Time Out says
Generous servings of quality vegetarian Middle Eastern food in one of Bristol's most unassuming locations
Operating from a kiosk in Castle Park, Edna’s Kitchen certainly gives falafel-fancier's favourite Eat A Pitta a run for its money. Modest it might be, but the food certainly packs a punch.
All the dishes are vegetarian, and are crafted by Israeli-born Edna’s own fair hands. Choose from meze salad boxes packed with crunchy salad, falafel, tabbouleh and freshly made hummus, a herby Israeli omelette, aubergine and egg salad, or if you’re lucky Edna’s special shakshuka (eggs baked in a spicy tomato sauce). Whatever you choose, you can be sure it will be full of flavour and generous in size.
While there are a few tables and chairs outside the kiosk, this is the kind of food you’d sooner take back to the office or the park than eat in. Most dishes are priced at around £4, while the meze box is full to the brim and still comes in at under a fiver – perfect for a quick shopping pit-stop or swift lunch break from work.