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Bottomless brunch @ The Square Kitchen: Review

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Bottomless brunch @ The Square Kitchen: Review

In late May, The Square Kitchen launched their bottomless brunch: your choice of brunch dish plus bottomless Prosecco. Here’s what we thought.

Boston Tea Party, Park Street: Review

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Boston Tea Party, Park Street: Review

The original Boston Tea Party on Park Street has been around since 1995. But with so many newer businesses around, can it still compete…?

Backyard, Queens Road: Review

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Backyard, Queens Road: Review

Backyard combines fried chicken, plant-based dishes, an industrial-meets-street-art vibe and a pretty quick turnaround with a heavy tech focus.

Hatter House Cafe, Clare Street: Review

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Hatter House Cafe, Clare Street: Review

The major USP at Hatter House Cafe on Clare Street is their nitro cold brew coffee. We visited for coffee and cake, and here’s what we thought.

Udder Room Cafe @ Farrington’s Farm Shop: Review

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Udder Room Cafe @ Farrington’s Farm Shop: Review

For honest, home-cooked food in a setting where there’s stuff to keep the whole family entertained, head to the Udder Room Cafe at Farrington’s Farm Shop…

Cafe Refectoire, Cannon Street: Review

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Cafe Refectoire, Cannon Street: Review

Tucked away behind the bus station, Cafe Refectoire offers a range of hot and cold food and drinks with a social conscience.

Hugo’s Greengrocer, North Street: Review

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Hugo’s Greengrocer, North Street: Review

Head to Hugo’s Greengrocer on North Street, which opened in early 2018, for beautiful quality local produce – and not just fruit and veg.

Catch22, Park Street: 2019 review

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Catch22, Park Street: 2019 review

Since opening in 2015, Catch22 on Park Street has evolved, serving fish and chips and more from both its restaurant and its takeaway counter.

Funday Sunday @ Opa Bristol: Review

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Funday Sunday @ Opa Bristol: Review

Sundays at Opa Bristol are family days where kids eat free and adults enjoy 50% off mains. Here’s what we thought of our visit…

Quay Street Diner, Quay Street: Brunch review

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Quay Street Diner, Quay Street: Brunch review

Californian-inspired brunch cooked on a custom charcoal grill with the thickest cut bacon you’re likely to find in Bristol? Head to Quay Street Diner.