Thali Montpelier

www.thalirestaurant.co.uk

12 York Rd, Bristol BS6 5QE

This is the original Thali, located in the hub of Montpelier.

A fresh bid has been launched to keep the long-running chain alive, as former head chef Ramesh Prasad reopened the Montpelier site. Chef Asha is popularly known as the Dosa queen at the Thali Restaurant. She makes the most delicious Dosa in Bristol.

Thali Restaurant is inspired by the heart and soul of India, showcasing the hero dishes of the subcontinent from the back streets of Bombay to the beach shacks of Goa. We offer vegan, gluten free and vegetarian options catering for all diets. Quirky decor, great atmosphere, this intimate neighbourhood restaurant is equally suited for groups, families or for a romantic dinner.

Nadu

www.nadubristol.com

77-79 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RD

Who said vegan food has to be boring? At Nadu we have plenty of vegan dishes that are based on years of Tamil traditional cooking and delicious flavours!

Nadu brings you a slice of Sri Lankan history in the heart of Bristol. The latest venture from the team behind Bristol’s award-winning Nutmeg, Nadu celebrates the flavours and spirit of Tamil culture; the history, the people and the cuisine.

Nadu brings a fresh perspective to the heritage of our owners Raja and Saravanan, offering you traditional Tamil street food with a modern twist and a menu of innovative cocktails, all served in a vibrant atmosphere in the epicentre of Stokes Croft.

Gopal’s Curry Shack (veg)

www.gopalscurryshack.co.uk

gopals curry shack

Vegetarian and vegan Indian street food. Vibrant, fresh aromatic & seasonal food lovingly prepared. Festivals, fairs, markets, corporate & events.

We produce vibrant and creative Indian Street Food using the spices of India and local, seasonal produce. Taste and flavour are at the heart of what we make putting our own contemporary twist on classic dishes. Gopal’s Curry Shack ‘pop up’ at food festivals, markets, events and takeover kitchens all over the South West and beyond. We can cater for a range of occasions including weddings, parties, corporate events, location catering and celebrations. It’s really important to us that we use local, independent suppliers and that all the packaging we use is compostable and biodegradable.

Dev’s Kerala

www.devskeralabristol.com

180, Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8NU

We can make most of the food vegan on request.

When it comes to food, Kerala is indeed rich with its numerous authentic delicacies. At Devs, we strive to bring you the best Keralite food there is; delicious, home-cooked, made with the same love, care and thoughtfulness that a mother would devote. Keralites prepare a good variety of both vegetarian and non vegetarian food. Food is the most basic link between ourselves and our environment. Inspired by our own school of hospitality in Kerala which all our chefs attend, we feel we have made this possible.

We use only sunflower oil. We provide outdoor catering and hall for small parties. Opening hours 6 pm to 11 pm; Tuesdays Closed.

Krishna’s Inn

www.krishnasinn.co.uk

4 Byron Place, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1JT

krishnas new menu

Food has a high influence on once persona and good food inspires the soul. Food should be treat to the eye, great to smell, elevate the soul with the taste.  Food consumed in a peaceful and happy atmosphere enhances the digestion, smoothens the system and enriches the experience.

At Krishnas Inn we enable the elements that grant the experience through simple and natural preparations. The cuisine is a blend of lentils, pulses, grains and spices prepared in unique combination with fresh vegetables and fruits that are naturally found in the southern Indian habitat of Kerala.

We have a wide variety of dishes ranging from nutritious vegetarian to healthy vegan food. Just inform our skilled chef about your requirements and relish your favourite food .

 

Thali Easton

www.thethalirestaurant.co.uk

64-66 St. Marks Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JH

Thali started as a street food truck at Glastonbury Festival after founder Jim Pizer travelled to India and fell in love with the food.

The parallels between Thali’s make-shift beginnings and the atmosphere, attitude and spirit of India offers a unique interpretation of Indian food. Thali showcases the hero dishes of the subcontinent from the back streets of Bombay to the beach shacks of Goa.

India have been promoting the vegan way of life for the last 1,000 years. Whether you’re committed to the vegan way of life, or you’re testing it out for ‘Veganuary’, here at Thali we’ve got you covered.

For us, veganism should never mean a compromise on taste; instead it’s an opportunity to discover a whole new world of ingredients and flavours.