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Your Bristol Favourites: Vegan

By bristol247, Tuesday Jan 15, 2019

This month, Bristol24/7 readers recommended the best places in Bristol for vegan food. Here’s what they said:

39 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8AD
“‪Some of the best and most unique plant-based dishes I have ever had. Love the variety and rotating menu. Current favourite is the Ethiopian lentil stew.”
Chris Neil

Koocha Mezze Bar
10 Zetland Road, Redland, Bristol, BS6 7AD
“The food is delicious, the staff are really friendly and easy to chat to, the venue is stylish and great for al fresco dining. I recommend going with a few friends and ordering the whole mezze menu.”
@antimitch via Twitter

East Village
Boyce’s Avenue, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4AA
“East Village is my favourite place to go for coffee, cake and a catch-up with friends. It has amazing décor and such a lovely atmosphere. I just had a huge slice of their delicious vegan almond and cherry cake, you would never have guessed its vegan – the most delicious cake EVER!”
Sophia Jordan

Honest Burgers
21 Clare Street, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 1AX
“They do the best vegan burger I’ve ever had, closely followed by Oowee’s vegan ‘chicken’ burger.”
@monathetrampire via Instagram

Eat Your Greens
156 Wells Road, Totterdown, Bristol, BS4 2AG
“I’m not a vegan or even a vegetarian but everything I’ve eaten there tastes fabulous. Locally sourced, nutritious, filling and bloody awesome. Try their full English or Sunday roast.”
@nikispd via Instagram

Various locations
“Pieminister do a whole vegan range. There’s 2 vegan pies and I like to have them with the cauliflower gosh loaded fries (fried cauliflower, curry sauce and pickles). So so good!”
Naomi Sandercock

Downtown Taqueria
47 Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 5AX
“Downtown Taqueria is millennial heaven. Loads of different vegan options and not just deep-fried courgette. Pink, 90’s music and banging margaritas.”
@right_good_kitchen via Instagram

Eat a Pitta
Various locations
“Eat a Pitta – healthy, solid portions, consistently good for the last three years of uni lunches. And the staff are falafel ninjas and always smiling despite crazy lunchtime queues.”
@right_good_kitchen via Instagram

Beer Emporium on King Street and Full Moon Bar on Stokes Croft
“Their vegan pizzas are the best I’ve tasted! They have so many to choose from and even have vegan smoked salmon toppings! Plus they do huge 20” pizzas which are great for sharing with friends.”
Florence Clark

Cafe Kino
108 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3RU
“Cafe Kino is my fave place to go if I fancy a burger – I’ve tried them all and they are they are lush! Couldn’t recommend it enough!”
@sindijabarrios via Instagram

660 Fishponds Road, Bristol, BS16 3HJ
“Matter is a great stepping stone for people scared to give up meat, they have vegan fried chicken, battered fish, crispy beef etc…”
Seb Peters

Oowee Vegan
65 Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1QZ
“Oowee – fun, indulgent and they have a new place just for vegans! Their sneaky clicker is genius.”
@right_good_kitchen via Instagram

Southville Deli
262 North Street in Southville and 259-261 Church Road in Redfield
“The sandwiches are pure magic – I’ve had a ‘chicken and mayo’ baguette there.”
Emily Spivey

123 East Street, Bristol, BS3 4ER
“Vx is really nice and has lush cookie sandwiches and brownies!”
@lemur93 via Instagram

71 North Street, Bedminster, BS3 1ES
“Dedicated to being vegan, they’ve been able to create delicious cakes and savoury food. Their afternoon tea is great too! You wouldn’t know the difference if you didn’t know beforehand.”
@appetence27 via Instagram

Fi Real
57 West Street, Old Market, Bristol, BS2 0BZ
“Bristol is becoming a hotbed of Vegan eateries. Fi Real has the best Caribbean food bar none.”
John Littlefair

Boston Tea Party
‏Various locations
“Gotta be BTP hasn’t it, with a vegan focus in January. They’ve just relaunched the vegan breakfast so now you can get a vegan boss – hash browns, tomato, mushroom, spinach, toast, sweetcorn fritters and the crowning glory: scrambled tofu!”
Anna Cooley

Bun Fiction
Kongs, 13-15 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4EF
‪“Great food, fun atmosphere and they donate buns to the local homeless.”
Sam Taylor

Marling Fish Bar
1 Marling Road, St George, Bristol, BS5 7LL
“‪Marling Fish Bar can change nearly every dish to a vegan equivalent and is DELICIOUS. Here are the mock chicken satay skewers.”
Jillian Underwood Harwin


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