From breakfast through to dinner, finding food if you’re a plant-based eater doesn’t have to be tricky, especially with a whole host of vegan menus available in Gloucester.
Quashing preconceptions of boring salads, our menus feature tasty treats such as towering burgers, cheesy chips, spicy curries, and decadent desserts, ensuring that there’s something for everyone.
Sponsored by the Guildhall Bar & Kitchen, get ready for some seriously delicious vegan inspiration from these seven eateries.
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Located at Gloucester’s leading live music venue, the Guildhall Bar & Kitchen is a great place to visit for a spot to eat whilst in the city – and with a dedicated vegan menu, it’s perfect for plant-based diners.
Light lunches encompass sandwiches, toasties, and jacket potatoes with fillings such as humous and olive tapenade; vegan cheese and tomato; and pan-fried mushrooms. For main meals, tempting choices include Homemade Falafel with onion rings, pitta bread, and red pepper dip; and a Seasonal Vegan Pâté made from roasted pepper, butternut squash and lentils, served with homemade chutney, oat cake and salad.
For the final touch add a side dish such as Cajun chips, cheesy chips, olives, falafel or green chutney. What’s more as each dish is made fresh to order, the majority of items on the main menu can be changed into vegan alternatives at a customer’s request.
Serving up quality food and drink in Gloucester, Guru Coffee House champions quality and local ingredients in its dishes, taking care to cater for all with its impressive vegan offering.
Whether you’re craving sweet or savoury, the menu spans breakfasts, grilled burgers and hot dogs, healthy food bowls, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, desserts, pancakes and waffles, making it ideal whatever the time, whatever you fancy.
Head to Portivo Lounge in Gloucester Quays for delicious dining within a stylish setting – and a great vegan menu featuring everything from tapas to burritos, with some sweet treats available too.
Highlights include the Vegan Breakfast with falafel, hash browns, baked beans, slow-roasted tomato, sautéed mushrooms, spinach, wood-roasted peppers and toast; the Pulled Jackfruit Burger with roasted garlic veganaise, red onion and barbecue sauce in a sourdough bun; and a Mexican Superbowl with black beans, guacamole, roasted sweet potato and butternut squash, served with lime and coriander rice and salsa.
A cheesy pizza isn’t off the menu in Gloucester thanks to Fat Toni’s takeaway, where alternative diets aren’t a problem. With a vegan chef on the team, the eatery is dedicated to finding new ideas and tasty food options, and vegan cheese can be swapped for no extra charge.
The tasty menu features a classic Margherita; Sicilian Caponata with spiced aubergine, toasted pine nuts, sultanas and rocket; Alice in Wonderland with fresh chopped tomatoes, sautéed wild mushrooms, marjoram and roast asparagus; a simple but delicious Marinara, and more.
A popular franchise with an outpost in Gloucester Quays, Bill’s has a number of vegan options on its menu, making it a great place to enjoy a tasty breakfast, leisurely lunch or delicious dinner.
Offerings on the menus include a Rustic Butternut Squash Stew with chargrilled red peppers and onions, mixed grains and kale; Ancient Grain Bowl asparagus, charred broccoli, roasted cherry tomatoes, avocado, tapenade and a lemon dressing; and toasted focaccia with hummus and olives.
A family-run Thai restaurant in the centre of Gloucester, Bangkok Canteen champions locally-sourced produce, using gluten free, organic and vegan ingredients where possible, including its beers and wines.
Enjoy vegan meals such as Tom Yam hot and sour clear soup with mushrooms; Pak Tempura battered vegetables with sweet chilli sauce; Kang Dang red curry with tofu and vegetables; and Pad Kra Praw stir-fry with chilli, garlic, mushroom, basil leaves and tofu.
A popular pub with its own microbrewery, Brewhouse & Kitchen is located in Gloucester Quays, providing a trendy setting for drinks and dining in the heart of the city – and good news, as its menu features a whole host of plant-based dishes.
Vegan meals are clearly marked on the menu, with highlights such as Korean BBQ Breaded Tofu with Asian slaw and crushed peanuts; Falafel and Beet Burger with chipotle crema, sweet beetroot, relish and dill pickle; Sri Lankan Vegetable Curry; and a Chocolate and Coconut Tart with vegan vanilla ice-cream and toasted coconut.
Tuesday 10 July 2018
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