Suggested Refugee Food Outlets

Baraka Community Cafe cooks healthy, vegetarian food with ingredients supplied by Fareshare Bristol. Our flavours come from around the world, we use a lot of herbs, pomegranate, lemon and rice and love to combine cuisines to create delicious meals. We aim to train and enable people, especially refugees and asylum seekers to have better qualifications, social lives and more of a sense of community where they live. 

Houria serves Afro-vegan feasts to Bristol, with heart and soul. We are a Pan-African food social enterprise that promotes the freedom and skills of refugee women and survivors of mordern slavery. Our food is both opulent and fresh, bringing authentic and interesting flavours to Bristol from all over Africa. 

Somali Kitchen is a group of Somali women living in Easton who want to promote fresh, nutritious food and a thriving, affordable local food culture in Easton. At Somali kitchen we cook all our food from fresh using traditional Somali food ingredients.

Lawa is a new middle eastern grill house and juice bar. Using fresh ingredients and traditional cooking methods to make delicious mezze, kebabs, Dolma and Kofta and fresh fruit juices made in house. 

These are the groups who have indicated they could help with events on 20th June but there are other outlets available.