1 Pierrepont St, Vegan Bath, BA1 1LB
We are 100% vegan now.
The Green Rocket is a multi-award winning vegetarian cafe & restaurant, in Bath. We provide tasty vegetarian food and great coffee in an informal setting. We are a proudly independent establishment run by enthusiasts who have a real passion for fresh and vibrant food.
We have an extensive menu offering lunch, evening supper, light bites, sweet treats and breakfast and a range of organic drinks, as well as a wide selection of vegan and gluten free options. We also offer a takeaway service, perfect for a picnic in Parade Gardens close by.
The café provides a relaxed and welcoming environment where families, friends and couples can meet up. Indoor and outdoor seating is available with great views of the city and a perfect place to watch people stroll by.
72-73 Old Market St, Bristol BS2 0EJ
Vegan brunch and lunch (all-year round not just in Veganuary)
Indulgent tex-mex inspired menu with a fresh, modern vegetarian twist. Locally sourced craft coffee and vegan cakes made & baked on-site. We do not accept advance bookings, walk ins only. Our table turnaround is very quick so even if we are busy it shouldn’t take long for a one to become available.
The caf is located in the main bar of Exchange, as such we will sometimes be closed to the public for gigs & events with ticket holders only gaining entry to the venue.
Thanks! Team Exchange xxx
156 Wells Road, Totterdown, Bristol BS4 2AG
EYG is an independent vegan eatery in Totterdown, Bristol.
We are open Friday – Sunday and offer brunch, a Friday evening Supper Club (this is a set tasting menu and places are very limited due to social distancing measures, so be sure to book in advance) and Sundays are roasts only. All of these options are available as Takeaway / Collection – just email firstname.lastname@example.org to book in, or use the contact form on this site.
Our menus are designed to be gluten free, with people having the option to choose sourdough or gluten free bread with their brunches. The friday supper club is entirely GF as is the sunday roast.
Details of the relevant T/A menus are on our Facebook and Instagram.
You know when you want a full breakfast, and vegan ones tend to miss the spot? TRY THIIIIIIIIIIS, it’s called the Beasty. Its big. It’s vegan. It’s naturally GF. (Toast can be gf or sourdough). Roasted cherry tomatoes, crispy tofu wedges, 2 sosages, 2 hash browns, beans, sautéed seasonal greens, garlic mushrooms (chestnut) and toast.
81 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 1ES
A vegan shop & deli in Bristol. Serving freshly made meals from the kitchen and providing delicious deli treats for you to take home. Proud to be working with so many of Bristol’s small, local artisan food producers. With the environment close to our heart, we aim to minimise use of plastic. We compost our food waste and all takeaways are provided in recyclable packaging – working towards a greener future.
Currently the shop is open Tuesday to Sunday. Also, order online for click & collect or, if isolating, delivery to BS3 and around.
No.2 Quay Street, Bristol BS1 2JL
Quay street is a vibrant Californian diner inspired by the sunny shores and fresh produce of the golden state.
The menu offers lots of exciting veggie and vegan options (VEGAN ‘DEL RAY’ BURGER, VEGAN DOG, JACKFRUIT BURRITO, MEXICALI BOWL). We also serve a great selection of craft beers, delicious cocktails, shakes and freshly ground coffee from Bristol’s own Extract Roastery.
Boyce’s Ave, Clifton Village, Bristol BS8 4AA
In the heart of the beautiful Clifton village we serve a lovely selection of breakfast bowls, brunch, sandwiches, soup and larger plates at lunch time. We are proud of our lovely drinks selection – An amazing range of fresh smoothies, local soft drinks and teas and of course great coffee from Bristol based company Roasted Rituals.
All of our food and drinks are 100% vegan with lots of gluten free options. Healthy and mostly plant based food that tastes amazing and makes you feel great too. We have tables both indoors and outdoors- surrounded by lovely plants and beautiful decor or out in the heart of Clifton Village. East Village is well behaved dog friendly!
108 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RU
Hello Bristol! We are open today from 10am-8pm, and we are now on deliveroo (from 10am-10pm). We are looking a bit different these days, our menu has changed, we are selling all vegan packaged products and all our food and drink is to take away. (We have vegan stake bakes now they are amazing!!!)
Cafe Kino is a not-for-profit co-operative owned and operated by its workers, and run in part by volunteers. We strive to create a viable business which is open, fair and mutually supportive of all those with whom we are associated.
All of our food is 100% free of animal ingredients, and we are proud to have always provided delicious food enjoyed by all!
Cafe Kino is working to create an atmosphere of respect and understanding in which everyone is valued. We believe in working co-operatively together and learning from our shared experiences. Cafe Kino is a safe space for all, where everyone will be treated with respect and worth. we ask that all customers respect these goals and treat each other, and our staff, accordingly.
From January 1st 2019 we will no longer offer dairy milk and become FULLY VEGAN.
136 Church Rd, Bristol BS5 9HF
A small independent family friendly cafe on Church Road in Redfield, now open. Fabulous food and great coffee with a Scandinavian vibe. Now open Evenings!
We are very Vegan Friendly. A lot of our dishes can be adapted to be Vegan. We do a Fabulous Vegan Breakfast that includes, homemade beans, vegetable fritters, vegan black pudding, veggie sausage, tofu,mushrooms, tomatoes & bubble & squeak.( Some say its the best in Bristol!) We have Soya and Almond milk for our coffees and quite often have a lovely vegan cake available. This week we have homemade power balls, they are Vegan, gluten & sugar free. We are available for hire for dinner parties and events and a bespoke vegan menu for that would not be a problem at all. We use seasonal and local produce wherever possible and all our suppliers (bar one) are local and independent. We also came runners up in the observer food monthly awards for best cheap eat in the South West. Any questions, do not hesitate to drop me a line.
Kind regards, Amy
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.