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GO Vegetarian In Bristol

Vegetarian Restaraunts in Bristol You don’t have to be a vegetarian or vegan to enjoy the wide selection of non-meat restaurants in Bristol.

There’s plenty of vegetarian treats available at Café Maitreya [map] on St Mark’s Road where you can choose from a selection of tasty meals, snacks and organic food. Modern vibrant dishes are served in a modern and vibrant environment and you’ll find plenty of global dishes on the menu. If you’re looking for a stress-free environment in which to dine, then this is definitely an option.

Head over to The Olive Shed [map] at Princess Wharf for a unique food experience brought to you by the Real Olive Company and hosted by co-owner and manager, Charlie Chambers, who combines expertise in Mediterranean cuisine with considerable experience in the catering industry. The Olive Shed is the coming together of fresh ideas by a group of innovative and energetic young people and this means that you have a Mediterranean grocery, café and restaurant right in the centre of Bristol.

The restaurant itself is located along from the Industrial Museum, opposite the Lloyds building and boasts views of the SS Great Britain and beyond. This really is the place for every vegetarian or vegan who is looking for something a little different.

If you’d prefer to follow tradition, there’s a vegetarian restaurant that is more than 16-years-old in Bath. Demuths Vegetarian Restaurant [map] on North Parade Passage serves a cosmopolitan selection of food for both veggies and vegans, whilst jazz and world music plays gently in the background. If you don’t fancy visiting during the evening, why not try a great bumper breakfast first thing in the morning.

Finding a restaurant that will please your meat eating friends as well as offering tempting dishes to vegetarians can be tricky, but there’s a few places in Bristol that specialise in offering solutions to this problem.

Nanny’s House Restaurant [map] on Nine Tree Hill serves traditional dishes with a global-inspired twist. This family-run restaurant is high on service and low on fuss with signature dishes that include game, fish and purely vegetarian meals.

If you fancy something oriental Sampsons Oriental Restaurant [map] in the Holiday Inn Bristol offers something for everyone. There’s an extensive and delicious vegetarian menu here that might just tempt your meat eating friends into turning their back on carnivorous activities for the evening.

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