Bristol, South Glos, Bath
The ‘soft launch’ @ the beautiful Manor Hall, Coalpit Heath on 05/03/22 was fully booked in just 4 hours! Thank you to everyone who made a booking, I am blown away. Sorry to everyone who missed out on his time. But I do have good news for you… The great news is that the SECOND POP UP RESTAURANT is set for 01/04/22. When bookings ‘go live’ I will announce it on both Instagram and my Facebook page.
Pop-Up Restaurant, Supper Club, Private Dining & Catering. Serving plant based, vegan and gluten-free food using organic, seasonal and local produce. By Rachel Mills, Eco Chef
Unit 3, CARGO 2, Wapping Wharf, Gaol Ferry Steps, Bristol BS1 6WP
Poké (pronounced “poh-keh”) is a Hawaiian word that means sliced and diced.
Our fresh, protein-packed, Hawaiian street food bowls are made with cubes vegan protein, pickled and fresh veg and umami-rich sauces, and a topping of crunch. You can choose your base, add any extras you like, or build your own bowl to have it exactly as you like!
Do you have any vegan dishes? Yes! Our Tofu and hoisin squash bowls are vegan. You can also build your own vegan bowl when you order LOKI online and also at CARGO. All our sides are vegan as are our desserts! Yes, we are 100% gluten free!
79-81 Gloucester Road Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8AS
Purezza first opened its doors 2015, making it the first vegan pizzeria in the UK. Purezza Bristol launched in September 2020 on the eclectic Gloucester Road, and we already feel right at home here. This has previously been the site of a butchers and a pork restaurant, so never has our mission to change the world of food been quite so tangible.
Built from the ground up with refurbished and recycled materials, we’re really proud of our Bristol restaurant. It captures our ethos perfectly, which is all about building a more sustainable future and a better food system.
Here’s a whistle stop video tour around the beautiful Purezza Bristol. You can almost taste the pizza… almost. Hey, stop licking your screen. We look forward to seeing you soon.
203B Cheltenham Rd, Cotham, Bristol BS6 5QX
Welcome to Koocha, a friendly, cosy escape that brings a taste of Persia to Bristol. Experience plant powered food as you never have before. Vegan or not, you’ll love our fresh, colourful and creative dishes.
Persian cooking techniques are some of the oldest in history, and yet not widely known. Traditionally the food is spread out on the ‘Sofreh’ so that everyone can have a bit of what they fancy. It’s a family ritual that brings people together, making meal times more fun and meaningful.
Koocha showcases the best in Persian and Middle Eastern cooking with a love of plant-based ingredients for everyone – vegans and non-vegans – to enjoy. Everything on our menu has been designed to taste, try and share with family and friends.
Koocha means street or corner in Persian; come visit our little corner of Bristol!
156 Wells Road, Totterdown, Bristol BS4 2AG
EYG is an independent vegan eatery in Totterdown, Bristol.
Feels good to be making these Beasties again! Two shroomdogs, two hash browns, sautéed seasonal greens, crispy tofu wedges, garlic mushrooms, local sourdough (or GF bread), roasted tomato and baked beans for £11.50 (smaller version available for £7).
If you’d like to attend an EYG supper club, send a message or email for more info! They’re every Friday evening, limited spaces due to social distancing
Our menus are 100% vegan and designed to be gluten free, unless otherwise specified.
Also check out our Facebook and Instagram
43 Broad St, Bristol BS1 2EP
Bonjour Bristol!! 🇲🇫 Chez Marcel are happy to introduce some Vegan options.
La Vegan – ( sauted vegetables , courgettes , aubergines , red pepper with basil) is already available
La Sovegan – ( Vegan cheese , sauted red pepper , grilled Soja, topped with walnuts) this one will be available end of next week !!! Our buckwheat dough is 100% Vegan.
And for dessert sweet crepes you can always have a buckwheat galette with a sweet toppings of your choice.
Welcome to Chez Marcel. A taste of the national dish of Brittany in nothern France in Bristol!
An Authentic Creperie atmosphere, serving Savoury Galettes made from buckwheat flour which is gluten free with variety of fillings , and a variety of sweets crepes.
And of course for the full taste experience we have an excellent Artisanal Breton cider which match the crepes to perfection! Along with some really good French wines and a good coffee.
28 Clare Street, Bristol BS1 1YA
We’ve teamed up with THIS ISN’T CHICKEN to launch our first completely vegan menu. Check out our new plant based dishes from healthy starters and salads, to hangover curing soups, wok-fried noodles and mind-blowing curries. All of our new vegan dishes are also gluten free, including new ‘prawn-less’ crackers! See HERE.
Pho [ pronounced fuh] is the Vietnamese national dish; an aromatic, nutritious and delicious rice noodle soup served with a side plate of fresh herbs to add as you please.
Find us on the corner of Clare Street and St Stephen Street inside the beautiful bathstone facade of Clare Street House. With around 70 covers the dining space has high ceilings, large windows and huge wicker lights to create a cosy atmosphere. Pho To Go and eat-in available, as well as kids menus, high chairs and disabled access/loo.
Most of our vegetarian dishes are also vegan – this is because the majority of our menu is egg and dairy free. Dishes like vegetarian summer & spring rolls, tofu and mushroom pho are vegan with veggie or spicy stock. Some of our dishes contain fish sauce for seasoning so just be sure to mention you are vegan to a member of staff when ordering and ask for no fish sauce. Nuoc Cham which is served with all bun dishes contains fish sauce so ask for ginger soy.
Tunley Farm, Tunley, Near Bath BA2 0DL
We are a small business that makes organic dips, salads, soups & cakes. Our main aim is to make brilliantly tasty, vibrant, nutritious food that everyone can enjoy.
We know it can be hard to find tasty food when you’ve got an allergy to consider. As such, whilst we’re not an allergy-free kitchen, all of our food is dairy-, gluten-, and wheat-free. We’ve had our products tested for gluten so we’re licensed to use Coeliac UK’s crossed grain symbol to make it easier for those with a gluten intolerance to identify that our food is safe to eat.
All of our offerings are also vegan and the vast majority have no added sugar.