Gló Foods is a new family-run business. Last year after reading lots of research supporting the health benefits of a plant-based diet, we decided to give veganism a go. Having been vegetarians for 10 years and already not viewing animals as food, we thought the transition to vegan would be quite straightforward.
Whether you are vegan, a meat eater who wants to eat less meat and diary, a vegetarian who wants to transition to vegan, dairy intolerant, or you simply have a vegan guest visiting for the weekend. You can trust that all our products are free from meat, dairy, eggs and honey, and are 100% plant-based.
We hope to expand our range so if there’s anything you’d like to add to your order and you can’t find it on our website, send us a request and we’ll do what we can to satisfy your plant-based needs. Enjoy!
As you may have noticed, we’ve had a name change! We will henceforth be known as ‘Kabala Kitchen’! The food will stay the same, and so will we, but we are no longer ‘Planted’. Thanks for all of your support so far, and we look forward to continuing to serve you vegan comfort food dishes under our new brand new trading name!
Brand-new street food business serving fresh and healthy twists on comfort food classics. Alice and Richard are embarking upon a venture to create vegan street food, with an empasis on seasonal and healthy versions of comfort food classics.
Bristol-based street food business. Pop-up supper clubs, festival catering & events.
244 Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8NZ
We are super excited to be taking up residency with the good folk at The Golden Lion. We have a new place to call home where you can come get vegan pie most nights of the week. Vegan pie for everyone!
Pie Baby was created by me, Lara and my husband Finn. We make delicious vegan pies to fill your hole! Two things we are passionate about are animal welfare and food. We combine these two passions into seriously satisfying, sumptuous, pastry filled pockets of pure joy with a kiwi twist – potato topped pies!
Boyce’s Ave, Clifton Village, Bristol BS8 4AA
Vegetarian Cafe Seeking In-house Baker. See HERE.
East Village Cafe in the heart of Clifton Village promises to be a 100 per cent vegetarian cafe.
Healthy food and drink on offer will include sandwiches, smoothies and salads, and there will also be plenty of vegan and gluten-free options.
The new cafe, that doesn’t yet have an opening date, is set to occupy the site of the former Arch House Deli between Boyce’s Avenue and Victoria Square.
See more on Bristol247.com
72-73 Old Market St, Bristol BS2 0EJ
Locally sourced craft coffee from Bristol’s own Clifton Coffee Roasters alongside carefully selected guest filters. Unreal tex-mex inspired food with a fresh, modern vegan/veggie twist. Mean vegan cakes baked on-site.
Mon – Fri (full menu available) Open 07:30 – 17:00
Breakfast from 08:00 – 11:00 Lunch from 12:00 – 15:00
Saturday 10:00 – 17:00
Sunday 12:00 – 17:00 Counter top items & limited menu available on weekends
*The caf is located in the main bar of Exchange, as such we will sometimes be closed to the public for gigs & events with ticket holders only gaining entry to the venue. For further info on this please drop us a message or take a look at our Facebook page.
We arent open yet, but believe we are possibly the first in the uk to be only using herbalist approach. Absolutely zero chemicals. We use things like… Licorice, comfrey, soapnut, goodeberry, vinegars, clays, banana, avocado, oils etc. Two of us, have been mobile hairdressers for years. Both want to help encourage people to take a new approach to haircare and that it is linked to health and nutrition too!
Not a hairdressers…Apothecary hair health clinic and style service. Hair food and alchemy! Using 100% Natural, edible homemade tailored products. Natural hair food, health and alchemy…No ordinary salon! We focus on bringing hair to it’s natural glory and helping people on the path to repairing years of hair abuse. Using only homemade plant based solutions tailored to you, our motto is … Only put on your body what you would put in your mouth. TRULY 100% natural hairdressing is finally here.
Fresh & delicious vegan & vegetarian food; lentils are our thing. Waiting for a pitch in Bristol street markets… In the meantime, developing recipes!
“Cucina povera” is a phrase in Italian which literally translates to “peasant cooking” or the poor people’s way of cooking. It means using fresh ingredients you have to hand to make delicious, healthy meals, rather than spending a fortune on expensive foods or fad products. I grew up with my Italian Mum who taught me the beauty of this way of cooking. Inspired by the “cucina povera” way of doing things, we decided to set up our own market stall and offer fresh, delicious, local, and ethical vegetarian food at an affordable price.
We offer a range of flatbread patty sandwiches made from pulses and grains, and seasoned with fresh herbs and spices. Accompanying our unique patties is a range of slaws, fresh salads and delicious dips – all home-made with our love and lots of thought put into them!