Adam and Eve pub

7 Hope Chapel Hill, Hotwells, Bristol, BS8 4ND

The Adam and Eve pub just off Hotwells Road serves local ale and really good homemade food – some of which is local. Not to mention having a really nice atmosphere and friendly staff. JS adds: The menu changes regularly to reflect seasonal availability, and includes local fare such as Gloucester Old Spot sausages. It’s a short menu, with only one veggie option, but when … Read more Adam and Eve pub

Arch House Deli

Boyce's Avenue, Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4AA

It is no exaggeration to say that ethical foodie heaven can be found under the arch in Clifton village. The business, which Debbie Atherton and David Greenman bought in November 2009, won the 2009 ‘Discover the Origin’ award organised by Speciality Food Magazine to raise awareness and publicise the importance of food provenance in delis and independent stores throughout the UK. It is the sole … Read more Arch House Deli

Arnolfini Café/Bar

16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA

The Arnolfini have teamed up with Barny Haughton (Bordeaux Quay), a leading light in the Bristol restaurant scene for more than 20 years, to run the Café Bar. There is an Italian/Mediterranean focus to the food, with the emphasis on local fresh produce and sustainable practices. Visitors can also look forward to additional themed menus complementing events at Arnolfini. Local producers and other trusted suppliers … Read more Arnolfini Café/Bar

Ashton Fruit Shop

269 North Street, Southville, Bristol, BS3 1JN

Good range of local, seasonal produce. Ashton Fruit Shop try to source locally wherever possible, and everything is well-labelled. Stock turnover is high, and sometimes labelling does not keep pace with the change, so ask if uncertain – the staff are always helpful. Fair trade bananas usually available.

Bakers & Co

193 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8BG

Bakers & Co is a great addition to the Gloucester road, a café serving breakfast, brunch and lunch, delicious cakes and coffee. Food is made from scratch in the open plan kitchen and is “inspired by our travels and particularly San Francisco’s vibrant cafe scene”. Baker & Co’s menu changes daily depending on season and inspiration. Sourdough bread is baked on site daily and so … Read more Bakers & Co

Better Food Company (St Werburghs)

Proving House, Sevier Street, St Werburghs, Bristol, BS2 9QS

Fruit & veg with good seasonal crop availablity and range – much grown in the Community Farm’s fields in the Chew Valley. Wide range of other foods including dairy, meat and dry goods. Scrummy deli and all organic! Clear labelling; affordable local produce in the inner city; and cardboard takeaway boxes. Their veg box scheme is now being operated by the Community Farm www.betterfood.co.uk/communityfarm/ There … Read more Better Food Company (St Werburghs)

Better Food Company (Whiteladies Road)

94 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2QX

Fruit & veg with good seasonal crop availablity and range – much grown in the Community Farm’s fields in the Chew Valley. Wide range of other foods including dairy, meat and dry goods. Scrummy deli and all organic! Clear labelling; affordable local produce in the inner city; and cardboard takeaway boxes. Their veg box scheme is now being operated by the Community Farm www.betterfood.co.uk/communityfarm/ There … Read more Better Food Company (Whiteladies Road)

Biblos on the Hill

225 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NN

Biblos on the Hill is a new addition to the Gloucester Road but not to Bristol, already being well established in St Werburghs and Stokes Croft. Biblos on the Hill occupies the original Gloucester road site of Zazu’s Kitchen and benefits from a sun terrace and bar selling fine wines, rum and beers. Flatbread sandwich wraps with marinaded meats, vegetables, halloumi and falafel are the … Read more Biblos on the Hill

Bordeaux Quay

V Shed, Canon's Road, Bristol, BS1 5LL

Bordeaux Quay is not just a posh restaurant upstairs, and a cheaper brasserie downstairs, it is also a bar, deli, bakery and cookery school. In November 2011, Bordeaux Quay became the first Bristol restaurant to receive the highest possible national award for its all round sustainability, when it was one of only 19 restaurants in the UK to be recognised as a Three Star Sustainability … Read more Bordeaux Quay

