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Cafe Maitreya

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May 1, 2017
Unique Vegetarian restaurant famous for its insanely tasty vegetarian food
August 24, 2015
Award winning vegetarian restaurant.
September 9, 2017
Iconic Vegetarian restaurant.
Becky & Rachel
Becky & Rachel
March 6, 2015
Brilliant vegetarian restaurant.
March 16, 2017
award winning vegetarian restaurant
July 15, 2016
Delicious, award-winning vegetarian food.
December 30, 2015
Delicious food you should try even if you're not a vegetarian or vegan!
September 29, 2015
Brilliant Vegetarian Restaurant
April 22, 2015
Fantastic vegetarian and vegan restaurant
July 19, 2017
The best quality Vegetarian option Great for sharing plates Can be pricey

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“The Plough lots of music... DJ nights and live bands sometimes often fundraisers for a variety of causes..... home to the Easton Cowboys a socialist anarchist sports club very friendly and lively pub open late.”
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“The One-Stop Thali is a trendy award-winning restaurant with a tasty and small menu of Indian food, including veggie and vegan options. It has a café/coffee-shop vibe and is popular with mums with pre-school kids in the morning and at lunchtime, and couples and groups of friends in the evening. They also have a small range of beer and wine, although it's not really a place to go for just a drink.”
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“St Werburghs is a great little community nestled between the M32 motorway, railway embankments and allotment slopes. The City Farm provides a green oasis and adds pigs, goats, sheep, ducks, hens and rabbits to the list of St Werburghs residents. St Werburghs even has a couple of listed buildings – the climbing centre set within a Fifteenth century Church on Mina Road and one of Bristol’s most historic public urinals! The majority of properties in the area are two and three bedroom homes. Among the rows of these red brick terraced houses is a real feel of a ‘green village’ within the inner city. At the end of Mina Road you’ll find 2.1 acres of concrete slab that have been turned into a sustainable house-building project. If you are interested in architecture then you must visit this eco home haven. If you take a stroll further down Mina Road you will find a great little park and a community of local shops. While St Werburghs may not be the most well-known Bristol suburb, it is certainly one of the most cherished”
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“Our nearest large park, about five minutes walk away past the cemetery, BS5 6XA. There's not much in the way of sights, although the lakes at the bottom and the old lido are worth a look, and there is a decent playground. There are occasional festivals held there in the summer, but the park is most popular with runners because there is a one mile route marked around it. It's also possible to walk all the way out to the countryside by going from the bottom of Eastville park and following the Frome River through Snuff Mills up to Frenchay Common and on into the countryside. Alternatively you can turn off before Snuff Mills and explore Stoke Park instead, with nice views over the M32 and beyond.”
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89 Saint Mark's Road
Bristol, Avon BS5 6HY
Sími0117 951 0100