Unit 21 The Glass Arcade, St Nicholas’s Market, Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HQ
We opened our first juice bar in the summer of 2001. Bristol needed a really decent health-centric juice bar. Understanding the importance of juicing, we wanted to provide not only a place to serve healthy, totally pure, unadulterated fresh fruit and vegetable juice but also a place to be the sounding board for health ideas and discussion.
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 (from 14th September)
New store opening 14 September 2017 * New store opening 14 September 2017
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!
4-8 Glass Arcade, St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1LJ
We love making cakes to order, in fact that’s one of the best bits. Providing you with a cake that’s moist and delicious, made with love and with consideration to the season, using locally sourced and organic ingredients wherever possible really gets us going. It’s our thing.
At Ahh Toots our mission is to make cake exciting, new and always delicious. We focus on providing you with a cake that’s beautiful inside and out, and we’re ready to have a chat and discuss options with you for a bespoke cake for any occasion. We do a wide variety of gluten free, vegan and nut free bakes too.
St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1HQ
Located next to Royce Rolls in St Nicks market, with some seating inside and out. There always seems to be at least one or two vegan curry options on offer here, no doubt with a few other snacks vegan too, all available at very resonable prices, and generous portion sizes too.
Spice Up Your Life can also be found at the annual Bristol Vegfest over in Lloyds amphitheatre around May, and organised by Yaoh. veganbristol.com
St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1JQ
Cafe in St Nicholas Market, Bristol, serving vegetarian and vegan food with plenty of options for people with special dietary requirements.
Situated in a bustling market place in central Bristol, with cafeteria style seating and eclectic surroundings. With a backdrop of laid back reggae/folk and other upbeat jingles. A great place to hang out with friends and family or to pop in on your lunch hour.
Established in 1979 with only two owners to date, buying our stock from as many local suppliers and small independent businesses as possible. We are committed to providing affordable healthy and fresh food to suit all appetites. We always strive to provide more options for those who require gluten/dairy/sugar free diets. We already have many sweet and savoury options available in this range and are constantly looking to add new products.
Royce Rolls are purveyors of excellent affordable vegetarian and vegan fare, from hot organic soups, jacket potatoes with a range of yummy fillings, to delicious savouries, salads, cakes and flapjacks … and lets not forget the star of the show, the famous Royce roll! Now made using delicious Hobbs House artisan bread, and packed full of veggie goodness! We also sell a huge range of teas from English breakfast to exotic herbal blends including fruit teas, green teas and Chinese and Indian teas including many organic and fair trade options.
The Olive Shed, Floating Harbour, Princes Wharf, Bristol BS1 4RN
The Olive Shed Shop, 123 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8AX
A big favourite amongst many for the Med style informal approach to excellent food. Prime situation overlooking the harbourside just up the road from the Industrial Museum. Absolutely the best selection of olives in Bristol. Selection of salads and tapas, the salads particularly good. As is often the case in bristol, the people that run it are top notch and service is always efficient but casual, true bristol style. Friendliness comes as part of the deal. Highly reco’d to one and all.
A VEGAN GUIDE TO BRISTOL PUBLISHED BY YAOH
In addition to the best olives in the South West, our shop has a range of organic olive oils and vinegars. Fantastic for a quick takeaway lunch or just relax in our sunny Olive garden.
The Olive Shed Shop www.theoliveshed.com
Glass Arcade, St Nicholas Market, Bristol BS1 1LJ
Bang next door to Big Banana juice bar in the middle of St Nicks market, this cafe provides genuine vegan Moroccan dishes. Casserole of lentils with tomato and coriander sauce, couscous with mixed veg, moorish chickpeas, baysara, take your pick from a number of variables. Al Medina as it was previously called, is rapidly ensuring that Morocco is getting a deserved reputation for its stunning vegan food.
From A VEGAN GUIDE TO BRISTOL PRODUCED BY YAOH