Boston Tea Party

75 Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5PF

A small chain of seven family-run cafés based in the West Country. Boston Tea Party source ethically-sound product suppliers, offer fairly-traded coffee, use organic milk in coffee and tea, use only free range fresh meat eggs and recycle, reuse reduce whenever possible. 80% of their suppliers are based in the West Country. Takeaway & catering services available. Bristol branches Stokes Croft: 156 Cheltenham Road Clifton: … Read more Boston Tea Party

Brigstow Café

9 Clare Street, Bristol, BS1 1XH

All our cakes are gluten and wheat-free baked by local bakers ensuring they fresh and delicious. We take extra effort in coffee which is supplied by Clifton Coffee, we have our ten different flavoured coffees. Our main product is toasted wraps in which use all local small suppliers such as our tasty falafels which Naked Kitchen produce. We believe in the circle of life and … Read more Brigstow Café

Bristol Cider Shop

Bristol Cider Shop, 7 Christmas Steps, Bristol, BS1 5BS

We source traditionally-made West Country cider, perry, apple and pear juices direct from the farm and everything that we sell is made within 50 miles of Bristol by small independent producers. We sell over 100 varieties of draught and bottled cider and customers are encouraged to bring in their own container to fill up. Hampers and mixed cases are also available, containing a selection of … Read more Bristol Cider Shop

Bristol Sweet Mart

71-75, 76-82, 84 St Mark's Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 6JH

Bristol Sweet Mart was founded in 1978 by Mr Kassam Majothi, a Ugandan refugee. The businesses has since expanded to become a local food shop, wholesale service and deli, selling Indian home-made foods both direct to the public and to over 100 Indian takeaways and restaurants. Sweet Mart stock around 8,000 different products in-store and online. Around 30% of fresh produce and dairy products are … Read more Bristol Sweet Mart

Café Midnimo

163 Ashley Road, St Paul's, Bristol, BS6 5NX

The Midnimo Centre is run by the Somalian community and serves as a multi-cultural meeting place. Midnimo means ‘unity’ which is the ethos for the centre, bringing together different cultures in the community. The café aims to encourage healthy eating with organic fair trade food and drinks. The menu features the main dishes of the local community and what and how we should be eating … Read more Café Midnimo

Chandos Deli (Clifton)

6 Princess Victoria Street, Bristol, BS8 4BP

Chandos Deli, which has branches in Clifton, Henleaze, and the centre, sells wonderful locally roasted Brian Wogan coffee, sandwiches made with local cheeses and hams, and a great range of own-made cakes – the chocolate brownies are especially good, and so are the savoury lunch-sized tarts. Their packaging is low on plastic and often consists of paper bags. Branches at Bristol University gym and students’ … Read more Chandos Deli (Clifton)

Chandos Deli (Henleaze)

97 Henleaze Road, Henleaze, Bristol, BS9 4JP

Chandos Deli, which has branches in Clifton, Henleaze, and the centre, sells wonderful locally roasted Brian Wogan coffee, sandwiches made with local cheeses and hams, and a great range of own-made cakes – the chocolate brownies are especially good, and so are the savoury lunch-sized tarts. Their packaging is low on plastic and often consists of paper bags. Branches at Bristol University gym and students’ … Read more Chandos Deli (Henleaze)

Chandos Deli (Whiteladies Road)

Chandos Deli, which has branches in Clifton, Henleaze, and the centre, sells wonderful locally roasted Brian Wogan coffee, sandwiches made with local cheeses and hams, and a great range of own-made cakes – the chocolate brownies are especially good, and so are the savoury lunch-sized tarts. Their packaging is low on plastic and often consists of paper bags. Branches at Bristol University gym and students’ … Read more Chandos Deli (Whiteladies Road)

Corks of Cotham

54 Cotham Hill, Cotham, Bristol, BS6 6JX

One of the few independent wine merchants in Bristol, Corks stocks a wide range of British beers, with at least 80 varieties available at any one time. And after a rather painful search across Bristol, looking for English wine, I can vouch that they stock more varieties of that than most (four, at the time of shopping). Beers from Bath Ales, Wickwar, Wye Valley, Cotleigh … Read more Corks of Cotham

