6-8 St Nicholas Street, Bristol BS1 1UQ
Roots Lounge is an independent, vegan café-bar and community meeting place situated in the heart of Bristol, around the corner from St Nicholas Market.
We are a small family business and our intention is to serve good food and drink, treat our staff well and donate some of our profits to Bristol community projects.
We’re ready when you are with our all day breakfasts (10am-5pm), lunches (12pm-5pm), and NEW INDIAN evening menu after 5pm!
25 St Stephens Street, Bristol BS1 1JX
1847 closed on the 21st July
1847 is a national collection of restaurants that specialise in plant based, vegetarian cuisine. Established in 2011 by Damien Davenport, 1847 has grown and developed a strong following who’s taken to this modern approach to dining.
Named after the year the vegetarian society formed, 1847 serves modern dishes across four menus; á la carte, taster, Sunday lunch and express lunch. Alongside our food, we serve cocktails, wines, beers and spirits.
Located in the heart of the city, 1847 Bristol is positioned along St Stephens Street and just minutes from the main hotels, theatres, shopping district and harbour side. Clifton is also just a 5-10 minute taxi ride away. Head Chef Jilisa Barnaby and her team serve a range of menus over lunch and dinner Wednesday to Sunday.
151 St Michael’s Hill, High Kingsdown, Bristol BS2 8DB
Due to personal, ethical and environment reasons Tiffins is fully vegetarian.
Whilst Jay is running Tiffins alone please call 0117 9734834 to check on opening times should you need to ensure we will be open at any particular time, however we will endeavour to keep this page up to date with any such closures.
Wednesday to Saturday – Midday to 2.30pm & 5 to 9 pm
All dishes are cooked fresh daily by Jay and displayed in front of you for you to choose. Because we buy the best and freshest local ingredients every day, this means that our choice of products changes regularly.
The style and type of cooking is regional Gujarati food. Gujarat is the western state of India. Gujarati cuisine uses much less oil (all dishes are cooked in pure sunflower oil only) and more nutritional and health-promoting spices than some other Indian food. Ghee (Indian butter), artificial flavourings and colourings are strictly banned!
An ever-changing vegetarian menu features between five and seven vegetarian/vegan dishes, and including milder options. All our curries are gluten free.
We hope that you enjoy your taste of Gujarat here in Bristol!
Studio A, 25 – 27, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3PY
Very sad to announce its our last week of being open, ever!
Lap up all the noodles, Akkras, Sushi and Kale slaw you can before we’re gone!
Thank you to all of our loyal customers who kept us going, we couldn’t have done it without you.
Vegetarian Cafe/Restaurant situated in the vibrant area of Stokes Croft, Bristol.
At kale & Kettle we set our standards as high as our ethics. We treat our locally sourced ingredients with great love and respect. We like to show how easy and delicious it is to eat a plant based diet. We aim to maintain a positive and relaxed atmosphere for our customers.
A vibrant mix of deliciously different cuisines. From Japanese to Jamaican, from Indian to Classic English, from Mexican to Italian, with the concept of vegetarianism and veganism holding the pieces together.
All ethical, all seasonal, all tasty, all good!
7 Hope Chapel Hill, Hotwells, Bristol BS8 4ND
WE ARE VERY SAD TO ANNOUNCE
It is with a very heavy heart that I have to announce the imminent closure of the Adam and Eve. We have had some real issues over the last couple of months trying to keep the building and the equipment operating, which has cost us large unforeseen chunks of money. While we are hugely passionate about what we are doing in the Eve, there is only so long we can sustain spending such large amounts of cash on a building that is not ours and fixing equipment that is causing us to lose money on a week by week basis.
The support we have had in the Eve over the last 3 months has been nothing short of spectacular. We can’t thank everyone who has came down and used the place enough. The events have sold out, and the feedback we’ve had to the food has been amazing. We hope that this is not the end to what we are trying to achieve, just an interlude until we find a new premises. In the meantime, our head chef Lisa will be heading to Small Bar to take on a role there. So expect the vegan offering there to increase!
Our last day trading will be Sunday 3rd April.
Thanks again for all your support folks.
61 Gloucester Road, Bristol BS7 8AD
Dear lovely customers
It is with HUGE sadness that we have to announce that The Black Sheep Cafe will be closing its doors for the last time on Saturday the 4th of June (this coming Saturday).
This has been a very difficult decision but due to our financial situation, it has become impossible to continue.
We have done our very best to provide Gloucester Road with a vegan/vegetarian venue and have supported our fellow Gloucester Road traders when buying ingredients wherever possible. Unfortunately, our costs are simply too high and we cannot afford to continue without making sacrifices in quality or ignoring our principles of not advocating animal cruelty.
There are not enough words to say thank you…for all your support!!
It has been incredibly nice meting all of you lovely people and we can definitely say that we have made some great friends along the way.
It is not the end! We hope to do a few festivals this summer and lots more next year. We have a couple of weddings and catering events lined up and are on the lookout for more opportunities should any of you like us to help with your events.
For our last week, we have decided to go 100% vegan, to show our respect for Bristol’s vegan community, especially for those of you that come week in and week out to support us.
We would like to invite you all to a good by for now event at 17:30 on Saturday the 4th of June for a little send off.
Lots of love,
Mayte and Andy,
The Black Sheep
Hello Food Fighters! We will be holding our Last Hurrah at Drink Moor Beer on SATURDAY 22 AUGUST as part of the Bristol Eats yard party!
We’ve had such a brilliant time being The Mighty Food Fight on our food truck René, but the time has come for us to look for new things, and TMFF won’t be continuing in it’s present format after that day.
We want to say MASSIVE THANK YOU to all our lovely loyal customers and everyone who has supported us, particularly when René was poorly. You’re the best!
The Mighty Food Fight is Hannah, Isabel and René, a 1978 Citroen HY van. We met in BRISTOL through of a shared love of punk rock and vegan FOOD, we cooked a lot together and then fell in love with René. The food we make is from PLANTS, ones that are good for you and taste amazing. Eating them helps you feel MIGHTY. We love our BALLS because they are fried but packed full of healthy, flavoursome things. Our DONUTS are an icing-drenched treat to get your teeth into. We are fighting to feed YOU in the best way possible: vegan ingredients, awesome tastes, a little bit deli and lots of smiles.
Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter to check out our opening hours and menu choices and come see us soon! Don’t forget if you have a special occasion or event you’d like us to cater, or you’re in need of a vegan celebration cake you can also get in touch.
See 50 of the best TMFF Bristol donuts HERE.