6 Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6LF
The perfect place for lunch with friends during the day or even a quick stop for takeaway. In the evenings dinner upstairs or downstairs for a relaxed intimate time. Falafel King is a family run business, each member playing a role in creating an unforgettable experience through taste & hospitality.
Nowadays it’s possible to find all sorts of different types of falafels with different flavours, however we pride ourselves in making the ‘original falafel’, simple & flavourful. All our ingredients are locally sourced or are of the best quality from the middle east. Note to all concerned, there is NO dairy in our Tahini. See menu HERE.
The Khan is a delightful intimate middle eastern cavern in the basement of Cotham Hill, open daily for customers to enjoy. The khan is the perfect place for private parties and social occasions, and is also building a reputation for being a live music venue with some of Bristols best musicians coming to play.
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!
62A Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QE
We cater for most dietry requirements. Vegetarian and vegan food is a specialty.
Biblos in Bristol is all about tasty, healthy and freshly prepared food. Our cafés provide a friendly, relaxed atmosphere…in which to enjoy a unique dining-in or takeaway experience.
We offer predominantly yet not exclusively Mediterranean cuisine; in short if we like it, it’s going on the menu, whether it’s a mezze or one of our popular wraps you’re after you’ll be sure to return again and again.
Castle Park, Bristol (basically at the top of Union Street, by the zebra crossing)
We have been selling fresh food from our kiosk in Castle Park, Bristol since September 2013. Come and visit us for a snack, lunch or evening meal – outside seating available, and take-away. Homemade, Vegetarian, Middle Eastern, FOOD TO GO.
Feeding people has been a long-lasting obsession that is still very much alive in me. The love of good food, and a desire to share it with those around me, gives me joy. For me, food is a kind of unofficial celebration that brings people together.
Healthy eco-friendly vegetarian cooking is close to my heart and that’s where I feel at home. I love using local, seasonal organic (where possible) vegetables, fresh herbs, spices, grains, pulses and seeds. I avoid complicated cooking and like to keep food as fresh and natural as possible. The aroma, colours, and taste can bring you close to the earth and doesn’t cost the earth. The Ayurvedic approach to food and life-style has a strong impact on my way of thinking and living.
I can now offer to cater for your event; cooking and delivering food to individuals with special dietary needs. I also supply dips and salads to shops in Bristol.
City Centre, Bristol
Falafel King Bristol was established in 2,000 with the opening of the first Falafel outlet of the city, introducing this new middle eastern vegetarian delicacy.
The business now comprises of it’s original van on Bristol’s City Centre, a bakery ‘AbuNoor Pitta Factory’ a middle eastern cafe / deli / takeaway and ‘The Khan’ social and music venue.
Although these days falafel is widely available across the city, they pride themselves on being called one of Bristol’s vegan institutions’.
Note to all concerned, there is NO dairy in our Tahina.