Vegetarian & Vegan Restaurants in Bristol

If you fear you're going to be limited when it comes to vegetarian and vegan food and places to eat in Bristol, think again. No matter what style of cuisine tickles your tastebuds, you're sure to find an excellent selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes. 

Have a stroll through St Nicholas Market to sample the range of veggie street food treats on offer, including Nepalese momos, Moroccan stews, Szechuan noodles and falafel salad boxes. You’ll often find a range of plant-based street food traders at Bristol’s weekly markets dotted across the city, where you can sample everything from celeriac burgers to vegetarian dumplings. 

If you're looking to dine in, enjoy vegetarian dishes and live music at The Canteen, delicious plant-based pasta at Pastan, a range of Indian snacks and curries at Talwar Express, and a dedicated vegan menu at Three Brother Burgers. Don’t miss Root in Wapping Wharf, where vegetables are given the star billing. 

You'll also find many dedicated vegan and vegetarian businesses across the city, including Cafe Kino in Stokes Croft, Caribbean cafe Fi Real on Old Market and colourful mezze restaurant Koocha. For your vegan junk food fix, visit VeBurger, VX Bristol or the award-winning Oowee Vegan

For even more inspiration head over to our guide to the best vegan food in Bristol or keep an eye out for our Food Friday features on Instagram and Facebook for more recommendations from local people. 

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