When you are looking for a healthy lunch for yourself or to share in the office, you probably know that Mediterranean and middle eastern food is among the healthiest, freshest and tastiest you can get, especially when it's vegetarian or vegan.
But where can you find the most authentic and yummiest food like this? Ask Edna, the woman from Tel Aviv who brought the first home-made hummus to Bristol in the 1980s, fed party-goers and festival crowds with a growing business, and landed in Castle Park with a cafe kiosk that Buzzfeed calls "a hidden gem."
Edna calls herself "a feeder", and you'll see why when you come hungry to the cafe or taste the reviews from satisfied customers.
Her chilli sauce is also sensational. A spritzy, blitzed mix of herbs and green chillies, it seems almost fruity before its smooth heat hits hard, leaving your lips tingling... Read more
"Bristolians now make a bee line to Edna’s for ineffably light, herb-packed falafel stuffed into pittas and wraps from local Middle Eastern bakery, Abu Noor, alongside zingy salads and pickles."
"When it comes to food, this Israeli-born chef has the passion and generosity of spirit characteristic of somebody who clearly loves feeding others."
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