Our food brings people together
At The Wave we’re all about sharing experiences, feeding the senses, connecting with nature, and having fun. What we love after surfing is getting together to refuel and relive our surfing experience. We love sharing those moments over food with friends. Those feelings of joy and togetherness come through all the food and drink at The Wave, from the first breakfast coffee, to the final bite of pizza in the evening.
We serve the good stuff, made well
Whether you’re a family with hungry young children, a group of friends catching up over a cuppa, or a pro-surfer grabbing a bite after a training session, we want to provide naturally fast food for hungry surfers who are looking for a tasty bite as quickly as possible.
Our menus always have a range of prices and dishes suited to different tastes, diets, moods, appetites and budgets. We don't have any children-only menus – we don’t give kids anything that we wouldn’t enjoy eating ourselves.
You’ll always find plenty of choices that do you good, and fuel you for surfing. But you’ll also find treats, if you fancy a bit of indulgence. We serve only what we know we make really well. If it’s a burger, it’s made from higher welfare meat and we’ll have thought seriously about the recipe. If it’s a bowl of soup then you can expect the vegetables to be seasonal.
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As natural as possible at every step
We work really hard to make sure that all our ingredients are as natural and simple as possible. We champion great producers, celebrate seasonal food, and we showcase great street food vendors whose approach to food fits with ours.
We are proud to be working with Clifton Coffee Roasters, a local Bristol-based company who provide us with the absolutely fantastic ingredients that make your cup of coffee extra special.
Food connects us to our environment
Food doesn’t just bring people together; like surfing, it also connects us to the environment we live in.
We look at every aspect of our food to understand its effect on the natural world, from the animal welfare and environmental impact of producing it, to the carbon footprint of getting it to us, to the packaging of our takeaway options and how we can minimise our food waste.