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After a light lunch that's full of locally-grown produce and painstakingly-sourced flavour? This is the Wriggle for you

Grab a Salad Pot (full of Epiphany's different salad options) and a drink of your choice: barista standard coffee, fine tea or a cheeky soft drink if you fancy something fizzy.  

The salad options change daily, but some of our favourite recent offerings are the rice noodle salad (full of carrot, coriander, spring onion, soy, lime, ginger and garlic) and the kale, feta and chickpea salad (mixed in with liberal sprinkles of seeds, rocket and balsamic). 

Oh, and in case you're wondering, all of Epiphany's packaging is responsibly sourced and 100% biodegradable. Even the straws (which makes us very happy indeed).

About The Epiphany Café @ RWA

If the RWA's lofted ceilings, sweeping staircases and carefully hung contemporary canvasses combine to bring a world-class atrium of visual art to Queen's Road, then the gentle aromas of delicately filtered coffee, rejuvenating rays of morning light against vivid green succulents and spreads of moist, handmade cake resting on rustic wood slabs make this round-the-corner gallery café one of the most memorable recent openings in Bristol. A real Epiphany clad in period Victorian enamel. The brainchild of Alex Zeal (a man who, it's safe to say, knows a thing or two about coffee) and Bethan Reid (queen of cakes, mistress of macarons and purveyor of delectable Patisserie), The Epiphany's charm is in its unassuming calm. You'll probably want to tell friends and colleagues about it in hushed whispers, lest you're next wait for a window-perch to accompany your morning flat-white or Hobbs' Bread lunchtime sourdough takes a little longer to secure. Championing a fuss-free, contemporary menu of rustic lunch standards and lovingly sourced produce (think frittatas, wraps, quiches and verdant salads packed with veg from friends' gardens, and Tarte Tatins bursting Easton-allotment-grown Rhubarb), almost everything here is made to its own closely-guarded family recipe, selected from a sustainable local provider and cooked with care. The coffee is also fantastic (Bristol's Extract roasters feature heavily) - and you'll almost certainly find some inspiring tea blends, small-batch beers, and artisan wines if you fancy something a little different. A no-brainer for breakfast, lunch or afternoon chill time if you live or work near the Triangle - and an absolute joy to discover if you're arriving from further afield.

How to claim

Purchase through Wriggle, then arrive at The Epiphany (in the main entrance of the RWA, turn right and right again) within the detailed window of opportunity. Introduce yourself as a Wriggler with a smile and show your unique Wriggle code to the barista/front-of-house to redeem your purchase. Remember to pay for any extras you buy, tip accordingly and leave feedback for your chance to win £20 credit and to help our partners keep improving. Wriggle responsibly.
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Queen's Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1PX
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