Dig In

229 Church Road, Redfield, Bristol, BS5 9HL

Dig In sells a tasty selection of fruit & vegetables alongside a range of other food and drink. Where they can, they source locally: apple juices; jams, chutneys and honey from Keynsham; eggs from Chew Valley; ‘Lovely’ fizzy drinks from Barrow Gurney; various fruit vinegars plus 56 different types of dried herbs and flower teas. They also have a small deli selection which includes amongst … Read more Dig In

Earthbound

8 Abbotsford Road, Cotham, Bristol, BS6 6HB

Earthbound sells 90% organic products, but all the vegetables, fruit, bread and milk are organic. Fruit and veg are sourced as locally as possible, with deliveries from organic farms and co-ops in Somerset, Devon, and Wales. Imported produce is not flown. Bread is from Herberts and grocery items are sourced locally where possible, and also where available from small producers, with jams and chutneys from … Read more Earthbound

East Bristol Bakery

112 St Marks Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 6JD

Local bread made from local ingredients, sweet and savoury products as well. Organic eggs, marmalade and jams. Real bread with no unnecessary ingredients. Taditional loaves, daily specials, and tasty sweet treats that include gluten-free and vegan offerings. Bristol Pound trader

Folk House Café

40A Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5JG

The Folk House Café serves a range of hot meals and cold snacks, with the following assurance: ‘At the Folk House Café you can be sure that your food has travelled as little as possible, is produced using sustainable farming practices and gives a fair deal to suppliers.’ They use a lot of local and seasonal food – having lunch there in March I enjoyed … Read more Folk House Café

Food For All Co-operative shop

Unit 4, The Gatehouse Centre, Hareclive Road, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 9JN

Hartcliffe Health & Environment Action Group (HHEAG) is an established community group based in South Bristol. It is managed by residents whose vision is for local people to have the same opportunity as in other communities, to live healthy and fulfilled lives, in a cared-for environment. We are working toward achieving our vision by offering local people a range of activities, advice and information which … Read more Food For All Co-operative shop

Gardners Patch

Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AR

The Bristol store is located on Gloucester Road in Bishopston, close to T&P Murray the Butchers and Coffee #1. The store stocks a very comprehensive selection of fruit and vegetables from basic items to the more exotic. As much as possible all our stock is from local farms.

Grain Barge

Mardyke Wharf, Hotwells Riad, Bristol, BS8 4RU

Part of the Bristol Beer Factory/Tobacco Factory empire, the Grain Barge has transformed the old Shoots floating restaurant into a truly ‘local’ pub. The Grain Barge has been done-up using reclaimed and recycled materials. The bar stocks Thatchers cider plus the full range of Bristol Beer Factory draft real ales – Red, No.7, Sunrise and Exhibition – along with its bottled beers and stout, all … Read more Grain Barge

Harvest Natural Foods

11 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AA

Harvest is part of the worker co-operative Essential Trading Ltd.Our warehouse (or “mother ship” as it is affectionately known) is in Fishponds but a small group of members (only 4 in fact) run the retail side of things in Bishopston. The shop is situated on the Gloucester road, a bustling area full of many independently run small shops, cafes and businesses…… We’re at the bottom … Read more Harvest Natural Foods

Herbert’s Bakery

Wellington Avenue, Montpelier, Bristol, BS6 5HP

A family run bakery since the 1960s, Herbert’s bakes a range of breads and cakes on the Montpelier site using flour from Shipton Mill in Gloucestershire. Organic and non-organic loaves risen overnight are available, which are of excellent quality – proper, substantial dough that keeps well. The raisin danish and the almond croissant are also of exceptional quality.

King’s Arms

168 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2XZ

We use local food suppliers wherever possible – most are within a 5 mile radius, apart from our fish supplier who comes up from Cornwall. Our ales are BOB from Wickwar Brewery in South Gloucestershire and Otter bitter from Exeter. We visit the local wholesale veg market ourselves on a weekly basis and see what is available, so our menu is very seasonal. Sample items: … Read more King’s Arms

La Ruca

89 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AS

Some wholefoods shops seem to contain all the things you want, and others lean more towards things to which you’re almost entirely indifferent. Here, we find Duchy Originals Marmalade, made in Somerset, which is exactly what breakfast asks of us. And there is the Lyme Regis Dark Chocolate Marzipan – once discovered, never forgotten. La Ruca is a family run business of a Health Food … Read more La Ruca

