Vegan Restaurants In Bristol

Going meat-free is easier than ever, especially as a growing number of eateries are embracing the food philosophy. Dining out doesn't have to be all seeds and greens though, and this lot know it. From Sunday nut roasts to tofu burgers and gorgeous Greek dishes, the city is home to some real plant-based gems and we've rounded up the best vegan restaurantsĀ in Bristol just for you.

Last updated on 13th March 2020




Racks Bar and Kitchen

66 user reviews 4

While it might not be strictly vegan, Racks Bar And Kitchen has a healthy selection of green options. Located in The Clifton Hotel, this cosy spot whips up everything from the innovative plant-based fish and chips with beer-battered banana blossom to Sunday nut roasts and wild mushroom parcels.

The Bristol Stable

511 user reviews 4

With an impressive selection of vegan pizzas, pies and salads, The Stable should be on your radar when it comes to delicious slices. Located along Bristol Harbourside, the open kitchen is dishing up crunchy bases with toppings like BBQ jackfruit with roasted peppers, caramelised onion and butterbean aioli.

The Florist Bristol

297 user reviews 4

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 tofu katsu sandos and sweet potato and miso croquettes, alongside a whole host of brunch treats.

An exclusively vegetarian restaurant, Flow takes a modern approach to eco-focussed eating. Showcasing a menu filled with locally-sourced and foraged ingredients, you'll find a contemporary yet casual space and pretty plates. And to drink? Seasonally-changing spirits, biodynamic wines and local brews are all on hand to complete the experience.

The Cosy Club Bristol

1 user review 5

This stunning restaurant isn't only winning points for its gorgeous interiors- although it is one hell of a looker - but it's also nailing it on the vegan front. Offering up an entire menu of cruelty-free plates, The Cosy Club has got diners covered from brunch through to dessert, with a bite of tapas and dinner in between. 

Housed inside a Grade II-listed building, Mowgli is serving up style and substance with their incredible selection of Indian eats. Boasting potentially one of the biggest and tastiest vegan-friendly menus in Bristol, this stunner will have you feasting on treacle tamarind fries, tea-steeped chickpeas and puri galore. 

Thought The Real Greek was mainly meat? Think again, because the Mediterranean eatery has a dedicated menu just for you. There's a decent selection of souvlaki wraps, salads and hot and cold mezze, as well as luxury sorbet desserts.

Sorting out all your junk food cravings, Burger Theory is a mecca when it comes to gut-busting comfort food. Tofu and quinoa patties, vegan smoked cheddar and Korean-fried cauliflower are just some of the mouth-watering meals coming out of this St Stephen's Street kitchen. 

If you think you've had great meat-free Mexican food, you need to pay Masa + Mezcal a visit. Following a farm-to-fork ethos, this restaurant has some of the freshest food going, including highlights such as cauliflower ceviche and spring pea tostadas with coconut sour cream and peanut salsa, all washed down with a lot of mezcal.

Bar 44's got a menu featuring the likes of caramelised heritage carrots topped with hazelnut and green herbs, padron peppers cooked in sea salt and patatas bravas, making this Regent Street favourite ideal for carnivores and herbivorous alike.

The Canteen is a one-stop-shop for all things drinking, dining and live music. Championing a sustainable and ethical approach to cooking, the kitchen knocks up a locally-farmed menu of healthy vegetarian and vegan plates, whilst the fish and meat used are responsibly sourced.