Unit 7, Cargo 2, Museum Street, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6ZA
We strive to create incredible homemade Gelato that tastes as good as it looks. We mix and match unusual combinations so that every scoop that we serve meets your highest ice cream expectations.
We are always looking for new challenges – and venturing into making good ice cream for vegans has been one of them – but we’ve done it! We now offer a small selection of vegan gelato – the flavours of which we rotate to give those returning a choice. Of course, all our dairy free flavours are also suitable for vegan consumption too.
When we talk of ‘dairy free’ we mean Sorbet! However, many people’s experience of sorbets is poor with images of icy, watery products which are very off-putting ! Our Sorbets are not like those, but are full of flavour (our fruit sorbets are 50% fruit) and have the same consistency as our Gelato. We are very aware of the difficulty which people suffering from a lactose intolerance contend with when buying ice cream so, in addition to our Vegan flavours (which are all dairy free) we also make our special Chocolate sorbet, which many actually prefer to the dairy version!
Unit 26, Cargo 2 Museum Street, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WE
Inspired by the Izakaya bars of Tokyo and situated in Bristol’s vibrant Wapping Wharf cargo community, Seven Lucky Gods is a casual Japanese style bar and restaurant. Seven Lucky Gods is a cashless restaurant. We only accept payment by credit or debit card.
50% off all veggie and vegan (Pumpkin katsu uramaki, soy braised mushroom, schichimi; Farm greens ohitashi – Local spinach, ginger, sesame ponzu; Seaweed, tomato & green onion salad, sesame dressing; Charred edamame, shichimi, lemon; Nasu Dengaku, Miso charred aubergine, pickled vegetable salad; Charred corn on the cob, tare, miso mayo, puffed rice) dishes when you mention Meat Free Mondays to your server!!
Cargo 2 Unit 16, First Floor Goal Ferry Steps, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WD
Mmm, halloumi fries. Everyone deserves them. No really, EVERYONE. That includes all you vegan legends too. That’s right friends, The Athenian now have vegan halloumi on the menu. And it’s a next level game changer. The plant based menu grows stronger and you can find it all in our venues and on Deliveroo by searching for The Athenian Plant Based. Game on!!! Available everywhere. Options include Vegan Halloumi Fries and Vegan Halloumi Souvlaki wrap and box!
Using top-secret, painstakingly-crafted recipes, we share our passion for traditional souvlaki, but from today with a spin: making traditional meat focused dishes 100% plant based, in our FIRST EVER digital brand: The Athenian Plant Based!
On the menu, we have, available as a wrap or in a box:
Signature Vegan Gyros
Tomato Croquettes Souvlaki
Courgette Fritters Souvlaki
THIS isn’t Chicken Nuggets Souvlaki
Plus sides that include oregano fries, greek salad (without feta), sweet potato fries, loaded fries with vegan gyros, this isn’t chicken nuggets, tomato croquettes, courgette fritters and vegan brownies.
An entire heaven of plant based Greek food options! ORDER NOW.
CARGO, Gaol Ferry Steps, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WP
Formerly the Chicken shed, at the heart of Wapping Wharf, atop a stack of renovated cargo containers, sits ROOT. Here you can enjoy our food, drinks and all with a view of Bristol’s floating harbour… what’s not to love! Root is a restaurant from Eat Drink Bristol Fashion that serves primarily vegetarian dishes with meat and fish on the side.
Our vegan dishes aren’t necessarily labelled on our menu, what we tend to do is go through the menu with the vegan customer and inform them which dishes are suitable (but most of the time we will annotate the menu for them). As our menu changes frequently and most dishes will be altered to then become vegan, we find it easier to talk them through the menu.
289 Gloucester Road, Bristol BS7 8NY
Museum Street, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6ZA
2-4 Park St, Bristol BS1 5HS (opening Tuesday June 26 at 12pm)
We opened our first shop on Gloucester Road, Bristol in late 2015, serving delicious sourdough pizzas! Our pizza is made from slowly fermenting sourdough that has been fed for 69 years. As a result you are left with a light and airy dough giving a distinctive taste. All of our pizzas are handmade and use the freshest ingredients on offer!