Mark’s Bread & Café

Mark's Bread, 291 North Street, Bristol, BS3 1JU

All bread is made with specialist organic flours from Shipton Mill in Gloucestershire. Some breads are ‘wild breads’, made with levain or sourdough with no commercial yeast. Others are ‘yeasty breads’. All are made by slowly and gently by hand without additives, improvers or stabilizers. Deliveries made by bike to various locations in BS3, including the Tobacco Factory, Riverside Garden Centre, and the Hen & … Read more Mark’s Bread & Café

Nature’s Genius

773A Fishponds Road, Bristol, BS16 3BS

Nature’s Genius stock local products, as well as organic food, supplements, ecological products, gluten/wheat-free products, raw food and vegan food. Locally produced products include: breads from Hobb’s House Bakery, cakes, milk from Jess’s Ladies in Gloucestershire, honey and jewellery.

No.1 Harbourside

No.1 Canons Road, Bristol, BS1 5UH

Champions local suppliers including Bread from Mark’s Bread, Cornish mussels & oysters. 90% of beverages sourced within the UK. Daily changing menus plus free soup with every main meal. Menu includes range of vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options. Bristol Pound trader

Pieminister

24 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3PR

All ingredients for their handmade pies are sourced from the West Country, with the exception of the lemon grass. Only free-range eggs are used in the pastry, and the company has a full traceability policy for all of their ingredients. Their beef comes from 6 farms in Somerset, and their free-range chicken from Gloucestershire. There are seasonal additions to the pie range, including the latest … Read more Pieminister

Poco Bristol

45 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS2 8JP

Poco try to be as ethical as possible in the way we cook. All our ingredients are local, seasonal & organic. Surplus ingredients are made into tasty dishes and given out free with drinks, just like at Spanish tapas bars. Last week a slow roasted pork belly with fennel and lemon juice was on the menu and the leftover meat was made into a stew … Read more Poco Bristol

Pump House

Merchants Road, Hotwells, Bristol, BS8 4PZ

The Pump House has been transformed from a fairly nondescript pub into a top-notch restaurant. A lot of local sourcing, and clear labelling on the menu, plus interesting wild/foraged ingredients. The Pump House also sells (to takeaway) bread, chutneys, cured meats etc, prepared on the premises. Bristol Pound trader

Radford Mill organic farm shop

39–41 Picton Street, Montpelier, Bristol, BS6 5PZ

Radford Mill Farm Shop has been established for many decades as a cutting edge food producer and reseller. Specialising in organic vegetables and wholefoods, the shop and kitchen have also been keen producers of foods for specialist diets and discerning palates. The main aim of the shop is to provide ethically sourced, fine quality foods at prices which reflect a fair living wage for all. … Read more Radford Mill organic farm shop

Rare butchers of Southville (formerly Wherlock’s)

250 North Street, Southville, Bristol, BS3 1JD

Well labelled meats with some local suppliers – Pork from Gloucestershire, Lamb from the Mendips, Sandridge Farm bacon (Wiltshire). Sausages made on the premises eg: Mendip lamb and mint. Chew Valley Eggs, local cheddar and pickles. Look out for the blackboard map which show’s the close location of Rare’s suppliers On Saturdays there is often a queue out of the door, where there is a … Read more Rare butchers of Southville (formerly Wherlock’s)

Redhead’s Smokehouse

Using traditional cold smoking techniques in a back garden in Bishopston, Redhead’s Smokehouse smoke locally produced cheeses. Smoked Garlic and chilli are also available. Stall once a month on Gloucester Road on a forecourt between Pawsons greengrocers and Dave Giles butchers Saturdays, 9.30am–1.30pm-ish. The stall is weather-dependents, so please email for upcoming dates: redheadssmokehouse@outlook.com

Reg the Veg

6 Boyce's Avenue, Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4AA

Reg the Veg is a Clifton institution, but since September 2009 it has been under new management and it shows. Thomas Hagon, ably assisted by his Dad, John, have bought the business and aim to specialise in local and exotic produce. On their daily visits to market they source as much as possible from local organic farmers, like the farmer from Failand who provides all … Read more Reg the Veg

