Tincan Coffee (North Street)

234 North St, Bristol BS3 1JD
0117 963 3979
Opening Times
Monday – Saturday8am – 6pm
Sunday9am – 5pm

CafeCasual DiningTakeawayCoffeeSandwichSweet TreatBritish£££HealthyAward-Winning

Why we love it

Tincan Coffee Co. is a collaboration between Adam White & Jessie Nicolson. It provides a space to work, meet and relax in fresh, vibrant & friendly surroundings, whilst enjoying some of the best coffee and service in town. Established in 2011, after saving their first rusty old '69 Citroen HY van from a field in France, they’ve also built up a fleet of lovingly restored, vintage coffee trucks that travel the country serving tasty wares at major events and festivals. You'll notice that they've taken interior design inspiration from these iconic vehicles. Design features include headlamp lights and specially designed seating based on the vans’ front seats, as well as nods to Citroen's distinctive chevron logo throughout the café.

As well as providing their own seasonal blend of coffee, a guest espresso and a range of single origin filters, Tincan also do their bit for the environment. All their suppliers are local, seasonal and organic where possible, all of the milk is organic and all packaging and disposables are 100% compostable, recycled, and made using bio plastic, which is made from plants, not chemicals, meaning that they can keen their environmental footprint as small as possible. What's more, in light of recent news stories regarding the socio-environmental impact of our avocado obsession, Tincan have elected to exclude avocado-based dishes from their menu completely.

Wriggle Highlights

  • Always a banging cup of joe
  • Phenomenal brunch dishes
  • Deservedly award-winning cakes.

“Keep an eye out for our regularly changing guest espresso beans; there's always something new to try.”

Adam, Owner

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