While it might not be strictly vegan, Racks Bar and Kitchen has a healthy selection of meat-free meals. Located in The Clifton Hotel, this cosy spot serves up everything from gnocchi with wild mushroom, baby leeks, tarragon and truffle oil to pimped out falafel pittas. There's even a plant-based Sunday roast come the weekend.
Vegan Restaurants In Bristol
Going meat-free is easier than ever, especially as so many restaurants are embracing veganism. Dining out doesn't have to be all seeds and greens though, and this lot know it. From meatless Sunday roasts to special menus and gorgeous Greek dishes, the city is home to some real plant-based gems and we've rounded up the best vegan restaurants in Bristol just for you.
With a dedicated selection of vegan pizzas, The Stable should be on your radar when it comes to tasty slices. Think toppings like green pesto with roasted courgette and a spinach combo with mushrooms, green beans, caramelised onion and vegan mozzarella.
A dedicated vegetarian restaurant, Flow takes a modern approach to plant-focussed eating. Showcasing a menu filled with locally sourced and foraged ingredients, you'll find a contemporary yet casual space and pretty plates.
Thought The Real Greek was mainly meat? Think again, because the Mediterranean spot has a dedicated vegan menu just for you. There's a decent selection of souvlaki wraps, salads and hot and cold mezze, as well as, desserts like baklava and vegan filo custard pie.
A stunning venue from interiors through to menus, The Florist is all about modern botany. Soak up handcrafted cocktails centred on gin and tuck into a diverse food menu, with dishes like sweet potato and chickpea tagine and soy and sesame tofu kebabs, alongside a whole host of brunch treats.
Bar 44's got a menu featuring the likes of caramelised heritage carrots topped with aubergine and hazelnut, king oyster mushroom a la plancha and padron peppers cooked in sea salt, making this Regent Street favourite perfect for carnivores and herbivorous alike.