Roll for the Soul

Unit 2, St Lawrence House, Quay Street, Bristol, BS1 2JL

Roll for the Soul is a non-profit community bike cafe: for Bristol cyclists, by Bristol cyclists. It aims to open in central Bristol in early 2013 and to provide a focal point for the city’s cycling community. It’s a Community Interest Company, and will use surplus revenue to support and promote cycling in Bristol, including making direct financial contributions to The Bristol Bike Project. It … Read more Roll for the Soul

Scoopaway

113 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8AT

Scoopaway is good, clean, scoop action in clear acrylic with no pretension. Gold Hits are on the radio, and it’s lino on the floor. There’s a good selection of local jars here: honey, notably, from Gloucestershire and Avon, plus an all-you-could-ever-want selection of preserves from Keynsham: Lemon Curd, Tartare Sauce, Horseradish… There are the Pertwood Farm cereals from Wiltshire, Welsh Eggs, the Somerset Dairy, and … Read more Scoopaway

Source Food Hall and Café

1-3 Exchange Avenue, St Nicholas Market, Bristol, BS1 1JW

Situated in the heart of Bristol’s historic St Nicholas Market, Source offers a unique food experience where you can buy the freshest produce from the shop and eat from a seasonally changing menu.The daily menu showcases the range of produce available from a network of suppliers whether it is local Old Spot pork or Cornish mackerel. The shop offers the best in fish, meat and … Read more Source Food Hall and Café

Southville Deli

262 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1JA

Wholefoods from Essential Trading. Some local cheeses (Cornish Yarg, Stinking Bishop, Somerset Brie, Somerset Rambler) and dairy products (butter and yoghurt from Yeo Valley/Rachel’s Dairy, organic milk from Somerset Dairies). Martin Pitt free range eggs. Tyrells crisps. Bath Ales, Bristol Beer Factory beer and local ciders. Herbert’s bread and many other local goodies including Bristol chocolates. Monday to Saturday 8.00am-5.30pm, Sunday 10.30am-4.30pm Now also at: … Read more Southville Deli

St Werburghs City Farm Café

St Werburghs City Farm, Watercress Road, Bristol, BS2 9YJ

As much food as possible served at the Café is organic, fair-trade, wild and local, including eggs, meat, vegetables and salad from St Werburghs City Farm. Open 6 days a week 10am-4pm Winter 10am-5pm Summer (closed Tuesdays) Available for private evening functions Leona, who runs the café, came second in the UKTV Food Local Hero 2007 Awards and in March 2008 won the Observer Food … Read more St Werburghs City Farm Café

Stoneground

5 The Mall, Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4DP

As its name would imply, this shop in the heart of Clifton Village puts a huge emphasis on all that is wholesome and as far as possible, local. Just check out this list of just some of their locally produced produce: Bordeaux Quay bread, Manor Farm milk (organic and unhomogenised), Barrington Park organic free-range eggs, Pieminster pies, Leigh Court Farm organic vegetables and cheeses from … Read more Stoneground

The Bristol Sausage Shop

28–30 The Glass Arcade, St Nicholas Markets, Bristol, BS1 1LJ

Although the staff at the Bristol Sausage Shop say that we ‘shouldn’t put local ahead of quality’, having farming regions on all sides means that both criteria can be met without too much difficulty. The shop can boast that 98% of their ingredients are sourced locally, and then compounded into sausages by a butcher in Cirencester, which according to the map is somwhere near Gloucester. … Read more The Bristol Sausage Shop

The Canteen

Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY

The Canteen, the new café on the ground floor of Hamilton House combines a warm and lively atmosphere with good food and drink that is also good value for money. There is a rotating menu of main dishes (usually for around £5) made of ‘locally sourced and organic food where possible’ and soup and bread comes with the meal. The meals consist of main dish … Read more The Canteen

The Elephant Public House

St Nicholas Street, Bristol, BS1 1UB

Simple, rustic and uncomplicated local food served in a top quality, city centre pub. Most meats supplied by Bury Hill Farm, North Bristol. Sausages come from the Bristol Sausage shop in the nearby St Nicholas market, and we champion local or at least West Country suppliers where possible. Drinks from: Cottage Brewery (Castle Cary, Nr Glastonbury) – various guest ales Great Western Brewery (Hambrook, Bristol) … Read more The Elephant Public House

