Seven Lucky Gods

www.7luckygods.com

Unit 26, Cargo 2 Museum Street, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WE

 

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Inspired by the Izakaya bars of Tokyo and situated in Bristol’s vibrant Wapping Wharf cargo community, Seven Lucky Gods is a casual Japanese style bar and restaurant. Seven Lucky Gods is a cashless restaurant. We only accept payment by credit or debit card.

50% off all veggie and vegan (Pumpkin katsu uramaki, soy braised mushroom, schichimi; Farm greens ohitashi – Local spinach, ginger, sesame ponzu; Seaweed, tomato & green onion salad, sesame dressing; Charred edamame, shichimi, lemon; Nasu Dengaku, Miso charred aubergine, pickled vegetable salad; Charred corn on the cob, tare, miso mayo, puffed rice) dishes when you mention Meat Free Mondays to your server!!

Tsukemono

www.tsukemono.co.uk

 

Meet our deep-fried SEITAN! We’ve played around until we found the perfect balance between taste and texture. Based on the marinade we use for our KARA-AGE we tried to find a way to turn our SEITAN-AGE into little umami bombs. Dirty, delicious and 100% vegan.

TSUKEMONO is Adam and Iris. We met on a beach in Cambodia and instantly started talking about Japan; comparing notes on favourite films, artists and, of course, food. Determined to recreate the tastes we both found in Japan, we taught ourselves to cook all the dishes we couldn’t find back home. Five years later, with a notebook full of recipes, we’ve settled in Bristol. Tsukemono means “pickled things”. Pickles are a staple of Japanese cuisine that round out the flavour profile of any dish. All our food is served with a choice of pickles. Our logo is based on the shape of a pickled lotus root or renkon.

Always indulgent, never unhealthy. Our menu is flexible and adaptable, with seasonal fillings and toppings. Hearty curries in the autumn, light snacks in the summer. Healthy options for lunch and fried indulgences for night-time bites.

 

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.

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

Nomu

www.nomubristol.com

81 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2NT

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Nomu is a new Japanese Kitchen and cocktail lounge that opened in 2013 in Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol. The two owners, Ken Wong and Alex Wills, are both native Bristolians, and are passionate at providing a sociable environment for you to meet friends and family.

We do offer a what we consider a wide range of vegan food. Although not really stated on our menu, because everything is cooked fresh in the kitchen, quite a few of the dishes can be made vegan. Our staff are well trained in these aspects, if not, they would know who to ask to get you the information you need. We also have two members of staff who are vegan themselves so they particularly know what can be made vegan. Thanks, Ken