Vegan isn’t just for Veganuary

Jamie Ellis
January 22, 2020
Vegan isn’t just for Veganuary

Are you going Vegan for January? Well, you’re in the right City! Packed with award winning independents, the Bristol food scene is thriving and holds the title as one of the best vegan friendly places in the UK. Check out some of our DeskLodge top picks and we’re pretty certain you’ll find a new favourite food spot.

Koocha - Gloucester Road

Koocha is a Persian Mezze bar offering a vast range of tasty vegan small plates, we’d definitely recommend trying the rissoles and sweet potato mash! Mezze not your thing? They also have a main menu where you can try the incredibly popular vegan kebabs, hotdogs and dirty fries which you definitely won’t want to share!  



Flow – City Centre

One of Bristol’s best hidden secrets, you’ll find this little gem tucked away in the Bearpit. With an ever changing vegan/vegetarian menu crafted around seasonal, local produce, Flow is renowned as a foodie hot spot.


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Eat Your Greens – Totterdown

This lovely little independent boasts an all vegan menu and mainly serves up brunch and Sunday roasts, not forgetting a counter full of delicious cakes and sweet treats. Check out the Eat Your Greens Instagram.

 “Hand on heart, one of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had, even without eggs!” Anna Smith, DeskLodge


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Oowee Vegan – Baldwin Street & Picton Street

We couldn’t create a blog for Veganuary and not include the almighty Oowee! Haven’t tried one yet? We suggest you should, immediately. Nothing will quite cure your January blues like this.  




Root – Wapping Warf

With a well deserved Michellin star under their belt, Root are masters of the seasonal sharing plates. With a vegetarian/vegan focused menu championing local produce, we’d advise booking your table ASAP.


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Suncraft - Gloucester Road

Based on Gloucester road, Suncraft boast an all vegan, gluten free, health conscious menu with bags of personality. Inspired by flavours around the world you’re guaranteed original, refreshing and vibrant dishes.


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FLIP – North Street, Bedminster

Newest on the scene are FLIP. Located on the popular North Street, they pride themselves as a Café & Deli, serving exceptional roasts, coffee & fresh deli treats. Environmentally conscious, all takeaway food is served in re-usable/compostable containers. They’re going down an absolute treat in Bedmo.


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Café Kino – Stokes Croft

In the heart of Stokes Croft you’ll find Café Kino. With a whole host on offer from vegan food to meeting spaces and music events, this lovely little venue has a real community feel. Oh, and also amazing burgers!


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Vx – East Street, Bedminster

Last but certainly not least, Vx! The very first vegan chain in the UK, you can expect delicious and dirty vegan junk food. Got a craving for a crazy milkshake or a huge amount of carbs? Vx is your go to.  


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