NOW OPEN Unit 2, Cargo 2, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WE
Every week we’ll be picking a new Bristol postcode to deliver to on a Friday. We are only a tiny team and we feel this is the best way for us to give the best service. Keep an eye on our social media for details. Orders will have to be submitted by the previous Wednesday at 6pm. On the Thursday you will be be notified of an approximate delivery time. Please order HERE.
We took the plunge two years ago and our little shack Wapping Wharf Bristol is now 100% plant based as is our entire deliveroo offering! So eat in or takeaway we have all the good stuff.
We make vibrant vegetarian and vegan Indian street food with a modern twist. We serve curries and Indian snacks, along with spiced chocolate brownies, cold drinks and depending on the event we can also offer hot drinks. Some of our best selling dishes are our sweet potato, red pepper & coconut curry and our spinach & onion pakoras.
Our 12 seater micro-diner is available to hire for parties, birthdays, meet-ups or just about any excuse for a get together. Send us a message if you’re planning a special event.
27 Frogmore Street, Bristol BS1 5NA
We’re back! Serving deliciousness to your doorstep with our first wave of Soy Ahoy Isolation Boxes. These include a mix of our home-made imitation meats and ready to eat sides and salads (including new recipe mac and cheese!).
We will be delivering on Fridays and Saturdays only, and taking orders throughout the week until we hit a comfortable number. Please contact us through Facebook or Instagram if interested, and we can discuss no-contact delivery, payment options and available delivery slots.
Free delivery on orders within reasonable distance from our new location (BS3)!
And as always, thank you for supporting local businesses during this unpredictable time!
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.
2020 bookings now open! We will be serving some banging vegan tapas Thursday to Saturday evenings. This will book up fast so get on no12easton.com/dinner to book your table!
Casa Verde is a new tapas venture brought to you by Dave Hazell, former head chef of Paco Tapas. Casa Verde brings exquisite, traditional Spanish small plates to life while showcasing nature’s earth grown bounty.
We are very excited to be hosting David Hazell, former head chef of Michelin starred Paco Tapas, as he begins his incredible new venture Casa Verde. Beautifully showcasing the potential of veg, he is going to convince even the most die hard meat eaters that tapas can be just as spectacular without any animal products. We will be showcasing a selection of wines and sherries to complement the menu. No12 Easton
Unit 1 East Building 4 East Invicta Building, Bristol BS1 5SY
We know not everyone can leave their house to get fresh fruit and veg for their families. That’s why we’re pairing with The French Garden Bristol to create veg boxes that can be safely collected by those who can, and delivered to those who can’t. See HERE.
Our ambition is to reignite everyone with a real passion for vegetables. We aim to provide nutritious food with a no waste philosophy: Our chefs creative problem solving skills will be constantly put to the test! ‘We eat with our eyes’ so our food will always be beautifully presented. The Vegetable Diva is packaging & plastic free to protect the environment. We love vegetarian food and we look forward to sharing our passion with you. We offer a bespoke vegetarian and vegan catering service for events, corporate meetings, private parties and weddings. All our food stems from a zero-waste philosophy, is designed around the seasons and is sourced from our bio-dynamic no-dig fields in Somerset.