A previously empty kiosk in Bristol has been transformed into a vegan eatery serving ‘what’s popular and what people want’, as well as organising vegan events for the streets of the city.
New vegan restaurants, cafes and bars are popping up all over the city of Bristol, and now a brand new vegan eatery has opened by the harbourside serving up a mouth-watering selection of sweet and savoury dishes.
Victoria Holden from party brand Alfresco Disco runs the vegan food stand, which is simply named Kiosk. She told BristolLive: ‘We want to reignite a bit of life into the area as it’s a great space overlooking the river.’ She said: ‘We’ve already got a few regulars and some people have come just to try out mushroom balls as they’ve heard great things about them, which is really positive.’
Other than the popular mushroom balls, the menu boasts a whole range of vegan treats, including wraps, cashew mac ‘n’ cheese, loaded fries, cakes and milkshakes loaded with oreos, cream and unicorn sprinkles.
Head chef Luke is in the process of inventing entirely new dishes, too. The Kiosk team plans to invest in a coffee machine and develop an entirely new winter menu. The food will be made of fresh and locally sourced ingredients, and the plant-based milk used in the porridge and coffee will be handmade in the kiosk itself.
As well as this, Holden plans to host numerous events outside of Kiosk over the coming months, including a Christmas market and various forms of live music.
Kiosk is currently open from Tuesday to Friday from 12pm to 4pm in Welsh Back, Bristol, but hopes to extend its evening hours to meet the high demand from customers.
Follow them on Facebook (@kioskwelshback) to find out more.
Image credit: Kiosk/Instagram