The Grapevine Brasserie

www.grapevinebrasserie.co.uk

St James Place, Mangotsfield, Bristol BS16 9JB

 

Proudly serving quality home cooked food (vegan breakfast – vegan sausage, tomato, mushroom, scrambled tofu, beans, hash brown, wilted greens, toast; vegan breakfast enchilada with vegan cheese; sweet potato falafel burger; sweet potato curry; citrus pearl barley risotto; nut roast) seven days a week, along side a fine selection of beers, wines, spirits, teas and coffees.

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The Florist

www.theflorist.uk.com

69 Park St, Bristol BS1 5PB

 

The Florist believes in the fundamental principles of floristry, to charm each of the senses. Step into a sensory world and discover an arrangement of culinary delights, fragrant cocktails, daily beats and nightly DJs…

Discover a culinary experience like no other. Enjoy delights from contemporary selection of gluten free, dairy free and vegan dishes, inc lime and coriander edamame beans; vegetable ramen; raw cauliflower, pomegranate and toasted almond couscous; sweet potato and chickpea tagine; herb polenta chips with truffle mayo; soy and sesame tofu kebab; and elderflower meringue and caramelised peaches for example.

Dangun

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39-41 St Nicholas St, Bristol BS1 1TP

Modern Asian casual dining restaurant in Bristol city centre

We have on offer a variety of sides and hearty mains, so pop down with your friends and get stuck in. This is a copy of the menu as it is at the moment – we may change a few of the ingredients going forward as we get feedback from customers, so its not yet the final version. If there are any questions we could answer or any more details you would like about the menu please let us know.

Suyuan (veg)

www.suyuan.co.uk

Grove Avenue, Queen Square, Bristol BS1 4QY

Suyuan

Pure vegetarian Chinese homecooking.

A few years ago we visited the city of Foshan, China, famed as the home of Bruce Lee and his master Ye Wen. The famous Buddhist Temple, Foshan Zumiao inspires the ethos and ideals of the restaurants in the city. Here, they have honed the art of pure home cooked vegetarian food.

It is this ethos and culture that has inspired us to bring the tastes of Foshan back to Bristol.

Our food builds on the idea of Pure Vegetarian Chinese Homecooking and is based on the Hainan cuisine from Southern China with influences from northern Chinese cuisine.

We are passionate to create food that nourishes both the mind and the body. Innovating with original fresh flavours containing no artificial colours, this is like no other Chinese cuisine in Bristol.

The team at Suyuan wish you a happy and peaceful life nourished with great food.

Pure vegetarian Chinese home cooking. 

Slug and Lettuce

www.slugandlettuce.co.uk

26–28 St Nicholas Street, Bristol BS1 1UB

Explore Lane, Bristol Harbourside,  BS1 5TY

5–6 Edgar Buildings, Bath BA1 2EE

High-street favourite, Slug and Lettuce, has rolled out a brand-new menu across all sites in the UK, welcoming several nutritious vegan dishes, along with a sumptuous selection of cocktails, offers and main courses. With the number of vegans in Britain rising by 360% over the past 10 years*, the stylish new menu has expanded their vegan offering to cater for the ever-increasing demand.

Samantha Maynard, Senior Marketing Manager for Slug and Lettuce says: “We have the additions of some fantastic vegan dishes available along with improved deals throughout the week and are confident that our offering will ensure our position as the go-to brand on the high-street. “

From a relaxed daytime we transform into a lively night time venue perfect to meet friends, dance, hold parties, listen to great music – whatever you fancy really. Each of our Slug & Lettuce venues are different and offers entertainment loved by their own customers.

Carluccio’s

www.carluccios.com

Quakers Friars, Bristol BS1 3BU

The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS34 5DG

Milsom Place, Somerset, Bath BA1 1BZ

This season, we’ve been inspired by Antonio’s love of vegetables, which he believes are more than side dishes and should be celebrated in their own right. In this spirit, we’ve launched a new range of delicious veggie and vegan dishes.

When we opened the first Carluccio’s caffè our aim was to provide great quality, authentic Italian food at sensible prices. We also wanted to allow informal but excellent service to our customers. The aim remains the same today.