Oowee reopen all three locations for delivery

Oowee reopen all three locations for delivery

Posted on: 11 May 2020

The award-winning fast food aficionados are back in business to due overwhelming demand.


There are a few things we've been missing more than others during the COVID-19 lockdown. Going to the pub, seeing your friends and family, your favourite restaurants; that sort of thing.


If you're in Bristol, chances are you've been hearing a lot about Oowee Burger - or the lack of it during lockdown - on your social media feeds.


The public have been pining for their mouth-watering burgers, sharing their love for Oowee in the hope that they'll be able to get their hands on one again soon.


Its closure broke hearts across the city in March, but now, thanks to incredibly popular demand, people's prayers have been answered. After a long absence, all three of Oowee's much-loved locations are finally open for orders again.



Revealing the news on social media, the Oowee team explained that they're back up and running at full capacity, operating strictly in line with government safety guidelines.


Oowee fans will be pleased to know that the full menu is on offer at Oowee Diner, Oowee Vegan and Oowee Vebab. Orders can be made solely through Deliveroo, with an option to collect through the new pickup option.


All three Oowee locations - the original Diner on North Street in Bedminster, Oowee Vegan on Baldwin Street, and Oowee Vebab on Picton Street in Montpelier - will be open for business every day, from 12:00 until 22:00.



Due to huge demand from the Bristol public, Oowee are currently operating on a Maximum Order basis, meaning they'll be temporarily disabling orders when they hit a set number, allowing them to avoid long waits and stick to social distancing guidelines.


Whether you're in the mood for a dirty double, need to get your fix of marmite butter fries or somehow still haven't got round to trying Oowee Vegan, now's the time to treat yourself. Check out the full Oowee menu here.


For more information, or to follow news and updates, head to the Oowee Vegan Facebook page.

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Article by:

Matt Robson


Editor - 365Bristol.com & LOUD Magazine

Matt is a Journalism graduate and writer, passionate about supporting Bristol music, art and independent business. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.