Catering on campus
We advise that you bring your own meals, drinks and snacks to campus. However, we will have some limited catering in place. The range will grow as student numbers increase over the next couple of months:
- B-Zone and C-Zone – A hot drinks and food building will be available outside between the two blocks with a covered seating area.
- D-Zone, G-Zone and E-Zone – A covered external seating area, serviced by a range of street food vendors, will be next to car park nine.
- F-Zone – A small coffee room with snack vending will be in 1F017.
- Optometry and H-Zone – The Hub will open with a limited offer.
- J-Zone – Snack and hot drink vending will be available on the ground floor.
- K-Zone – A small coffee room with snack vending is open in 1K016.
- The Students’ Union at Glenside – Coffee Bar serving Costa coffee, soft drinks and hot food to grab and go, alongside The SU Shop, selling sandwiches, snacks, cold drinks and uni essentials
Zones set up
To keep us safe during coronavirus, Glenside Campus has been split into ‘zones’ to help us manage the number of people in buildings, corridors and toilets. The campus map shows these zones.
Please stay within your zone when accessing catering. If you need refreshments during break times, please visit the nearest catering outlet to the zone you are in and return to your teaching room to eat or drink there. Eating and drinking is allowed in all teaching rooms.
The Hub (H Block)
Providing a full range of hot meals, meal deals, salads, sushi and sandwiches. Also provides a wide selection of hot and cold drinks, snacks and cakes.
The Students' Union Coffee Bar
Serving Costa coffee, a variety of soft drinks, snacks and hot food to grab and go.
- Monday to Friday: 08:00-15:30
The Students' Union shop
Stocking student essentials including groceries, health and beauty products and stationery.
- Monday to Friday: 08:00-15:30
Au Jus - located between B Block and C Block
A choice of succulent roasted meats, served in freshly baked baguettes accompanied with a dipping jus (gravy).
Streetfood community (between the Library/D block and G block)
One street food trader will be selling a wide range of delicious food.
Street food community traders
These street food traders are part of an award-winning community called Bristol Eats. They source local and seasonable food where possible, use as little fuel as possible when cooking,
Please note: Only one of the below street food traders will appear per day
Jikoni East Africa showcases the fantastic food culture of East Africa, with dishes from Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia and Tanzania. From Ethiopia we bring you the unique spice blend 'berebere', awaze chilli paste and nit'ir kibbeh (spiced clarified butter); some of the fabulous ingredients we love to cook with. Kenya and Tanzania offer sumptuous charcoal grilled meats and great seafood dishes as well as a fantastic array of tropical produce from matooke to cassava, papaya to loquat. Iman's motherland, Somalia, takes filo pastry and chapati to the next level, with mastery in subtle spicing and great sauces and broths to get our creative juices flowing.
Ciccio's Kitchen is a family-run business. Originally from Italy, Francesco passionately sources locally produced, quality ingredients and creates creatively presented delicious food. Pizza, arancini and cannoli are available to take away.
Scri Liscious combine fragrant spices grown on the island and traditional recipes (with influences from Southern India to Portugal). Our speciality is egg hoppers, which are made in roadside stalls all over Sri Lanka. They are crispy bowl-shaped pancakes made from a batter of rice flour and coconut milk, an egg is poached in the batter and then topped with a range of sambols or chutneys, from mild coconut and lime, to fiery chilli and onion. We also make short-eats, or snacks, such as vegetable roti parcels, fish cutlets and lamb rolls, all made with a special blend of Sri Lankan spices. You will also find the popular street food kottu roti, plus a variety of rice and curry options which change according to the season.
Most of our food is vegetarian or vegan and we have gluten and dairy free options.
High Steaks create steak sandwiches and other less expected dishes, all of which showcase our signature chimichurri. All of our steak is sourced from small, local, free-range herds. We only ever use our favourite cuts (customers' choice of rib eye, onglet or featherblade) which we cut into wafer-thin “Philly style” layers for a seriously quick-cooking, easy-eating, melt-in-the-mouth experience delivered with bags of theatre.
Alongside our steak sandwiches, we also serve our chimichurri in more interesting settings with everything from seriously addictive grilled cheese sandwiches to big juicy tiger prawns depending on the location and the season, so if steak sandwiches aren’t your thing, we’ve got you covered.
Moo Stoo offers a range of meat and vegan stews all served with an old fashioned vegetable suet dumpling. We are geared towards sustainability and supporting other local businesses.
Gopal’s Curry Shack serves creative, vibrant Indian street food with a modern twist. All of our food is vegetarian and most of it vegan and gluten free. Gopal’s serve a range of curries, snacks, sweet treats and drinks. Our best-selling dishes include aloo tikki chat and South Indian sweet potato, red pepper and coconut curry. We use seasonal, local and ethical produce to create fresh and tasty dishes, and strives to use recycled materials wherever possible and practicable.
We started Enggi’s Kitchen to introduce Indonesian cuisine to the public and chose our menu carefully to ensure the authenticity of the food we bring whilst engaging in building network with the local farmers and butchers. Our meat and poultry are from Halal butchers.
Momo bar brings you street food with a taste of Tibet. Steamed dumplings and delicious noodle boxes, all handmade, based on recipes handed down through the family and tweaked for new tastes. Served with our popular traditional hot chilli sauce, or milder chilli to suit tastes.
Agnes Spencer is a family-based Jamaican food company, producing recipes from our grandmother, Agnes Spencer. We specialise in jerk chicken and Jamaican patties.
Little Taquero serves authentic Mexican and Central American street food. Being taqueros, we specialise in tacos, served fresh and packed full of flavour from our little orange 1978 Renault Estafette taco truck “Emilio”. We make everything from scratch; our delicious salsas, Belizean frijoles and chunky guacamole. Even our soft corn tortillas are rolled out fresh.
The Smoked Vegan are a 100% plant-based, home-smoked street food trader. Our vegan offerings included tasty treats such as 24 hour jerk, ten-hour smoked tofu tacos, smoked beetroot and black-bean burgers, and smoked BBQ jackfruit gyros.
The Spotless Leopard is constantly experimenting and, as a consequence, we don’t have a set menu. Every day we will serve up three or four options for main meals, different salads, and a few cakes. We tend to post our daily menu on Instagram and Facebook.