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Fantastic plant based eating in Bristol

Whether it's to eat in, take out or have delivered, plant based eateries in Bristol will not disappoint; here are some establishments across the city to whet your appetite!

One step we can take on the journey to net zero is to reduce the amount of meat and dairy that we eat, and across Britain we’ve seen more and more people responding by adopting vegan and plant-based diets.

Bristol, with its reputation for producing, selling and serving quality plant-based food, is a great place to try out meat-free meals.  Reduce your carbon footprint, eat healthy, tasty veg and support your local economy. 

 

The Coconut tree

Bringing Sri Lankan street food to Bristol. Experience an explosion of flavours in our vegetables with sweet and fiery Cocotails... a naturally abundant vegan & vegetarian cuisine.

They have a mantra...

Don’t expect a napkin…….it’s a roll of paper towels
Do expect an explosion of flavours in our dishes and sweet & fiery Cocotails
Do expect candles in half coconuts
Don’t expect a massive food bill…but do expect to spoil yourself with drinks
Do expect meats, fish & veggies (lots)
Do expect warm Sri Lankan hospitality
Don’t expect the volume to stay down too long

They are based on the Cheltenham Road in Bristol and are proud to be 2019 Best Bristol Business and they're a finalist for 2020 too! 

 

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Cafe Kino

Cafe Kino is a vegan cafe and community space in Stokes Croft, Bristol. They offer tasty, homemade food including our acclaimed burgers, breakfasts, falafel, fresh salads and cakes.

They also have a wide selection of delicious loose leaf teas, fairtrade coffee, soft drinks, local beers, cider and wines.

Kino is a workers' co-op, this means there is a flat management structure and we run the business collectively. Kino is also a non-profit organisation and accordingly our legal structure means that any money made by the co-op goes back into improving the cafe for both customers and staff. 

Cafe Kino has had to adapt to be able to open in a safe manner post-lockdown. Here are some of the changes we have implemented:

  • We have removed indoor seating and are serving food and drink to takeaway.

  • We now stock a large selection of vegan produce such as non-dairy milks, chocolate bars, pick n’ mix and brand-new Kino sandwiches.

  • You can now them on Deliveroo!

 
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Koocha

Experience plant powered food as you never have before. Vegan or not, you’ll love our fresh, colourful and creative dishes.

Koocha, based on the Gloucester road, was founded in 2018 as Bristol’s first totally vegan restaurant – a plant pioneer, they have led the way for animal-free cuisine across the city. 

Koocha showcases the best in Persian and Middle Eastern cooking with a love of plant-based ingredients for everyone – vegans and non-vegans – to enjoy. Their commitment to sustainability runs from the carefully selected ingredients they source to the way we work and serve.

They like to know exactly where all of our delicious ingredients come from so you don’t have to, and if you do, they can tell you all about it.

 

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VX Bristol

"A cruelty-free vegan lifestyle doesn't have to be boring" VX, based on East street in Bristol, prides itself on loving vegan junk food.

Vx is unique brand of world-renowned delicious vegan treats, full junk food menu (including tasty new extras), with a plethora of exclusive imported plant-based delicacies, diverse range of extraordinarily-melty cheeses, French patisserie, our own-brand Secret Society of Vegans clothing and more goodies besides, in our mission to fully veganise one of the coolest corners of the UK in Bristol!

They are fully open for groceries
They are not open for sit in BUT open for take away coffees, cakes + limited hot food menu.

Monday CLOSED
Tuesday to Friday 9am to 4pm
Saturday 9am to 4pm
Sunday 11am to 4pm

You can have a look at their current menu here.

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