Sergio’s

www.sergios.co.uk

1-3 Frogmore Street, Bristol BS1 5NA

Sergio’s is the perfect setting for an informal lunch or a special dinner. A cosy family run restaurant, established in 1989, specialising in authentic Italian cuisine in the heart of Bristol City centre. The perfect place for a pre-theatre meal just round the corner from both Colston Hall & the Bristol Hippodrome.

Fully licensed with a BYO option for those who prefer their own favourite wine with their meal. What really sets Sergio’s apart from others is the atmosphere, and Sergio’s has bags of it. Visit us and become part of the family, whether a lone diner, couples, business associates or parties. Gift vouchers available. We pride ourselves on presenting home made dishes using fresh quality produce, hence our menu changes regularly. Vegan menu available.

Catch 22

www.catch22.restaurant

38 College Green, Bristol BS1 5SP 

The Vish is here to stay!

We are incredibly happy to announce that our vegan range has finally touched down. Our speciality vegan fish (Vish) is made from Banana Blossom marinated in Samphire, Seaweed and lemon. The Vish is then tossed in our homemade batter, using only vegan ingredients and fried to perfection.

We also have lots of vegan extras and plenty of vegan drinks too! If you would like to join us in the restaurant and sit in for your meal, we have a range of vegan beers, ciders, ales, wines and soft drinks. We hope you enjoy these new items as much as we do!

 

Yakinori

www.yakinori.co.uk

78 Park Street, Bristol BS1 5LA

 

Are you #vegetarian or #vegan; LOVE #JapaneseFood? Well there’s room for you at the party round here. We’ve put together a menu of all our veggie & vegan options to make life easier for you – check it out!

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.

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.

Also see Sushi Sunday & Vegan Monday offers HERE.

Swoon

www.swoononaspoon.co.uk

31a College Green, Bristol BS1 5TB

15 Kingsmead Square, Bath BA1 2AE

swoon

We believe every life is made a little better by gelato and bringing people together over gelato is what we do: the very best in artisan gelato, made with love and laughter to lift your spirits. Gelato to fall in love with.

Did you know? ALL of our sorbetto’s are suitable for #vegans? Come and see for yourself 🙂 #gelato #vegan #bristol

Wok to Walk

www.woktowalk.com

39 park street, Bristol BS1 5NH

 

Check out Woktowalk Vegan options!

Wok to Walk is a quick service restaurant chain specialised in Asian food, stir-frying and wok cooking. So simple, we can explain it in four words: fresh, nutritious, quick and flexible. Wok to Walk is as simple as a 3-step-menu; so fresh, we proudly display every favourite (ingredient), topping and sauce. You decide what to eat and how much to spend.

Each restaurant offers healthy take-away food, including vegan dishes, vegetarian fast food options and light, low carb food. All of it is MSG free.Thanks to our 3-step-menu, you can make whatever combination inspires you, no matter if you’re vegan. The 3 steps (base, favourites and sauce) are so versatile no one will miss out on their Asian take-away food fix. Also, you’re free to eat in or take out your meal. That’s what flexibility means, right?

Eat A Pitta (veg)

www.eatapitta.co.uk

1 Princess Victoria St, Clifton Village, BS8 4HR

1-3 Glass arcade, St Nicholas Market, Vegan Bristol, BS1 1LJ

Kiosk 3B, Broadmead (outside boots), Bristol, BS1 3EA

67A Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8AD

Clifton Triangle, 21a Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1QE

The Eat a Pitta falafel recipe originated in Grandma Yolandes’ kitchen in the back streets of Algiers more than 70 years ago. As a kid I was always glued to my grandmothers side as she taught me how to make the perfect falafel, crispy on the outside, moist in the middle.

Armed with my grandma’s secret recipe and 12 years experience cooking in the restaurant biz, I realised my dream in November 2011 and opened ‘eat a pitta’ in St Nicholas market in Bristol.

Come and try our delicious falafels at Eat a Pitta today! Hopefully you will be able to taste that little bit of history in every bite!