I’m just a one man operation trying to make it in the street food world. Perpetuating stereotypes I hail from Dublin originally. Casually trading on St Nicks market on Tuesdays and sometimes Fridays, 11-2.30pm. I think there’s a gap in the market for someone doing a baked potato with a bit of love. Most places they’re either undercooked or cooked and then reheated in the microwave before service.
I lightly oil and salt my spuds and cook them in a Faux victorian potato oven to get them crispy. My smokey baked beans are vegan and have ingredients such as smoked paprika and liquid smoke to give them that distinct flavour. My vegan chilli has pretty much all the ingredients under the sun to give it that depth of flavour but the stand out ones are dark chocolate, lime juice, coffee granules, liquid smoke and treacle along with pinto, cannellini and kidneys beans with smoked paprika, cumin, coriander and chilli powder and a fair few more. You also have the option of adding my homemade guacamole to the chilli which has gone down well.
As you may have noticed, Planted had a name change! We will henceforth be known as ‘Kabala Kitchen’! The food will stay the same, and so will we, but we are no longer ‘Planted’. Thanks for all of your support so far, and we look forward to continuing to serve you vegan comfort food dishes under our new brand new trading name!
Brand-new street food business serving fresh and healthy twists on comfort food classics. Alice and Richard are embarking upon a venture to create vegan street food, with an empasis on seasonal and healthy versions of comfort food classics.
Bristol-based street food business. Pop-up supper clubs, festival catering & events.
We are doing a mini-pop-up this Friday (8th Dec)! Adam and I will be taking over Ickle with our japanese soul food! Our vegan selection will be Japanese curry, kare-pan and a selection of pickles.
TSUKEMONO is Adam and Iris. We met on a beach in Cambodia and instantly started talking about Japan; comparing notes on favourite films, artists and, of course, food. Determined to recreate the tastes we both found in Japan, we taught ourselves to cook all the dishes we couldn’t find back home. Five years later, with a notebook full of recipes, we’ve settled in Bristol. Tsukemono means “pickled things”. Pickles are a staple of Japanese cuisine that round out the flavour profile of any dish. All our food is served with a choice of pickles. Our logo is based on the shape of a pickled lotus root or renkon.
We aim to show you the world of Japanese street food beyond sushi and ramen – classic Japanese dishes with a modern sensibility. Our menu caters to both the lunchtime crowd rushing back to the office and the night-time wanderers looking for a tasty treat after a pint or two. Depending on the setting, we also mix and match. Always indulgent, never unhealthy. Our menu is flexible and adaptable, with seasonal fillings and toppings. Hearty curries in the autumn, light snacks in the summer. Healthy options for lunch and fried indulgences for night-time bites.
A new street food stall selling hot serious sandwich’s around Bristol. With locally sourced sustainable ingredients, and will be supporting local Charity’s. Come and support your local community and buy a bun for someone in need. Spicy BBQ Jackfruit, pickled slaw, roast pistachio and coriander (Vegan, dairy free, gluten free with the corn bread roll).
Fresh & delicious vegan & vegetarian food; lentils are our thing. Waiting for a pitch in Bristol street markets… In the meantime, developing recipes!
“Cucina povera” is a phrase in Italian which literally translates to “peasant cooking” or the poor people’s way of cooking. It means using fresh ingredients you have to hand to make delicious, healthy meals, rather than spending a fortune on expensive foods or fad products. I grew up with my Italian Mum who taught me the beauty of this way of cooking. Inspired by the “cucina povera” way of doing things, we decided to set up our own market stall and offer fresh, delicious, local, and ethical vegetarian food at an affordable price.
We offer a range of flatbread patty sandwiches made from pulses and grains, and seasoned with fresh herbs and spices. Accompanying our unique patties is a range of slaws, fresh salads and delicious dips – all home-made with our love and lots of thought put into them!
The Old Mess Room, Exchange Avenue (side of St Nicks Market), Bristol BS1 1JQ
Here is our updated menu, prices to be finalised before we reopen on 25/1/17. We’re in the middle of a refurbishment, but when we were trading last year the response from Bristol’s vegan and veggie community was incredibly positive which is why we wanted to come up with another vegan dumpling filling (leek & mushroom) and add a few more sides. TBH it’s more by accident than design, but the menu now seems to be predominantly vegan!
Eatchu began in April 2016, run by husband and wife Guy & Vic who are two of the biggest gyoza fans you are ever likely to meet! Guy & Vic are hugely excited to start their new stall as part of St Nicks Market in September 2016. They hope you will come along to say hello and enjoy the delicious gyoza on offer!
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. Eatchu make and sell Pork, Chicken, and Tofu filled gyoza from their stall at St Nicks Market in Bristol. 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.
Pie Baby now at The Golden Lion on Glos Rd. See HERE!
Pie Baby was created by me, Lara and my husband Finn. We make delicious vegan pies to fill your hole! Two things we are passionate about are animal welfare and food. We combine these two passions into seriously satisfying, sumptuous, pastry filled pockets of pure joy with a kiwi twist – potato topped pies!
Ultimately we would love Pie Baby to be available to everyone, everywhere. But we will start a little closer to home. We plan to start selling locally providing pies at community markets, through small businesses and fesitvals across Bristol, then quickly venture further afield to other locations . With your support we want to create a fantastic Pie Baby stall, be ready to hit the street food markets and make a big splash on the vegan food scene. Ultimately we would love to have our own Pie Baby Diner to call home.
We are a wife and husband team with over 20 years of shared life experiences so far, Pie Baby is our next big adventure together. One of our long term goals with Pie Baby is to eventually provide learning opportunities for young people in the comminuty through work experience, mentoring and training.