Situated on Gloucester Road in Bristol, Suncraft is a run by a passionate, forward thinking team of entrepreneurs, who also own another establishment across the road, the Gallimaufry.
Suncraft is passionate about friendly plant-based food and as such wanted to focus the restaurant on producing food that is healthy, fresh and ethically sourced. The signage for the establishment was created by award-winning signage artist Ged Palmer and another piece of artwork was commissioned by Ben Afrur and Sophie Bass.
Suncraft doesn’t profess to be 100% totally sustainable but do what they can to ensure everything is ethical and as efficient as possible. They use very little plastic and even some of their tables are made using recycled yoghurt pots. The takeaway containers are also 100% decomposable to reduce waste, and they use environmentally friendly products to clean their restaurant.
Having been open since 2018, Suncraft offers a diverse menu of food and drink that draws inspiration from all corners of the world. Some of their dishes include vegan Ethiopian Lentil Stew with chilli jam, red pepper salsa and flatbread, Coconut Laksa with tempeh, sweet potatoes and noodles, Korean Gochujang Stew with tofu and steamed rice, Vietnamese fried tofu and delicious spiced potato spinach cakes. They also offer delicious vegan salads of soba noodles, broccoli and GABA.
Suncraft’s menu is diverse, delicious and unique, promising an exciting variety of vegan meals that will leave your mouth watering for more.