Tag Archives: Vegan Bristol

Bristol’s Best Pizza Joints

Food doesn’t come much simpler and comforting than a pizza, and yet some places have managed to take the basics of dough, tomato sauce and cheese and make something quite spectacular.

Whether you like your pizza straight from a wood-fired oven, made from sourdough, served alongside a flight of cider or made with vegan cheese, Bristol has something for every preference and persuasion.

So without further ado, here are Bristol’s most perfect purveyors of all thing pizza….

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Vegetarian Bristol & Bath

 

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Bristol now has more than its fair share of vegan and veggie places to eat, earning it a place as the most popular vegan city in the world. We now have two vegan markets (Mondays at St Nicks and House of Veg), vegan food tours, a Dal Festival and even vegan vending machines.

I’m always happy to go to vegetarian restaurants, and tend to eat out a lot at Japanese, Korean and Indian restaurants, which by their nature offer extensive vegetarian choices (check out Tuk Tuck, Bento Boss and Nutmeg for particularly good examples of this), but even so it seems only fair to have a fully fledged vegetarian give their thoughts about the best of what’s on offer.

Read on to see what other plant-based treats you can get your hands on across the city!
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Bristol Food & Drink: February 2019

The cold snap may be in full force, but spring is round the corner, apparently.

In the mean time, we have plenty of tasty events, festivals and new places to keep us busy, hurrah!

So put on the kettle and get cosy with your hot water bottle, here’s the low down on where you should be munching this month…

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Bristol Food & Drink: The 2018 Highlights

It’s time for my annual digest of the foodie comings and goings in Bristol, peppered with some favourites from a few fine folk (tell me yours over on Twitter and I’ll share them at the bottom of the post).

You can read the highlights from past years if you’re feeling nostalgic or if you want to see how 2018 compares with 2016 or 2014.

Pour yourself a glass of red or put the kettle on, this is a bit of a bumper read…

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