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Salt & Malt, Cargo 2, Wapping Wharf: Review

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Salt & Malt, Cargo 2, Wapping Wharf: Review

Josh Eggleton’s fish and chip shop at Wapping Wharf is his second Salt & Malt restaurant. We love the original – what did we think of this one…?

Sunday lunch @ The Jetty: Review

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Sunday lunch @ The Jetty: Review

At £19.95 for three courses, with a beautiful setting, great service and impressive food, Sunday lunch at The Jetty is a bit of a steal.

Cargo 2 launch: The Athenian

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Cargo 2 launch: The Athenian

The Athenian at Cargo 2 is all about Greek street food – souvlaki in particular. Find out what we thought of our lunchtime visit…

Yakinori, Park Street: Review

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Yakinori, Park Street: Review

Japanese restaurant Yakinori opened in early July 2017 on Park Street, offering a huge menu and speedy service, perfect for nearby workers for lunch.

Asado, Colston Street: Review

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Asado, Colston Street: Review

Asado is a new burger venue on Colston Street, offering a short yet inspired menu…and the best courgette fritters we’ve ever eaten.

The Moon & Sixpence, Clevedon: Review

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The Moon & Sixpence, Clevedon: Review

The Moon & Sixpence in Clevedon offers fantastic views over Clevedon Pier and the Bristol Channel, but the food offering is pretty average.

Backwell House, Backwell: Restaurant review

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Backwell House, Backwell: Restaurant review

Highly, highly recommended. The food at Backwell House combines serious talent with fantastic combinations of flavour and texture, and incredible value.

Keepers Kitchen & Bar, Broad Street: Review

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Keepers Kitchen & Bar, Broad Street: Review

The bee-themed Keepers Kitchen & Bar is part of the Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel – find out what we thought of our evening meal…

Grosvenor Casino, Anchor Road: Review

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Grosvenor Casino, Anchor Road: Review

Bristol’s Grosvenor Casino is a warm and welcoming place, with a great selection of games and a surprisingly enjoyable and affordable restaurant…

Sea Pearl, East Street: Review

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Sea Pearl, East Street: Review

Formerly Smiley’s Plaice, Sea Pearl on Bedminster’s East Street is well worth a visit if you’re looking for decent fish and chips – and battered halloumi…

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