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Bristol Guide - The very best vegan and vegetarian spots!

By JForrester 21 Sep 2021

Bristol is such a great city to be Veggie or Vegan. We really are spoiled for choice with so many amazing restaurants serving delicious veggie and vegan foods. So whether you eat a full-on plant-based diet or just looking to try a new cuisine, here are some of our favourite places to try ...

Baba Ganoush Jerusalem Falafel, St Werburghs 

Serves the self-proclaimed best falafel in Bristol and we agree! This hidden gem serves amazing Middle Eastern food. Not to be missed.

Fi Real, Old Market 

If you're looking for some tasty Caribbean food, Fi Real is the place for you! All their food is vegan too - Bonus!

Hummusapiens, pop up Finzels Reach & Harbourside Market

Hummasapiens is amazing and priced really reasonably! Their food is all Vegan, but trust me you will not miss meat or dairy one bit.

The Dirty Fries topped with Seitan or Jackfruit are to die for. 

Owwee Vegan, Baldwin Street

Looking for some Vegan comfort food? Well, look no further! Who said vegan food had to be healthy?

Root, Cargo Harbourside

Root is not exclusively Vegan or Veggie, it markets its food as ''small vegetable plates, a little meat on the side'' so it's perfect if you're dining with a meat-eater, they might even convert. It's on the pricier side, but perfect for special occasions and treats!

Koocha Mezze Bar, Gloucester Road

Koocha delivers Persian inspired mezze, kebabs and cocktails that look as good as they taste. YUM!!

Nadu, Gloucester Road

Sri Lankan food is definitely one of my favourite cuisines right now and this new addition to Stokes Croft has some excellent veggie and vegan options. 

Purezza, Gloucester Road

Who doesn't love a pizza. Purezza has an amazing selection of Vegan pizzas and pasta dishes. 

Volunteer Tavern, Old Market

With outdoor dinning firmly on the cards for another couple of weeks. The Old Market target has a lovely undercover garden complete with heaters and 

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