Strictly vegan food that even meat-lovers will adore from this roaming pop-up restaurant
This pop-up restaurant has won the hearts of many vegans in Bristol. The team are currently looking for a suitable permanent premises, but in the meantime keep a close eye on their website and social media channels to find out when and where the next pop-up will be.
They specialise in turning fruit and vegetables into exciting new creations, throwing every trick in the book at their dishes to give them extra oomph. They even make their own ‘nutchz’, a nut-based alternative to dairy cheese that is sold on market stalls and used frequently in their cooking.
It’s not unusual to eat their homegrown produce at an event, as sustainability and ethics form a large part of their ethos. While animal welfare is at the heart of everything, with robust dishes such as cheesy polenta with mushrooms and walnuts (made using nutchz, of course), we’re pretty sure that most meat-eaters wouldn’t even notice what they were missing. The venues vary, depending on the event, but the standard of food is consistent.
40 Alfred Place