The Hare on the Hill

41 Thomas Street North, Bristol, BS2 8LX

An excellent Bath Ales pub within 100 yards of the excellent Hillgrove. Run by Paul the former manager of The Wellington on Gloucester Road under whose management the pub won CAMRA Bristol pub of the year twice running. He moved to the Hare simply because it is his local pub. Excellent environment, live music on a regular basis and, needless to say, great, locally brewed, … Read more The Hare on the Hill

The Runcible Spoon

3 Nine Tree Hill, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3SB

A brand new collectively-run seasonal restaurant, now open in Bristol’s vibrant Stokes Croft district. Affordable lunch & dinner set menu that changes daily, a multi-course banquet on Saturdays and a proper roast Sunday lunch, all with vegetarian/vegan option on request. All produce is seasonal and sustainable, and locally sourced from small-scale producers where possible. The team behind the restaurant also run a permaculture project – … Read more The Runcible Spoon

The Star and Dove

75 St Luke's Road, Totterdown, Bristol, BS3 4RY

The Star and Dove are on a mission to bring historic British food back to life. We are constantly trying to push boundaries and redefine how people view our food heritage. Landlords, Leigh Pascoe, Timothy Denny and Matthew Duggan main focus is on British Heritage Cookery, tirelessly researched to ensure all dishes deliver a genuine and accurate eating experience. We offer unique dining with recipes … Read more The Star and Dove

The Swan, Wedmore

The Swan, Cheddar Road, Wedmore, Somerset, BS28 4EQ

We have recently achieved a 2 star rating with the Sustainable Restaurant Association and been awarded a Gold award from the Soil Association for their Food For Life Catering Award. And most excitingly we are the South West’s regional winner in the Good Food Guide’s Readers’ Restaurant of the Year Award 2012. Tom Blake, our head chef (who came to us from the River Cottage … Read more The Swan, Wedmore

The Thali Café (Clifton)

1 Regent Street, Clifton, Bristol, 0117 974 3793

Winners of the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Cheap Eats’ award 2010, and Radio 4’s Food and Farming ‘Best takeaway’; co-owner Sid Sharma also walked away with Bristol City Council’s inaugural local food award. The menus are seasonal, sustainable and very simple. There is a choice between two Thalis – balanced plates of 5 different dishes. Depending on which of their restaurants you’re dining in, the … Read more The Thali Café (Clifton)

The Thali Café (Easton)

64-66 St Marks Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 6JH

Winners of the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Cheap Eats’ award 2010, and Radio 4’s Food and Farming ‘Best takeaway’; co-owner Sid Sharma also walked away with Bristol City Council’s inaugural local food award. The menus are seasonal, sustainable and very simple. There is a choice between two Thalis – balanced plates of 5 different dishes. Depending on which of their restaurants you’re dining in, the … Read more The Thali Café (Easton)

The Thali Café (Montpelier)

12 York Road, Montpelier, Bristol, BS6 5QE

Winners of the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Cheap Eats’ award 2010, and Radio 4’s Food and Farming ‘Best takeaway’; co-owner Sid Sharma also walked away with Bristol City Council’s inaugural local food award. The menus are seasonal, sustainable and very simple. There is a choice between two Thalis – balanced plates of 5 different dishes. Depending on which of their restaurants you’re dining in, the … Read more The Thali Café (Montpelier)

The Thali Café (Southville)

Tobacco Factory, North Street, Southville, Bristol, BS3 1TF

Winners of the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Cheap Eats’ award 2010, and Radio 4’s Food and Farming ‘Best takeaway’; co-owner Sid Sharma also walked away with Bristol City Council’s inaugural local food award. The menus are seasonal, sustainable and very simple. There is a choice between two Thalis – balanced plates of 5 different dishes. Depending on which of their restaurants you’re dining in, the … Read more The Thali Café (Southville)

The Thali Café (Totterdown)

