The Styling Lounge

15-29 Union St, Bristol BS1 2DF

Founded by Hair Stylist and Makeup Artist Amelia Shorter, The Styling Lounge is an independent hair salon situated on Union Street in the heart of Bristol’s bustling city centre.

I’ve invested in a fabulous range of cruelty free hair products for the salon. With so many vegetarians and vegans in Bristol, I thought it was only right. Besides, I’m an animal lover myself and who doesn’t want to be cruelty free wherever possible anyway?! Thanks to the fabulous Maria Nila range, I can now offer vegan shampoo and conditioners for different hair types.

Maria Nila also have a great range of natural temporary hair colours. Lasting 4 – 10 washes, they’re perfect for use inbetween appointments when you want to refresh and moisturise your hair. The colours of the rainbow are also available for those of you who love things bright and vibrant! If you want to keep your blonde locks clean and bright, the Silver range is hugely popular for hair that tends to go brassy.

If they’re popular, I’ll also look into expanding the salon’s cruelty free range into hair colour. I can’t wait to introduce you this fab new range. See you in the salon!

Pipal Tree

28 Chelsea Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 6AF

It is with the best intentions that we look to run Pipal Tree. It is said that Buddha finally found enlightenment during his contemplation under such a tree in Northern India. It is with this spirit we wish to enrich the surrounding community with home cooked Punjabi British fusion cuisine prepared from recipes which have been handed down the generation from the Punjab region of India.

My family and I are life long ‘Bristolians’ and more importantly ‘Eastonians’ and it is through this lens we aim to give back to the local community which has provided so much for me and my young family. We look forward to providing Easton, first of all with Punjabi cuisine with a unique British fusion flavour, and in time to come, the whole of Bristol and beyond.

Organic. Fully licensed bar. Air Conditioning. Daily Specials. Baby changing facility. Restaurant hire. Takeaway. Wi-fi. Gluten free and Vegan

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!




Phat Yaks

Kingsmead Square, 3 New Street, Bath BA1 2AF 

Freshly made street food cafe/takeaway with a Nepalese twist.  A large part of our menu is vegan.

Pakoras – Vegetable fritters Served in a wrap or sourdough baguette with bean pate, salad, pickled slaw, relish and sauce, or on their own with sauce.

Chickpea – mixed vegetables in chickpea and ajwan seed batter.

Buckwheat – red onions, peppers and fresh coriander in buckwheat and cumin seed batter.

Special Pakoras – we regularly have special pakoras depending what is good either in our veg garden or at the local veg stall.  Examples are Beetroot, Kale, Sweet potato, Yam and spring onion.  The specials change daily.

Daily selection of freshly made seasonal salads with our homemade dressings, currently all our salads are vegan, we have plans to extend our salads tat will include vegan and non-vegan options.

Our sauces dips and dressings are almost all vegan in fact the raita is the only non-vegan option.

We also have soya and almond milk and have plans to include some vegan bakery in the near future.

Café Connect

114, St Mark’s Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JD

Café Connect is the creation of Bristol Reconnect, a cutting-edge local charity supporting vulnerable people with complex needs. All Café Connect’s profits go to Bristol Reconnect, and we will be providing training opportunities for Bristol Reconnect members in the café.  Bristol Reconnect’s focus is on giving a voice to people who have faced severe disadvantages. We do this in a culture of mutual support, building strong long-term relationships based on mutual respect and honesty, where members feel a sense of belonging and can develop and share their skills. Without our members the café would not exist.  For more info take a look at our websites: and

In keeping with our community ethos, we serve an adventurous menu of mostly locally sourced, frequently organic, often healthy and always delicious food – at very reasonable prices. We are open Monday-Friday 8am-2pm and Saturday 10am-2:30pm serving vegan and veggie breakfasts as well as vegan cakes made by @thetreathousecakery. We also sell sandwiches after 2pm. Our breakfasts are only £6 including tea and coffee.  All of the profits go towards the charity and we are entirely run by volunteers!


Unit 14, Museum Street, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6ZA

Tare is an 18 seat restaurant situated in Bristol’s Wapping Wharf area, part of a large community of businesses based in converted shipping containers on the harbourside. Our aim is to cook tasty food with skill and care using the best produce available, alongside a well balanced and carefully curated drinks menu. Vegetarian and vegan menus are available on request. Please inform us if you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we will be happy to help.

Please find our current vegan menu. Dishes will change every couple of weeks, we will happily adapt dishes to people’s likes/dislikes/dietary requirements I just need a heads up when the table is booked. At lunch we serve all dishes as individual options plus a few other options that aren’t on the tasting menu.

Nutgrove Kitchen (vegan)

Our cheeses are made by hand in Bristol, Somerset. People have been making cheese in Somerset for hundreds of years. We make our cheese using traditional techniques – the only difference is we start with milk made from nuts, beans and pulses, so our cheese is dairy free.

All our ingredients and cultures are suitable for people who are vegans, lactose-intolerant or gluten-intolerant – or who just want a tasty dairy-free cheese.

We wanted to create something both delicious and sustainable that everyone could enjoy. It had to be good enough to have pride of place on any cheeseboard to be served to our friends and family.