From Bath we took a train to Bristol.
Our first steps in Bristol took us to the St. Nicholas Market, were we found the Royce Rolls:
It’s like arriving in vegan heaven:
Check out all the V’s. This was mine:
For diner we went to the café Kino. It’s a co-op restaurant, that claims to be vegan. You don’t have much choice, but this Kino burger was surely good enough for me:
Again I couldn’t resist to take some dessert that I took back to our hostel:
Also these 2 chocolat truffels I couldn’t resist. The chocolat bar was a gift from the guy behind the counter:
We liked the place so much we went back for breakfast and had some more of those delicious muffins. Normally we wanted to go for a real english breakfast: with v-sausages, v-bacon, beans, …. But they don’t start before 10h. At that time I was already awake for some hours and I really needed to eat something. There was also another place in the same street that promised a totally vegan breakfast but when we arrived at 9.30 it was still closed, we checked later at 11, and it was still closed.
That evening we went to this restaurant: Cafe Maitreya .
Although the food was good and the dessert super, it was a very long distance to walk. Also we had to walk through a neighbourhood in which you don’t feel comfortable when it’s getting dark. To my surprise the riots in Bristol 2 days later didn’t start overthere but in the street of café Kino.
We also did other things than eating, like looking around in Bristol:
Next post: all the goodies I brought back!