1 William Street, Totterdown, Bristol, BS3 4TU

Winners of the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Cheap Eats’ award 2010, and Radio 4’s Food and Farming ‘Best takeaway’; co-owner Sid Sharma also walked away with Bristol City Council’s inaugural local food award. The menus are seasonal, sustainable and very simple. There is a choice between two Thalis – balanced plates of 5 different dishes. Depending on which of their restaurants you’re dining in, the … Read more The Thali Café (Totterdown)

The Traditional Beef Company

The Traditional Beef Company is a small family run business based on our Farm in Farley, Wiltshire. All our beef animals are reared and sold direct from the farm. We deliver to Bristol as well as attending the Whiteladies Road Market on Saturdays. www.traditional-beef.co.uk

Tobacco Factory café/bar

The Tobacco Factory café always tries to use local suppliers and some organic ingredients where possible. An important part of their philosophy is to support independent businesses that give variety and character to an area, and keep money circulating locally – the ‘Strike a light for Independents’ campaign. The bar has Bristol Beer Factory beers from literally over the road; Bath Ales and local cider. … Read more Tobacco Factory café/bar

Turners Farm Shop

Siston Common, Warmley, Bristol, BS30 5LS

We sell local produce from local businesses as well as our own produce (seasonal) from our own farm garden. Our own free range eggs. We bake most of our pies, cakes, bread from the local bakery, milk from an organic family run herd in Gloucestershire. Beer from Wickwar Brewery, Ciders from Thatchers and Moles, English wines and sparkling Perry from Cornwall Homemade pickles and chutneys … Read more Turners Farm Shop

Tyntesfield café and restaurant

Tyntesfield estate, Wraxall, Bristol, BS48 1NX

As well as the spectacular Victorian house, chapel, gardens and woodland (National Trust), Tyntesfield re-opens for 2011 on 28 February with a brand new visitor centre, complete with a restaurant, café, shop and family play area. The original model farm buildings have been converted with agricultural details in tact, which creates a pretty unique dining experience. In the restaurant for example the iron cattle stalls … Read more Tyntesfield café and restaurant

Watershed Café/Bar

1 Canon's Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5TX

The Watershed menu has been ‘localised’ by Phil Haughton (Better Food Company). Ingredients are now sourced ethically and sustainably from suppliers in the South West. Meat from Powells of Olveston, fruit & veg from the Community Farm in the Chew Valley, fish supplied by Wing of St Mawes in Cornwall. The wine list leans heavily on South American, South African and New World wines, but … Read more Watershed Café/Bar

Whiteladies Road Farmers Market

Corner of Whiteladies Road and Apsley Road

Now running on the first and third Saturdays of the month, this market started in the summer of 2006 and is going from strength to strength. Organised by local residents’ group Sustainable Redland, and held on the corner of Whiteladies Road and Apsley Road. Please note that from April 2010, the regular market dates changed to the first and third Saturdays of the month 8.30am-2pm … Read more Whiteladies Road Farmers Market

Wild Oats

9-11 Lower Redland Road, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6TB

For those who prefer that human touch, to handle real products and talk to genuinely friendly real people, Wild Oats is a Real Shop – for all your Real Foods. Real Groceries, Frankenstein-free and Organic Food Supplements. Wild Oats Natural Food Store sell award-winning organic breads, natural and organic foods – both vegetarian and vegan, a wide range of chilled and frozen products, extensive deli, … Read more Wild Oats

Windmill Hill City Farm café

Philip Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 4EA

The café serves wholesome and tasty food, freshly prepared using our own farm produce wherever possible and is served by our friendly and welcoming staff. The menu changes regularly and we offer meat and vegetarian main meals as well as sandwiches, jacket potatoes and other light bites. We serve fair-trade coffee, tea and sugar along with an extensive range of organic herbal teas and soft … Read more Windmill Hill City Farm café

Zazu’s Kitchen

Zazu's Kitchen, 225 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NR

Zazu’s Kitchen moved from Stokes Croft to the Mall in Clifton, and has lately come to rest on the Gloucester Road. Almost all that Zazu’s Kitchen cooks with is local, ethical and sustainably sourced fresh ingredients. Eggs are free-range, meat is sourced from local butchers, coffee is roasted by Twoday Roasters on St Michael’s Hill. All of the packaging that is used is 100% biodegradable … Read more Zazu’s Kitchen