New vegan junk-food restaurant Seitans Corner to open in Bristol

Read Time:   |  9th December 2020

There's a new vegan spot opening in Bristol, called Seitans Corner. It's time to bring out your devilish side!

Who cares if you’re on Santa’s naughty list – you’ll feel right at home in Bristol’s newest vegan spot, Seitans Corner.

Opening on Zetland Road in the next couple of weeks, Seitans Corner will specialise in proper dirty vegan junk food, with a range of burgers, mac n cheese, and vegan beers.

The menu is devised with a hellish theme, including items such as the ‘Beezlebub Burger’ and ‘Hell Freezes Over’. Our favourite burger on the menu features a seitan patty with cheese, crispy rice paper bacon, bbq sauce and a beer-battered onion ring. Surely it’s not just our mouths that are watering?

Opening a restaurant during Covid-19

Owner Seb Marvani told Bristol Live, “Tier 3 has made opening a new restaurant a little tricky but we’re now finalising a few bits and bobs before opening in the next couple of weeks.

“I’m chomping at the bit to get going and can’t wait to show off our menu, which we think both vegans and meat-eaters will enjoy.”

It’s definitely not easy to open a restaurant during a worldwide pandemic, so massive kudos to Seb and his team!

Vegan in Bristol

As a thriving cultural destination, Bristol is a haven for vegans. With other junk food spots such as Deliveroo’s Restaurant Award winner Oowee Vegan and VX Bristol, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

If you’re after something a bit more refined, you can treat yourself to a meal at Michelin star restaurant Bulrush. Alternatively, enjoy a leisurely afternoon tea at Earthcake with scones, cakes, finger sandwiches and lashings of tea, coffee or hot chocolate.

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