Fillin Station Cafe, Bristol *CLOSED*

I popped into the Fillin Station because there was a sign in the window saying gluten free bread was available. Yet again, I let my tummy lead the way. I'd just finished a morning of volunteering and I was hungry! I wasn't sure what to order so I had a chat to the lovely owner, who easily talked me into a 3 cheese and onion toastie.

While I waited, I took in the menu boards. I was pretty taken back by what I saw! The owner explained that she saw a gap in the market, Stoke's Croft is a hippy/studenty area and no-one was offering vegan breakfasts. She added gluten free items too after she realised how hard it is to find gluten free food in cafes. I think I told her that she deserved a saint-hood :)

As I sat eating my toastie on a bench in Broadmead, I wondered why the Fillin Station isn't more well know in the GF world. You'll find it only a short walk away from the centre of town and it is still one of the few places in the area offering GF food every day.

Check it out if you can!

The Fillin Station
40-48 Stokes Croft


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