Pitchfork Cafe at Bristol's Cider Box with a multi course tapas menu, fundraising for Sims Hill Shared Harvest
Advance tickets only, sold by table
Pitchfork Cafe are back to serve up another multi-course, fully plant based seasonal feast, this time at the Cider Box. With its excellent selection of locally made craft ciders and its central location under the arches, it's a great venue for a cider paired menu of Spanish specialities.
* Fermented fennel slaw, olives, pickles
* Mushrooms braised in sherry on toast
* Celeriac croquettes
* Charred hispi with creamy garlic sauce
* Patatas bravas with aioli
* Ajo blanco
* Smokey pumpkin rice with toasted almonds
* Pudding choice:
Hazelnut chocolate tart with hazelnut praline ice cream
or Crema catalana
Tickets will be by table OR a space at a shared table (of 6-8), plus booking fee, and not include ciders which will be available to buy on the night either as a flight to accompany the food or as individual drinks.
Proceeds will be donated to Sims Hill Shared Harvest's project working with people affected by the migration system, asylum seekers and refugees on their site in North Bristol. The core aim has been to provide training and greater access to the land we farm and the food we produce. Sims Hill recognises the huge racial disparity in the UK farming sector, with BAME widely underrepresented, and are committed to ending racism and disrupting some of the structural inequalities and barriers to food justice.
Bringing delicious, affordable, seasonal vegan feasts to you - Pitchfork Cafe host regular nights in different venues around Bristol and the surrounding area that promote tasty plant based food and community eating.
We like to cook food with ingredients that are bountiful and seasonal; foraging and using fresh ingredients and experimenting with flavours whilst avoiding pretentious menus!
We've developed our love for food and communal eating in varied settings: from cafes and restaurants such as Roll for the Soul and Bell's Diner, to drag themed performances dinners and field kitchens that are feeding thousands of hungry activists.
Any profits made after costs are donated to grassroots projects and organising.