Sustainable Pop-Up Kitchen
Soo I’m starting my own business! It’s going to be called the Vegan Jerk.
The whole kitchen is based around being as sustainable as possible, it is going to be absolutely zero waste so everything on the menu is going to be made from scratch, and lots of other fun things like minimal water usage and sustainable wages!
I’ll post a little more as I look to open at the end of the month.
Bristol Avonmeads Retails Park, St Philips Causeway, Bristol BS2 0SP
You loved our veganary specials so much, they stuck! Find V1, V2, and V3 on the menu every day.
Our menu just got #vegan> better! We have three #Veganuary specials joining the menu. The V1 is a classic – Tomato, Vegan Mozzarella & basil, V2 is for the meat(less)-lovers with double vegan chorizo and V3 is a veg special with artichokes, olive and garlic oil. Try them all now.
Here at Pizza 1889, we don’t think pizza should be complicated. Our passion is for simple, satisfying street pizza that’s made fresh every day, but isn’t overpriced.
With outdoor seating and in a convenient location, Pizza 1889 Bristol Avonmeads offers shoppers welcome refuge for our delicious stone baked artisan pizza.
Bristol, South Glos, Bath
The ‘soft launch’ @ the beautiful Manor Hall, Coalpit Heath on 05/03/22 was fully booked in just 4 hours! Thank you to everyone who made a booking, I am blown away. Sorry to everyone who missed out on his time. But I do have good news for you… The great news is that the SECOND POP UP RESTAURANT is set for 01/04/22. When bookings ‘go live’ I will announce it on both Instagram and my Facebook page.
Pop-Up Restaurant, Supper Club, Private Dining & Catering. Serving plant based, vegan and gluten-free food using organic, seasonal and local produce. By Rachel Mills, Eco Chef
31 King Street, Bristol BS1 4DZ
Wing’s Diner was the result of flatmates Kevin and Wayne’s friendly but competitive ‘Well Fed Wednesday’, where each week they would alternate cooking for each other.
Following several successful residencies at pubs such as The Rope Walk and The Robin Hood, we were invited back to the kitchen of Small Bar. The response to our food from the customers at Small Bar was incredible, and as a result we were invited to make their kitchen our permanent home.
Plenty of veggie and vegan options too! We thank you all for your support whilst we undertake this journey!
244 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8NZ
So we’ve made the decision to close at The Golden Lion until September. But we will be back in full swing there in September. Fear not we will still be doing our collab events with Pizzarova there and a few SPECIAL events over the summer (KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED!) But also YOU CAN STILL Get our food on delivery via our Easton Kitchen via Foodstuff and Deliveroo Thursday – Sunday.
We are a start up family run vegan business that is passionate to bring to Bristol our soulful family style BBQ food. I was introduced to veganism by my family in America 17 years ago, They showed me that to be meat-free didn’t mean your food had to be bland and lack soul. Some of these recipes are recipes that have been passed down to me and its exciting to share the world with these delights.
Music is the food for the soul, and we are here to prove to you our food is too! Our aim is not to exclude meat eaters but introduce them to what a plant-based diet can really be, soulful, tasty and succulent! Nothing brings people together like good food – And we can promise you that our food is good.
Clifton Down shopping centre, Whiteladies Road, Clifton, BS8 2NN
We are so excited to announce that we will be opening a store inside Clifton Down shopping centre next month (May)! We have decided to close until our new store is complete and ready to open. We will no longer be trading from our St Michael’s hill location. The world’s longest “pop up” has finally come to an end! We look forward to seeing you at Clifton Down shopping centre next month where our new store will be open 7 days a week!
Bristol based Superfood Bar •Acai Bowls •Smoothie Bowls •Smoothies
Kick start your week with one of our Açaí Bowls! Loaded with Antioxidants and a great way to boost your immune system.
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.
With 10 years experience in event catering, we can diversify our menu to meet your requirements – be it finger-buffet style party catering, or piping hot street food, we are capable of serving a vast range of menus – hot or cold, gluten-free and nut-free – to cater to every need. No wedding is too extravagant, and no office is too small to deliver and serve our plant-based products.
Park St, Bristol BS1 (COMING SOON)
We are looking for a chef to join us at a new venue on park street! Wednesday-Saturday 35-40 hours a week. £12.50 an hour. Hit us up on here or Chuck us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Casa Verde is a plant based pop up specializing in `dirty’ street food and classic dishes taken to a whole new level. We believe there’s no need to compromise on flavour for plant based food and would happily stand all of our menu against their animal product counterparts. While at the same time being a little nicer to the planet we live on.
Casa Verde is 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. 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.
The Vision of VherbalKitchen is to bring forth the new age of sophisticated Plant-based Dining. Our aim is simple: to provide fresh, affordable, great tasting plant-based food and to bring people together from all stretches of life.
Bringing delicious, affordable, seasonal vegan feasts to you – Pitchfork aim to host regular nights in different venues around Bristol and the surrounding area that promote tasty plant food and community eating. We like to cook food with ingredients that are bountiful and seasonal; foraging and using fresh ingredients and experimenting with flavours whilst avoiding pretentious menus!
We’ve developed our love for food and communal eating in varied settings: from cafes and restaurants such as Roll for the Soul and Bell’s Diner, to drag themed performances dinners and field kitchens that are feedings thousands of hungry activists. Any profits made after costs will be donated to grassroots projects and organising.