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Coronavirus –  COVID 19  

We would like to wholeheartedly thank the hard working NHS team and everyone working hard for the sake of others, we appreciate you all very much.  

Tiffins story began in 2003. Disappointed by the lack of real and authentic Indian restaurants and takeaways in Bristol, my husband Nick ( who sadly passed away in 2017 ) and I decided to open Tiffins. Having been born and brought up in Gujarat – the North west state in India, Gujarat has the highest strict vegetarian population in India. I have been extremely fortunate to have  grown up with extremely talented cooks in my family, who never ever wasted any food and could cook a delicious and nutritional vegetarian meal from a hand full of ingredients or from leftovers.

I grew up with a very holistic relationship with food. In my family the food we ate was based on the ancient principals of Ayurveda, where food is treated like  medicine, to keep the body strong and healthy. So we only ate seasonal and very locally produced food.

So I wanted to implement the knowledge and  understanding of  what I was brought up with and what we ate at home, in Tiffins. I wanted to cook exactly how I cooked at home,  authentic, wholesome and nutritional vegetarian food.

Fast forward to 2021 with the continuous loyal customer support, we are still- we believe – the only Authentic regional Indian take-away selling the most varieties of Gluten free and vegan curries – 10 different frozen vegetarian curries –  of which 9 are vegan and of course our famous Coriander, coconut and chilli chutney and Date and tamarind chutney,  in the whole of the South West region.

Not to waste food and being as sustainable as possible has been imbedded in me since a child, so we apply the same principals in Tiffins. With customer demand and incredible loyal support from customers, family and friends we are  planning to open another Social Enterprise selling plant based protein products – made from European Organically grown peas and fava / broad beans, with a very high amount of protein – 53 gm per 100 gm and 15 gm per 100 gm fibre, curries and snacks to be sold in supermarkets. We are also looking to use surplus vegetables and fruits to make curries and chutneys. As this is a different  level of cooking curries, we are in talks with a couple of producers to work with us, so watch this space !!!

 We are open for takeaway on –

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday – from 10am till 5pm.

For out of these hours / days – please either call – 07572497828 or email – info@tiffins-bristol.com to place your order for collection.

 

Following the Government’s latest order, we have made changes to how we operate. However as this is a new way of carrying out our business, it maybe subject to changes. We would like to thank you for your continuous loyal support and patience as we continue to operate in these times.

Following the Government’s latest order,  when visiting our shop, we would kindly urge one customer at a time please and to keep the 2 meter distance, and wearing a mask please. 

We would like to wholeheartedly thank all our customers for their continuous loyal support, help  and patience, it is very much appreciated particularly at this  difficult time for all of us. 

Thank you,

Jay and Ben.

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We Offer Event Catering!
for enquiries, please email: info@tiffins-bristol.com.

 

TIFFINS COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS – Suspended until further notice.

After taking the latest advice from Public Health England and the Government, we have to postpone our cooking demonstrations until further notice.

Groups of 5 can be accommodated with your preferred time and day.

Dates: –  2020 – All held on Sunday from 4pm till 6.30pm

February – 23rd (Fully booked)

March – 1st  ( Fully booked )

March – 8th ( Fully booked )

March – 15th (1 space lavailable)

March – 22nd  ( Cancelled dye to COVID-19 ) 

April – 5th  ( Cancelled due to COVID19 )   

April -19th  ( Cancelled due to COVID19) 

May – 10th ( Cancelled due to COVID 19)

May – 31st ( Cancelled due to COVID 19)

 

Groups of 5 can be accommodated with your preferred time and day.



Learn how to cook authentic regional Indian food from highly experienced cook Jay. Jay has been cooking regional Indian,  award winning  Tiffins curries since 2003 and  now wants to pass on her skills, knowledge and recipes.

Basic new learner class – Vegetarian, Gluten free and Vegan. 

What’s included 

You will watch Jay cook Saag Aloo, Masoor (red) lentil dhal and rice. 

  • Learn  about the different regions, cultures and food  of India.
  • Learn about all the ingredients and their effects on the body and it’s functions.
  • You will learn skills on how to prepare the ingredients.
  • Learn about all the spices and how to use them.
  • Learn how to cook the authentic way.
  • Tips / suggestions on time management, preparations, and storing.
    Where to buy all the ingredients and to store them etc.
  • All the recipes of the day.
  • Lots of useful information and opportunity to ask questions.
  • A starter pack of all the dry spices used and raw lentils.
  • You get to try all the food cooked on the day. 
  • Light refreshments provided – Try authentic regional snacks
  • Tea, coffee and water available throughout.

Duration – approx 2 hrs 30 minutes.

Class size 5 persons.

Introductory Price – £ 50.00 for limited time only. 

Location – Tiffins, 151 St Michael’s Hill. Bristol. BS2 8DB.

To book or further enquiries email ; info@tiffins-bristol.com.

Tiffins - Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan Frozen Curries, Chutneys and Kulfis.