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.
25 St Stephens Street, Bristol BS1 1JX
1847 closed on the 21st July
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.
Tunley Farm, Tunley, Near Bath BA2 0DL
We are a small, ethical food company making award-winning organic, vegan, handmade houmous / hummus. Natural Vitality is rebranding as The Precious Pod!
We are a small business that makes organic dips, salads, soups & cakes. Our main aim is to make brilliantly tasty, vibrant, nutritious food that everyone can enjoy. We’re accredited by the Soil Association and everything we make is produced in line with strict organic standards.
We know it can be hard to find tasty food when you’ve got an allergy to consider. As such, whilst we’re not an allergy-free kitchen, all of our food is dairy-, gluten-, and wheat-free. We’ve had our products tested for gluten so we’re licensed to use Coeliac UK’s crossed grain symbol to make it easier for those with a gluten intolerance to identify that our food is safe to eat.
All of our offerings are also vegan and the vast majority have no added sugar.