Nicole Janelle / Vegan Baker

My vegan baking Facebook page is up and running, and is now connected to my instagram! Please like my page, linked in my bio! Shoot me a message on there/or an email directly for any inquiries!!

Order a yummy, cruelty free dessert for someone you love, or even for yourself! Message me for quotes on party cakes, cupcakes, and other delicious treats!




Fox’s Kitchen (vegan)

Bespoke dream cakes you won’t believe are vegan! 100% vegan ​100% delicious

I love painting and I love baking. And I figured making and decorating cakes is the perfect way of combining the two, plus I get to lick the icing off a spatula (once I’ve made the cake!) and eat the cake cut offs!

I can provide delicious handmade cakes and cupcakes made to order for a variety of occasions, including birthdays and weddings or just because you feel like some lovely cake

I love trying new flavour combinations so if you have something different in mind, please get in touch and I will do my best to make your dreams materialise ​in a cake form!

Booja Booja Ice Cream Tuk Tuk

“The Soft (Scoop) Launch”

The Booja-Booja Events tuk tuk, painted in an edible shade of pink, is now available for weddings, events, festivals, fetes and general shindigs, serving up Booja-Booja’s award-winning exquisite organic ice cream, which is dairy and gluten free. The Booja-Booja Events tuk tuk will for now only operate within the City of Bristol cos she is small, shy and rather slow.

The tuk tuk’s first official appearance will be a number of days at the Harbourside Market in Bristol City Centre. Shortly followed by Bristol Vegfest on 20th May.

Owner and operator River Mace, daughter of the founder of Booja-Booja, has been busy developing and creating this beautiful little Booja-Booja moment throughout the winter months and is now ready to bring a smile and a Booja giggle (and some amazing ice cream) to the good folk of Bristol this summer.

River Mace said: “Booja-Booja launched an amazingly delicious new range of dairy free ice creams in the autumn with flavours like Caramel Pecan Praline and this will be their first summer outing . Usually only available from retail outlets such as independent stores and at Waitrose, I’m over the moon to be bringing a taste of Booja-Booja ice cream to the streets of Bristol.”

To keep up with the latest news and happenings of the Booja-Booja tuk tuk, stay tuned to Instagram and twitter @BoojaEvents

VeGain Meals

VeGain Meals is a plant-based meal prepping service dedicated to help you make your gains. VeGain Meals is a startup founded by Heena and Kirsty who love fitness and delicious convenient meals whilst reducing ethical and environmental impact. We want to help you make your gains and introduce you to the world of veganism with zero sacrifices. Are you fitness conscious, new to veganism or just want easy delicious meals every week?

We are launching VeGain Meals and we want you lovely people to get involved! We will cook and deliver 5 meals to your door, with the macros, ingredients and calories for each meal detailed to help you make your gains! Our 1 week trial will cost £20 and any profit made will be given to a local food-based charity! So there’s no excuse to not participate! We want to help you reach your fitness and health goals whilst we achieve ours. Just drop your email and name and we’ll keep you up to date! Thanks!

**Please note: For the purposes of this trial run we can only deliver to BS1, BS6, Clifton and Stoke Bishop.**

Planted Foods (vegan)

planted august

100% vegan!

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.


Unit 10, Cargo 1, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WP


Thurs 28th Sept 7 course vegan tasting menu £35/person Sittings at 6pm or 8.30pm Book: . Vegan tasting menu on Thurs 28th Sept is sold out. If there’s enough demand, we’ll do Thurs 14th Sept too. Would you come?

There are easier ways to make a living than being a chef, but there’s no point telling that to a chef. If you can come out smiling after 13 or so hours in front of a stove, day in, day out, then you obviously love your craft. Elliott’s one of them. He’s spent the majority of his life in a kitchen, which is an odd thought as most people spend the majority of their lives in bed. He’s worked his way up through the ranks, becoming head chef of the Michelin-starred L’ortolan, before spending four years at the Empress in East London, earning himself two AA rosettes, a Michelin Bib Gourmand and a 32nd spot in the top 50 gastro pubs in the country 2016. Neither of us could grow a decent enough beard to become Hackney natives though. And the West Country was calling us home. So here we are. In a pair of shipping containers.

Hi, Attached is a picture (not great, I’m afraid) of the menu we did for the vegan couple on Saturday evening. They had given us some notice so we did them a separate menu. We have done a whole tasting menu for a vegan too which was a nice challenge. And we can always accommodate vegans with no notice – there just won’t be as much choice. Best, Tessa