1-3 Frogmore Street, Bristol BS1 5NA
Sergio’s is the perfect setting for an informal lunch or a special dinner. A cosy family run restaurant, established in 1989, specialising in authentic Italian cuisine in the heart of Bristol City centre. The perfect place for a pre-theatre meal just round the corner from both Colston Hall & the Bristol Hippodrome.
Fully licensed with a BYO option for those who prefer their own favourite wine with their meal. What really sets Sergio’s apart from others is the atmosphere, and Sergio’s has bags of it. Visit us and become part of the family, whether a lone diner, couples, business associates or parties. Gift vouchers available. We pride ourselves on presenting home made dishes using fresh quality produce, hence our menu changes regularly. Vegan menu available.
27 Frogmore Street, Bristol BS1 5NA
NEW YEAR NEW MENU. Catch us Thursday – Saturday at TheHatchet Inn from 5pm.
A small team. A big dream. Bringing a fusion of traditional pub-grub and modern wave of Vegan comfort food to the streets and venues of Bristol. SOY AHOY aim to win over hearts and minds with their mouth watering burgers, hard-working crew, and cruelty-free ethos.
In a city already rich with Vegan options, SOY AHOY are throwing their hat into the mix, hoping to carve out their own niche by working with one of Bristol’s oldest, and most popular, pubs – the Hatchet Inn.
5 St Stephen’s St, Bristol BS1 1EE
32 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QD ( Opening Spring 2020. See www.instagram.com/tuktuckstokescroft )
At Tuk Tuck we’ve got so many tasty vegan sides and mains to offer. Dumplings, Kimchi, Bibimbap all day err’day🌱✨💕 (All available on deliveroo)
Tuk Tuck Stokes Croft, coming from the family of @teamtuktuck and @dangunbristol will be opening on the 16th March and we can’t express how excited we are for the family to grow!
Our vision is to bring traditional Asian Street food to belly’s in Bristol.
The vegan options directly from the menu are: from mains Tofu and Mushroom Salad box with a soy, lime and sesame dressing; and from sides: Miso Soup; Edamame beans; Vegan Kimbap, the Korean version of sushi flavoured with sesame and filled with veggies and tofu, which is made fresh every day, usually to order.
We can also easily ‘veganise’ 2 of the other mains on request; our Bibimbap which is rice, 7 seasoned vegetables and tofu and mushroom option served with our homemade traditional Korean gochujang sauce; and the Banh Mi which is the Vietnamese style baguette with veggies, pickles and the tofu and mushroom option. We also use a separate grill for cooking all the veg/vegan options.
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.