With news that Harvey Nichols is launching a vegan menu in some of their flagship stores, including the Bristol branch, we take a look at the new menu:
Harvey Nichols state that “To send you on a quest of experimentation, our chefs have been working hard to bring you a meal so good, you’ll forget there’s no meat involved. From aromatic chickpea, beetroot and dill fritters with soya yoghurt tzatziki to a potato and coconut bonda with tamarind-spiced chickpeas, pilaf rice and a coriander and mint dressing, vegan food is about to top your list of foodie favourites.”
They’ve even sourced vegan wines to perfectly compliment the new menu. You can check out the new sample menu here.
Philadelphia Street, Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BZ
The Second Floor Restaurant offers fantastic fine dining for both lunch and dinner, and its bar provides a chic setting in which to relax with friends over a couple of cocktails.
Root, Wapping Wharf
Cargo 1, Gaol Ferry Steps, Bristol, BS1 6WP
Root is a restaurant from Eat Drink Bristol Fashion that serves primarily vegetarian dishes with meat and fish on the side.
Millennium Square, Bristol
They are offering 2-4-1 vegan main meals throughout the month of January. Choose from dishes like ‘Beetroot, Avocado & Cranberry Ensalada – Avocado, dried cranberries, baby spinach & coriander, tossed in a poppy seed dressing with a spiced beetroot salsa & sprinkled with candied spiced almonds – yum! Veggie Chilli (ask for vegan) – Sweet potato, butternut squash & chickpeas braised with spiced tomatoes, served with spring onion rice, soft wheat tortillas & pink pickled onion.’ Find out more…
Jamaica Street Stores
Modern, produce-focused food and drink in an informal environment.
Bearpit, Bristol (closed until Feb 7th)
Flow takes a more contemporary approach to vegetarian cuisine. Showcasing the best in locally produced and foraged ingredients, our small team strives to provide interesting and diverse plant based plates in a relaxed, welcoming space.
Diners following a vegan diet can eat with ease at all fourteen Stable locations across the country. By choosing any of the vegetarian options on the menu, the chefs can make a simple swap for a vegan-friendly cheese to make it completely animal-free. Alternatively, diners are welcome to customise any of The Stable’s signature pizzas on offer to suit their dietary needs.
Southville, Easton, Clifton, Montpelier & Totterdown
In rural India, where the Thali meal originates, people use seasonal, local, organic food out of necessity and recycle as much as they can because they can’t afford to waste it. Thali adopted the Indian mantra of ‘jugaad’ (do more with less) and became the first Indian restaurant group to be awarded a Three Star Sustainability Champion Rating by the Sustainable Restaurant Association in 2013.
Maitreya Social is a friendly, neighbourhood veggie and vegan restaurant in the heart of Easton, that has been established since 2001