Aboard Spyglass, Welsh Back, Bristol, BS1 4SB
With just one week left of Veganuary, if you remain unconvinced that a vegan diet is for you, let Three Brothers Burgers’ extensive new plant-based menu convince you. With over seventeen exciting vegan burger options to choose from and just 9 meals left in January to go if you don’t include breakfast, if you want to sample every dish on this brilliant and innovative new menu – and you will want to – you’ll need to turn this Veganuary into a vegan-year. Forget eating ethically, improving your diet, and saving the planet, Three Brothers Burgers’ delicious new plant-based menu is our number one reason to go vegan.
Overlooking Bristol’s beautiful Floating Harbour and the pretty cobbled street on Welsh Back, whether you’re sat on the outside terrace adorned with colourful festoon lights in the spring or summer or inside by the restaurant’s roaring wood fire, come rain or shine, no burger restaurant in Bristol can match the atmosphere or energy of Three Brothers Burgers.
Working closely with Three Brothers Burgers’ head chef, the restaurant’s sous chef Jake Packer, who himself is vegan, wanted to make this already-super-popular burger restaurant truly inclusive and provide Bristol’s vegan foodies, which just last year was named the world’s most popular city for veganism, with some exciting new vegan options to dig their hungry, herbivorous teeth into.
Using their new, succulent plant-based patty which boasts all the texture and flavour of a meat-based burger and comes served in a vegan bun with Three Brothers’ house dressing, baby gem lettuce and red onion, and your choice of enticing vegan extras, you won’t be able to stop yourself from salivating over the likes of Le Frenchie, featuring vegan cheese, caramelised onions and garlic mayonnaise, the Avocado Ranch Burger, with guacamole, fresh tomato, vegan cheese and ranch sauce, and the Mountain Burger, with a double patty, rosti, vegan cheese, crispy onions, gherkins, and American mustard.
Three Brothers Burgers’ vegan chicken burgers are also must-tries. Made using buttermilk-coated seitan ‘chicken’ fried in their own spices, choose from the classic option, with lettuce and spicy mayo, the Smokey Bro, with vegan cheese, facon, BBQ relish and crispy onions, or the Sweet Chilli Burger, coated in sweet chilli, coriander and spring onion, with lettuce and spicy mayo.
The restaurant even introduced its exciting new Chicken Katsu Curry Burger in time for Veganuary just over a week ago made with chicken or vegan seitan ‘chicken’ in panko crumb with lettuce, carrot, radish and katsu sauce. Last month, guests were also treated to their special festive burger, featuring a crispy seitan chicken breast, cranberry mayo dressing, rosti, vegan cheese and honey, rosemary and walnut stuffing.
The new green menu has proven so successful that the restaurant has even seen tables of 20 all ordering off the menu – and if you visit between 12pm and 5pm, you can enjoy their classic vegan burger off their Lunch Deal for just £5, which includes your choice of fries, a side salad, or a soft drink.
View the menu below and make sure to look out for our review of Three Brothers Burgers in our recently released Bristol Food & Drink Guide 2019.