.

The Chilli Hatch (vegan)

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The Chilli Hatch will hopefully be coming to various Bristol street food markets this spring – most likely on a fortnightly/ monthly basis. We’ll be serving delicious VEGAN comfort food – different variations of the much loved classic Chilli Con Carne.

One of the first dishes my dad taught me to make when I was younger was chilli con carne and since then it has always been one of my favourite dishes. I’ve added my own twist to his recipe, using extra spices and ingredients, adding depth to the dish. Since I stopped eating meat a few years ago I had to switch it up into a sin carne, which is just as hearty as it was when it was meat-based – using pulses & a meat free alternative. Friends of mine who are meat eaters, can’t believe everything is vegan. The menu will purely be chilli con carne, in a few variations…

In the meantime I’ll be perfecting my recipes & getting everything together to hopefully open up shop in May. Watch this space.

Rock Salt

www.rocksaltbristol.co.uk

34 Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6LA

Whether you’re a long-term vegan or trying Veganuary for the first time, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. With Chinese options such as Stir Fried Chinese Greens, Szechuan Beans and Pak Choi, or our Bombay Aloo, Chana Masala and Lahsooni Dal if you’re in the mood for Indian flavours, vegan has never tasted so good.

Harris and Kedar have almost 40 years of experience between them; their careers as chefs have taken them across several continents from their upbringings in India and Nepal to Bristol where they have lived for over ten years. Rock Salt is our dream project where we create our own menus and use local, respected suppliers. We can’t think of a better place to start the restaurant than Cotham Hill, a place well-known for the quality of its food and drink establishments and foodie locals – we will be in great company on this street. Our unique selling point is that we serve authentic Indian and Chinese food under the same roof.

 

Achari Indian Kitchen

www.achariindiankitchen.com

44 Cotham Hill, Cotham, Bristol BS6 6LA

Chai Pani is now Re-Branded to Achari Indian Kitchen. Most Flavoursome, Fresh, Authentic Indian Dining and Street food in Bristol. Gluten-free, Vegan & Vegetarian curries. Get close to the real India.

Order food online in Cotham! It’s so easy to use, fast and convenient. Try our new, online website which contains our entire takeaway menu. The Achari Indian Kitchen is located in Cotham. You can now order online, all your favourite dishes and many more delicious options. Here at Achari Indian Kitchen, we are constantly striving to improve our service and quality in order to give our customers the very best experience. As a result, we are finally proud to unveil and introduce our latest improvement, our new online ordering website! You can now relax at home and order your favourite, freshly prepared meals from Achari Indian Kitchen, online. You can even pay online!