Franco Manca

www.francomanca.co.uk

Grd Floor & Basement, 16-22 Clare Street, Bristol BS1 1YG

Arch 46, 12 Brunel Square, Bath BA1 1SX

PIZZA IS FOR EVERYONE – OUR NEW VEGAN SPECIAL. We have vegan specials available all year in our pizzerias. Our new No.7 has wild mushrooms, Kalamata black olives, fresh baby kale, 3 chilli mix, vegan cheese & lightly spiced butternut squash base. Try it in your local pizzeria.

Franco Manca means “Franco is missing”. Before Franco Manca opened in Brixton Market in 2008, there was a pizzeria called Franco’s. When Franco handed the reins over to Giuseppe Mascoli and his artisan baker friend Bridget Hugo, they named the new pizzeria in Franco’s honour.

Vegans are not an afterthought at Franco Manca. Our No.1 pizza and January No.7 pizza are vegan. We have a vegan cheese, which is available at all of our pizzerias, and can be swapped instead of mozzarella, or added as an extra topping. Please ask your server when ordering.

Each pizzeria has a veg special that changes daily, as well as a vegan special which changes monthly.

Dhamaka

www.dhamakadining.co.uk

15, Clare Street, Bristol BS1 1XH

Dhamaka in our context symbolises an explosion of flavours!

Dhamaka assimilates the culture of India – vibrant colours, lit up festivals, the street food and the amazing curries from all corners of India. From tangy snacks that flow across Indian streets to “indo Chinese” that is fusion of Indian & Chinese cuisine and quite popular in the Northern part of the country, like soya sauce with Indian spices just makes the perfect balance of Chinese and Indian ingredients.

Above all Indian food (Masala Dosa (VG,GF), Vegan Katacos, Pani Puri (VG), Pea and Corn Sheekh (GF, VG), Gobi Manchurian (VG), Vegetable Momos (VG), Vegetable Kofta Curry (VG)) is all about sharing and caring, so let’s share your food amongst your peers and eat the Indian way when you visit Dhamaka really near in future to experience the hustle of the busy Indian streets.

Dhamaka is not your “Lets try some curry over the weekend after few pints” sort of a place. It aims to stand proudly next to the other high street restaurants offering authentic Indian cuisine but with a casual dining feel to it.

Mowgli Street Food

www.mowglistreetfood.com

35 Corn Street, Bristol BS1 1HT

Mowgli is all about how Indians eat at home and on their streets. She was born to feed the raw need Indians have for tiffins full of fresh bright intense flavour.  Mowgli is not about the intimate, hushed dining experience. It is about the smash and grab zing of healthy, light, virtuosic herbs and spices.

Announcing Mowgli Bristol!!! It took us ages to find the right corner of this incredible city but you asked for a Mowgli in Bristol and we trawled long and hard ever since. I love this stunning high ceilinged old building on Corn Street. It is very very indeed.

Opening February 2020

 

Pizza Express

www.pizzaexpress.com

 

Thinking about going vegan? 

 

We’re happy to announce that you can now enjoy a three course vegan meal with us! So if you’re looking for a vegan pizza restaurant near you, book a table today and enjoy our new menu.

Did you know that our pizza bases are completely free of animal and dairy products and are suitable for vegans? And that our passata sauce is made from only crushed tomatoes, salt, pepper, fresh basil & oregano? All our pizzas are made by hand and can be ordered with or without toppings as requested by guests, or swapped for their preferred choice.

Enjoy cheesy vegan pizza! Made in Italy using Italian ingredients, our new vegan mozzarella alternative melts perfectly in our pizza oven and gives a creamy finish to any recipe. Try it on our award-winning Giardiniera or our new Puttanesca, or add it to a pizza of your choice to create a delicious dairy-free pizza!*

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Dangun

www.facebook.com/DangunBristol

39-41 St Nicholas St, Bristol BS1 1TP

Come by and try our #vegan Kimchi Jjigae: a hearty Korean kimchi stew packed with umami. People have been raving about our Vegan Korean Fried Cauliflower, and we don’t blame them! Come by or order through @deliveroo .

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.

Resbite Cafe

www.facebook.com/Resbite-Cafe

27 Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2HG

 

Resbite is an independently run plant-based cafe and community space based in the Arc building in the heart of Bristol. We specialise in fresh, organic, gluten-free food. All our produce is carefully selected to ensure maximum nutritional benefit.

Our aim is to encourage the cultivation of  a harmonious relationship with the natural environment around us, including our bodies! By providing healthy, organic food at low cost we believe we can encourage everyone to participate, regardless of their economic status.

 

Eatchu

www.eatchu.co.uk

The Old Mess Room, Exchange Avenue (side of St Nicks Market), Bristol BS1 1JQ

 

You have to try our Triple Mushroom Gyozas With Mustard Dressing, Nori & Pickled Radish 🍄 #vegans & #veges, this is a treat for you!

eatchu launched in april 2016 at bristol’s harbourside market. gyoza turned out to be a big hit with bristol’s lunchtime crowd and eatchu was soon a regular at the three weekly harbourside markets as well as trading every thursday evening at brewdog on baldwin street. eatchu became a regular sight at small festivals and popups around bristol throughout the summer, and then in september 2016 they secured and launched their permanent stall at the old mess room in st nicks market. originally trading under umbrellas on exchange avenue, you can now find them cooking inside the old mess room itself.

Gyoza (pronounced ghee-yoza, say it fast) are Japanese dumplings made from wheat wrappers and tasty fillings, and dipped in a soy based dipping sauce. Once you have chosen your filling you can choose from our range of homemade sauces and toppings. If you’re extra hungry why not add a portion of dressed sushi rice & pickles! You can try our tasty gyoza every lunchtime from Monday to Saturday.

v = vegan  vo = vegan option