Cafe Kino

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Cafe Kino

Co-operative café in the heart of Stokes Croft specialising in vegan and vegetarian food and drink

You can’t get much more Bristol than this Stokes Croft workers’ co-operative café. All whitewashed walls and stylishly stark globe pendant lights, Kino is ethically run with an inclusive community vibe that encourages political engagement, chat between strangers and all sorts of experimental gigs in the basement.

Upstairs this place is a-buzz from morning to night with a cheerful hotch-potch of students, musos, hippy mums and laptop-tapping freelancers taking advantage of the free wifi.

The menu is entirely vegan but carnivorous types would be wise to leave any preconceptions at the door. Breakfast is a highlight, with flavoursome meat-free fry ups (crispy hash browns, garlic mushrooms, facon) our pick of the bunch. Wash it down with a soya latte (though they do make an exception for cow’s milk in drinks if you prefer) and watch the rest of the world rush to work through the massive floor-to-ceiling windows.

Breakfast is served until a civilised 2pm and joined by a simple menu of soups, salads, burgers from lunchtime onwards.

By: Emma Howarth


Venue name: Cafe Kino
Address: 108 Stokes Croft
Opening hours: Daily 10am-10.30pm
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