I’m pleased to announce the next of our pop-ups! We will be heading East to @bristolspirit for a brief two week stint at the beginning of April – exciting stuff! There’ll be a new expanded menu including bar snacks and a dessert so – yes, that’s right hummus fans – you can have a hummusapiens THREE COURSE MEAL. 3rd April – 13th April. Wednesday through ‘til Saturday. See you there, keep a look out for a menu coming soon
Even more good news! Following on from our @smallbar_bristol #popup we will be heading to @lefthandedgiantbrewing to their tap room for a weekend in mid April 🍻 Come grab some beers, some hummus and toast away the mid-spring sun ☀️ . Friday 19th April & Saturday 20th April.
Woop woop! Good news alert 🚨 after a bit of radio silence from #hummushq we are proud to announce we will be popping up for SIX WHOLE WEEKS at the @volunteertavern from late April until the beginning of June. Expect a few new snazzy creations from my chickpea-obsessed mind and a selection of the BEST from the small bar timezzz. Loads of markets coming up soon as well. Keep your peas peeled – It’s going to be great.
Hummusapiens exists to bring awesome food to your plate, bowl or basket. Here to make good food taste great, we are all about bringing you big taste, plant-based food that’s heavy on the hummus, low on the lecturing.
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.
This weekend (9th June) is your last chance to catch me at the Hare on the Hill. I am staying in Bristol for a collaboration with a vegan restaurant after a long needed holiday. You’ll find out about that soon enough.
Vegan pop up chef/recipe writer currently on holiday
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.
Alma Road (off Whiteladies Rd), Clifton, Bristol BS8 2NH. (The van will be parked near Sainsbury’s car park.)
You’ll find us Tuesday-Friday at our regular spot in Bristol. We change our menu daily, and are continually challenging ourselves and having fun with this largely unexplored world of vegan cuisine.
We frequently host pop-up restaurants where we serve a special set meal. This is an opportunity for us to present a structured menu and watch you eat it.
From making a personalised cake for a special occasion, to providing catering for small functions, get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to discuss your ideas.
You can hire us for weddings, festivals, private functions, markets and any other special events. Contact us for more information.