The Cauldron

www.thecauldron.restaurant

98 Mina Road, Bristol BS2 9XW

Our restaurant is the UK’s first solid fuelled kitchen in over 100 years. We burn Charcoal & Beech Logs in a bespoke kitchen to heat our cast iron Cauldrons, Victorian Swedish Stove and Wood Fired Oven. Doing so allows us to remove our reliance on the “Big 6” energy suppliers.

The Cauldron’s emphasis is on providing ethically & locally sourced, creative fare, which is cooked using heirloom cookery methods from many different cultures around the world. Additionally, The Cauldron’s ethos is to procure furnishings, consumables and ingredients in St Werburghs where possible. We always look to improve of sustainability and mindfulness in procurement of our produce.

Using heirloom cookery methods and solid fuels like charcoal really challenge Henry and Lucia to discover, and rediscover, ways to create superb dishes and beautiful tastes. The two of them draw from their 25 years of experience to produce a combination of classic dishes, and inventive, globally influenced cuisine. The menu changes every 7-10 days, depending availability and seasonality of produce. Check out the “Menu” page to see what is on offer this week.

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The Gallimaufry

www.thegallimaufry.co.uk

26-28 The Promenade, Gloucester Road, Bristol BS7 8AL

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An independent restaurant, bar, live music venue and arts space in the heart of Gloucester Rd, Bristol.

Eat seasonal British food, drink great coffee, local ales and ciders. Listen to the best Bristol live musicians & DJ’s. Check out the work of emerging artists featured throughout the venue.

What does the word ‘gallimaufry’ mean? Once a hodgepodge stew of humble ingredients made on the galleys, it evolved to represent up-cycled things to wear and use around the home. Our interpretation? Making the best out of what’s available to us on a daily basis. Re-using, up-cycling or re-cycling; working with local suppliers, artists & artisans wherever possible. The venue was transformed in 5 days on the site of the former Prom Music Bar with a shoe-string budget in March, 2012.

We support, accept and trade the Bristol Pound (we’re the Gloucester Rd access point).

Galli plates – our take on tapas style small plates – are available day and night during kitchen hours. We split our menu into vegetarian, fish & meat options for clarity and there’s always 2 vegan dishes on offer. Pop in to try our 3 selected dishes for £15 offer 12-7pm, Monday-Friday! We take great pride in our Sunday roasts. Our vegan nut roast – currently cashew and pecan – is a tasty alternative. All served with seasonal vegetables.

There’s an exciting modern beer scene emerging in Bristol. At any one time you can choose from 6 cask/keg ales, a plethora of local bottled beers. Local beers we stock include: Arbor, Left Handed Giant, Moor and Wiper & True. We change our offer weekly.

Old Market Assembly

www.oldmarketassembly.co.uk

25 West Street, Old Market, Bristol BS2 0DF

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We’re a restaurant serving nutritious, locally sourced affordable food. We’re the new home of the Wardrobe Theatre. We’re a bakery serving freshly baked bread and cakes to eat in or take away. We’re a stage hosting local and touring bands (always free to see). We’re a bar serving local beers, ales and spirits. We’re a cafe offering the finest coffees, teas, herbals and chai’s.

At The Old Market Assembly the menu is designed with people and planet in mind. We are quietly encouraging people to eat responsibly whilst not being fundamentalist or denying deliciousness. With two thirds of the main dishes vegan and vegetarian we consider meat to be a treat and welcome all flexitarians, pescatarians and die-hard meat eaters to unite alongside despisers of nuts and the fighters for gluten freedom.

If you have a penchant for coffee we have just got our hands on what is apparently the best coffee machine in the world—the world! You’ll find our caffeine captain, Charlie, behind the bar and ready to rustle up the frothiest cappuccinos and the creamiest lattes whether you choose cow, soya or almond milk.

We are a flexitarian restaurant and will always include vegan and vegetarian dishes. We’re 100% independent. We’re whatever you want us to be – an office, a cafe, a meeting room, a den, an escape or just a place to let loose.

Hope & Anchor

www.hopeanchorbristol.com

38 Jacob’s Wells Road, Bristol BS8 1DR

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Just a little heads up to say we are changing our menu at the Hope & Anchor, all our vegetarian options are now vegan and we are increasing the offering gradually over the next couple of weeks. 11/2/2017

The Hope & Anchor is run by Peter Gibbs and his team who also run the gorgeous Volunteer Tavern near Cabot Circus shopping centre in Bristol. Similar to the Volunteer Tavern they serve the same high standard of craft beers. You’ll find many of the vegan friendly local beers from Arbor and Wiper & True, plus ones from further afar too. Catering for all tastes and budgets, there are always vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Chris and Jo’s Kitchen

www.facebook.com/chrisjoskitchen

122 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol BS2 8BU OPEN NOW!

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We pride ourselves on serving great quality, unpretentious food, made from scratch on site daily. We source the best produce available from the west country and cook it simply to showcase the ingredients. You won’t find a foam or sphere on our menu!

First bus group number 9 and 72 stop close by.

 

1847 (veg)

www.by1847.com

25 St Stephens Street, Bristol BS1 1JX

1847 vegan menu

1847 is a national collection of restaurants that specialise in plant based, vegetarian cuisine. Established in 2011 by Damien Davenport, 1847 has grown and developed a strong following who’s taken to this modern approach to dining.

Named after the year the vegetarian society formed, 1847 serves modern dishes across four menus; á la carte, taster, Sunday lunch and express lunch. Alongside our food, we serve cocktails, wines, beers and spirits.

Located in the heart of the city, 1847 Bristol is positioned along St Stephens Street and just minutes from the main hotels, theatres, shopping district and harbour side. Clifton is also just a 5-10 minute taxi ride away. Head Chef Jilisa Barnaby and her team serve a range of menus over lunch and dinner Wednesday to Sunday.

Prince of Wales

www.powbristol.co.uk

5 Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8AA

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Hey there! Welcome to The Prince of Wales! The type of pub where you can drop in for a midweek catch up, a weekend session, a relaxed spot of lunch or a long lazy Sunday with the paper. We aim to cater for everyone by creating a friendly and welcoming environment where the whole family is welcome* even the dog!. So why not pop on down and see what it’s all about? We look forward to seeing you soon!

IT’S FINALLY HERE! Weeks of preperation and planning.. and it’s finally here! So, without any further adue, please allow us to present our new POW menu! (Vegan on request)