Fox & Goose

www.foxgoosepub.co.uk

Bridgwater Road, Barrow Gurney, BS48 3SL

The Fox & Goose in Barrow Gurney is a pretty country pub and hotel near Bristol Airport. Visit us and be charmed by our Georgian-style windows, hanging baskets, and a Victorian-inspired lantern at the front door.

Nicola Arrow, Marston’s Senior Food Development Manager, said: “We have listened to our customers and taken the growing demand for healthier and alternative options across the pub sector as a great opportunity to develop and update our menu.

“We wanted to find the right supplier for this home-grown product and we believe we have found a great partner in Moving Mountains. It is an exciting opportunity for us to work with a new British business, which is at the forefront of real change.

“The Moving Mountains B12 Burger is such an innovative addition to our menus. It not only caters to our vegetarian and vegan customers but also to those who are trying to make more conscious health or ethical choices when eating out.”

Folly

www.follypub.co.uk

Westerleigh Road, Emersons Green, Bristol BS16 7AJ

The Folly in Emersons Green a fantastic place to dine. Our pub is approximately five minutes from the M4, but you will feel like you are deep in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside.

Nicola Arrow, Marston’s Senior Food Development Manager, said: “We have listened to our customers and taken the growing demand for healthier and alternative options across the pub sector as a great opportunity to develop and update our menu.

“We wanted to find the right supplier for this home-grown product and we believe we have found a great partner in Moving Mountains. It is an exciting opportunity for us to work with a new British business, which is at the forefront of real change.

“The Moving Mountains B12 Burger is such an innovative addition to our menus. It not only caters to our vegetarian and vegan customers but also to those who are trying to make more conscious health or ethical choices when eating out.

Also see Hollow Tree, Baileys Court Inn, and The Huntsman..

The Huntsman

www.huntsmanpubdownend.co.uk

Westerleigh Road, Downend, Bristol BS16 6UB 

The Huntsman in Downend, Bristol, is a pub for everybody. Whether you’re local or just want to stop off for good pub food near Bristol, you’ll get a smile and a warm “What can I get you?” at the bar. Wooden beams, a red brick fireplace, funky décor, and cosy booths combine to make us a great pub you can chill in or celebrate a special occasion.

Nicola Arrow, Marston’s Senior Food Development Manager, said: “We have listened to our customers and taken the growing demand for healthier and alternative options across the pub sector as a great opportunity to develop and update our menu.

“We wanted to find the right supplier for this home-grown product and we believe we have found a great partner in Moving Mountains. It is an exciting opportunity for us to work with a new British business, which is at the forefront of real change.

“The Moving Mountains B12 Burger is such an innovative addition to our menus. It not only caters to our vegetarian and vegan customers but also to those who are trying to make more conscious health or ethical choices when eating out.”

Also see Hollow Tree, Baileys Court Inn and Folly.

Hollow Tree

www.hollowtreepubbradleystoke.co.uk

Brook Way, Bristol, BS32 9BA

Nicola Arrow, Marston’s Senior Food Development Manager, said: “We have listened to our customers and taken the growing demand for healthier and alternative options across the pub sector as a great opportunity to develop and update our menu.

“We wanted to find the right supplier for this home-grown product and we believe we have found a great partner in Moving Mountains. It is an exciting opportunity for us to work with a new British business, which is at the forefront of real change.

“The Moving Mountains B12 Burger is such an innovative addition to our menus. It not only caters to our vegetarian and vegan customers but also to those who are trying to make more conscious health or ethical choices when eating out.”

Also see Baileys Court Inn , The Huntsman and Folly.

Baileys Court Inn

www.baileyscourtinnpub.co.uk

Stoke Gifford, Bristol BS32 8BH

Nicola Arrow, Marston’s Senior Food Development Manager, said: “We have listened to our customers and taken the growing demand for healthier and alternative options across the pub sector as a great opportunity to develop and update our menu.

“We wanted to find the right supplier for this home-grown product and we believe we have found a great partner in Moving Mountains. It is an exciting opportunity for us to work with a new British business, which is at the forefront of real change.

“The Moving Mountains B12 Burger is such an innovative addition to our menus. It not only caters to our vegetarian and vegan customers but also to those who are trying to make more conscious health or ethical choices when eating out.”

Also see Hollow Tree, The Huntsman and Folly

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Bun Fiction @ Kongs

www.facebook.com/BunFiction

13-15 King Street, Bristol BS1 4EF

 

Coming soon……. (18th Nov) Bun Fiction Sunday Roasts! Seitan roast, served with maple and mustard carrots and parsnips, cider braised Savoy cabbage with out seitan bacon & toasted pine nuts, crispy roast potatoes, garlic roasted broccoli and of course the corner stone of any great roast, VEGAN cauliflower cheese and VEGAN Yorkshire pudding!

LOCATION REVEALED!! We are happy to announce that we will be taking over the kitchen at Kongs of King Street! We are very proud to announce…our new menu! From Friday 14th September you’ll be able to try everything on here at our new kitchen at Kongs of King Street! Come visit us for some tasty sandwiches and classic arcade games, if you’re lucky you may even get to catch a glimpse of #mascotmilo …! And if you haven’t got one already why not come and collect your new loyalty card from us?!

The Canon

www.social-squirrel.com/canonbath

1 Barton Street, Bath BA1 1H

The Canon is a lively pub in Bath opposite the famous Theatre Royal, in the centre of Bath.

This Georgian city has an amazing history and is a favourite for tourists, locals and students alike. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, whether for a quick snack or a well deserved meal out, there’s something for everyone’s taste and budget. The Canon is spaced over two floors, ideal for eating, drinking or watching live sports with our two big screens.

From breakfast to dinner we can keep you fueled all day. We have food to share with friends or just get stuck in your own. We also make sure vegetarians and vegans are looked after too and our full menus are available to view. If you need the internet, simply connect to our Wi-Fi for fast free access to the world wide web.

Also see The White Harte and The Anchor in Bristol.