We’re really proud to be able to offer a great selection of vegan pizzas, and we’re really excited to let you know that we can now offer vegan cheese alongside all of our non-cheesy options!
Unit 3, Gaol Ferry Steps, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WE
Peng Curry will be our new vegan addition from tomorrow. Plantain, peanut, potato and coconut curry served with rice n pea. We think It’s so good we will be keeping it on the menu past veganuary.
Calypso Kitchen boasts William’s family recipes which have been handed down and refined. Expect big flavours and not forgetting vegan delights.
The Biblos boys will be staying true to their roots introducing their popular Middle Eastern and Caribbean street food wraps. Ariel’s Middle Eastern family recipes will be packed into tasty Khobez flatbreads. Everything is made in house from sauces and marinades to the falafel mix.
Vegan Gumbo – Chickpea, aubergine and caramelised sweet potato gumbo. Served with rice ‘n’ peas. £9.5
Unit 14, Museum Street, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6ZA
Tare is an 18 seat restaurant situated in Bristol’s Wapping Wharf area, part of a large community of businesses based in converted shipping containers on the harbourside. Our aim is to cook tasty food with skill and care using the best produce available, alongside a well balanced and carefully curated drinks menu. Vegetarian and vegan menus are available on request. Please inform us if you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we will be happy to help.
Please find our current vegan menu. Dishes will change every couple of weeks, we will happily adapt dishes to people’s likes/dislikes/dietary requirements I just need a heads up when the table is booked. At lunch we serve all dishes as individual options plus a few other options that aren’t on the tasting menu.
Unit 10, Cargo 1, Wapping Wharf, Bristol BS1 6WP
There are easier ways to make a living than being a chef, but there’s no point telling that to a chef. If you can come out smiling after 13 or so hours in front of a stove, day in, day out, then you obviously love your craft. Elliott’s one of them. He’s spent the majority of his life in a kitchen, which is an odd thought as most people spend the majority of their lives in bed. He’s worked his way up through the ranks, becoming head chef of the Michelin-starred L’ortolan, before spending four years at the Empress in East London, earning himself two AA rosettes, a Michelin Bib Gourmand and a 32nd spot in the top 50 gastro pubs in the country 2016. Neither of us could grow a decent enough beard to become Hackney natives though. And the West Country was calling us home. So here we are. In a pair of shipping containers.
Hi, Attached is a picture (not great, I’m afraid) of the menu we did for the vegan couple on Saturday evening. They had given us some notice so we did them a separate menu. We have done a whole tasting menu for a vegan too which was a nice challenge. And we can always accommodate vegans with no notice – there just won’t be as much choice. Best, Tessa
The Old Gaol Stables, Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6WW
We want to make world class pizza, the best in Bristol and beyond. We make bread, a good salad and a few gelatos. But pizza is our focus. Our passion. We won’t apologise for that. It’s slow pizza. Yet fast pizza. We ferment our dough for days. At least one but typically more. No shortcuts. It’s a bitch to work. It rips, it tears. It tastes amazing. We bake at 500deg for 60-90s. Seared. Charred. Striving for perfection. We take bookings for groups of 8 or more, please pop in or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a bar and counter for you to have a drink if there is any wait to be seated.
We currently have 3 vegan pizzas on our main menu and some days the special might also be vegan:
1. Marinara, the Italian classic
2. Kale, made with tomatoes, lacto-fermented peppers, kale and our house herb jam made with olives
3. VG fest, a new one this year based on our popular Sausagefest. Made with tomatoes, garlic, breadcrumbs, red onion and a mushroom and pearl barley sausage seasoned with caraway, fennel and chilli. It’s already proved popular.
We always try to have on a sorbet too in addition to our gelato.
The Olive Shed, Floating Harbour, Princes Wharf, Bristol BS1 4RN
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.
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