The Portuguese Tavern

90 West St, Bristol BS2 0BW

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Situated not very far from Bristol City Centre and Temple Meads Railway Station, The Portuguese Tavern is located in a quiet area within a two floors modest building with a humble exterior. We feel dinning at The Portuguese Tavern will be a memorable experience.

We cater for both individual and group dinners, and also do takeaways. If you want to celebrate a birthday or an engagement party, or an anniversary or a special event, or simply have an enjoyable, Portuguese, meal with friends and family The Portuguese Tavern is the place.



CARGO, Gaol Ferry Steps, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WP

Formerly the Chicken shed, at the heart of Wapping Wharf, atop a stack of renovated cargo containers, sits ROOT. Here you can enjoy our food, drinks and all with a view of Bristol’s floating harbour… what’s not to love! Root is a restaurant from Eat Drink Bristol Fashion that serves primarily vegetarian dishes with meat and fish on the side.

Our vegan dishes aren’t necessarily labelled on our menu, what we tend to do is go through the menu with the vegan customer and inform them which dishes are suitable (but most of the time we will annotate the menu for them). As our menu changes frequently and most dishes will be altered to then become vegan, we find it easier to talk them through the menu.

The Malago

220 North Street, Southville, Bristol BS3 1JD

At The Malago we use local suppliers to bring us the freshest ingredients, to be creatively prepared by our skilled chefs – headed by restaurant owner Helly Highland. Our skilled chefs use natural and seasonal produce imaginatively to create a dynamic menu that is inclusive of vegetarians and vegans. We are passionate about creating a local, independent bar and restaurant that is at the heart of North Street and showcases all Bristol has to offer.  We do a mean vegan beetroot and quinoa burger with tzatziki using @southvilledeli’s great range of plant based products.

We have a highly talented team of chefs, and experienced bar and waiting staff who are all looking forward to welcoming you to The Malago.


The Real Greek

84A Glass House, Cabot Circus, Bristol BS1 3BX

The Real Greek announces the launch of its Vegan Menu – a first for the restaurants that specialise in delicious fresh Greek food.

Created in collaboration with celebrated Greek cook Tonia Buxton, the thirty-item vegan menu pays homage to Greece’s rich heritage of vegan cooking and the fresh ingredients found in Greek and Cypriot cuisine. Launching on the 21st March, the new Vegan Menu uses vegan-friendly foods traditional to Greece – such as vine leaves, lentils and spices – to create a menu packed with variety, colour and flavour – designed for vegans and non-vegans alike. The thirty dishes on the menu include Jackfruit Stifado (Greek stew made with delicious slow-cooked jackfruit, hearty button mushrooms, shallots and aniseed), and the Vegan Moussaka (layered potato, seasoned courgette, aubergine and slow-cooked jack fruit mix, cooked with cinnamon for a deep delicious flavour).

These recipe developments follow months of mouth-watering research. The Real Greek chefs toured Greece and the UK, speaking to customers about meat-free and dairy-free food, and sampling vegan dishes.



113 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2PB

HUBBOX is an essential stop-off for amazing American inspired street food & great drinks. You have heard right and we are working on 4 amazing ‘Dirty’ Vegan burgers at the moment. Our fries are hand-cut & double fried. We also stock a great selection of craft beers; on draught, in bottles or in cans, as well as a choice of Origin coffee, our special recipe malt-shakes and soft drinks. At HUBBOX, food and the provenance of our suppliers is something we are fiercely proud of.


Flour & Ash

203b Cheltenham Road, Bristol BS6 5QX 

Flour & Ash is a small local pizzeria on the vibrant and fiercely independent Cheltenham/Gloucester Road. Our ethos has always been fairly simple. Buy the best ingredients and treat them with care using our wood oven centre stage for the majority of the cooking.

Our award winning sour-dough pizzas are available from midday, 7 days a week, all made from scratch in house. We change our menus daily, sometimes more depending on availability of produce. Feel free to have a browse of the menu, we do our best to keep this up to date but it may have changed a little when you come to visit.

Another vegan cracker. Marinated artichokes and almond curd. For the awesome folk taking part in Veganuary. Looks like cheese. Tastes like cheese. Vegan! Cashew rarebit, roast swede and cavalo nero pizza.


Harvey Nichols

27 Philadelphia Street, Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol BS1 3BZ

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Our new vegan menu makes vegetables the star of the show. Whether you are a committed carnivore, a fish fanatic or already a devoted vegan, we’ve got a brand new vegan menu full of the most delicious picks of green goodness for you to try.

To send you on a quest of experimentation, our chefs have been working hard to bring you a meal so good, you’ll forget there’s no meat involved. To complete your vegtastic meal, our sommeliers have sourced the finest vegan wines from around the world including including an Italian Verdicchio white and a French Gigondas red wine.

NB. Anti-Fur activists across the country have continued to campaign against the sale of fur in Harvey Nichols, with regular protests in eight cities across Britain and Ireland. The Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade (CAFT) call on the public to boycott Harvey Nichols until they reinstate their fur free policy.  Please contact Harvey Nichols and ask them to stop selling fur.