27 Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2HG
We provide healthy, wholefood, organic, fairtrade, local (when is possible) on your plate and point of sell. Friendly cafe/deli place. No For Profit.
Vegan Cafe ( Res-Bite ) objectives
A.Raise awareness of the advantages of organic veganism/healthy lifestyle.
B. Animal Welfare
C. Healthy Diet.
D. Less Carbon.
E. More Ethical.
F. Greater Sustainability ……..
Bath Lodge Castle, Nr Norton St Philip, Bath BA2 7NH
Located just six miles from Bath and set in 3.5 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens with a woodland and stream. Bath Lodge Castle is ideally placed to make the most of the gems that the South West has to offer.
Le Chateau is our French Style Restaurant and is open to non-residents as well as those staying at the Bath Lodge Castle. In the Castle our restaurant is loosely based on a French theme with other Continental dishes and some North African and Thai offered too. We also offer a choice of vegetarian and vegan dishes and take particular care to offer gluten free and dairy free where possible. The restaurant reflects our philosophy of serving good, seasonal food with a wine list and service to match. We change our menus regularly to reflect the seasons and keep things interesting.
Our vegan options are under the condition of booking first, we don’t have a menu for the afternoon tea (vegetarians & vegans welcome if booking in advance), it changes daily and includes but isn’t limited to scones, cakes, sandwiches and mini desserts such as sticky toffee pudding, crème brulees etc.
Serving a selection of modern, produce-focused, innovative food and drink, Jamaica Street Stores will mirror the changing seasons of the UK. Our menus will have no culinary boundaries – drawing from the team’s personal experiences of working and travelling across the world. We will be dedicating a section of the menu to inventive raw plates, as well as making ample provision for those who choose not to eat meat with 50% of our menu consisting of plant based dishes.
Upholding a strong line on ethical sourcing, our chefs Billy Trigg and Charlie James have been working together to design our menus. Driven by ethics and quality, they have selected the right produce for our kitchen. Animal welfare, sustainable farming practice, fair trade, and environmental impact will be at the heart of what we create and how. The West Country provides us with a wealth of sustainable, artisan produce to select from. When we need to look further afield for the perfect ingredient, we will be just as choosy with those goods and expect 100% traceability from all our suppliers.
Jamaica Street Stores is due open on September 16
78 Park Street, Bristol BS1 5LA
At Yakinori Bristol we offer a delicious range of vegan dishes that are authentically Japanese. Our ‘kabocha pumpkin croquettes’, tasty ‘yasai vegetable gyoza’, ‘yasai katsu curry’ and ‘yasai teppanyaki’ are just some of the delicious vegan options we offer. Our vegan symbol is clearly labelled on our menu for easy referencing and consists of a green heart shape with the letter ‘v’ in the middle.
Located in one of the most recognisable and iconic shopping streets in Bristol. The great taste of Yakinori has arrived, to Park Street. Just a short distance from the City Centre and positioned on one of the greatest high streets in the UK, the bright and vibrant restaurant of Yakinori with open kitchen means Bristolians can now enjoy fresh and tasty Japanese food at every opportunity.
Yakinori is the brand new sister company of Birmingham born, Japanese restaurant, Woktastic. With its friendly atmosphere and fresh and tasty food, noodle and sushi lovers alike have eagerly anticipated the expansion of the Woktastic family, with Yakinori guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser.
34 Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4BZ
Bluecoat House, Saw Close, Bath BA1 1EY (Launching September)
My husband, Andy, has a cousin who lives in beautiful Clifton. She told us that this part of Bristol would love a Thai restaurant like ours. So we put one in! We really enjoyed turning what was a square box into ‘a feast for the eyes’ as someone put it.
Things have moved on a bit now but you can still eat our super popular Thai Tapas Sets for lunch. In the evenings we serve lots of original dishes, alongside more unusual Thai flavour combinations. We hope you enjoy Giggling Squid, and feel at home in our funny, quirky little restaurants – well some of them are not so little now, but our approach is still the same. We love to hear from our guests so please feel free to drop us a line. VE – Vegan