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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.

St Werburghs City Farm Café: Review

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St Werburghs City Farm Café: Review

Reminiscent of a hobbit house both inside and out, St Werburghs City Farm Café champions hyper-local food and drink with diverse and interesting choices.

Fondue Night @ The Malago, North Street: Review

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Fondue Night @ The Malago, North Street: Review

Unlimited melted cheese, bread and pickles, along with a whole host of other dipping ingredients to choose from. Fondue night at The Malago was tasty!

The Real Greek, Cabot Circus: Review

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The Real Greek, Cabot Circus: Review

There’s been plenty of change at The Real Greek since it was taken over by Franco Manca’s owners. So how authentic is the chain…?

Miller & Carter, Bristol City Centre: Review

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Miller & Carter, Bristol City Centre: Review

A visit to the Miller & Carter restaurant at the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel wasn’t a fantastic experience, for a number of reasons…

Horts, Broad Street: Review

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Horts, Broad Street: Review

  Head to the city centre, and it’s unsurprising that you’ll be faced with numerous chain bars from which to choose – Wetherspoons, Walkabout, Slug & Lettuce, Revolution…but thankfully, in amongst the places that are carbon copies of those you’ll find on every UK high street, there are some proper pubs too. Don’t get me […]