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Bertha’s Pizza, Wapping Wharf: Review

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Bertha’s Pizza, Wapping Wharf: Review

A stalwart of Wapping Wharf since August 2016, the offering at Bertha’s Pizza in the former Mud Dock Deli premises is just as fantastic today.

The Florist, Park Street: Review

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The Florist, Park Street: Review

Beautiful decor, an incredibly varied menu, and child-friendly – find out what we thought of The Florist on Park Street…

The George Inn, Abbots Leigh: Review

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The George Inn, Abbots Leigh: Review

The George Inn reopened, having been saved by the community, in November 2018 – and we’re glad it did.

Revolucion de Cuba Bristol, Canons Way: Review

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Revolucion de Cuba Bristol, Canons Way: Review

Revolucion de Cuba Bristol opened in late October on the harbourside, but with expensive drinks and average food, can it compete with its neighbours?

Epic Breakfast Company: Review

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Epic Breakfast Company: Review

Ollie set up Epic Breakfast Company to deliver all the ingredients for a decadent weekend breakfast, straight to your door. Here’s what we thought…

The Greedy Goose at Gatcombe Farm: Review

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The Greedy Goose at Gatcombe Farm: Review

The Greedy Goose is known for its carveries, with three choices of meat and a wealth of veg and other sides, served seven days a week…

The Railway Inn, Sandford: Review

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The Railway Inn, Sandford: Review

Parts of The Railway Inn have been standing in Sandford for 140 years – find out what we thought of lunch at this Thatchers Cider pub…

1766 Bar & Kitchen: Review

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1766 Bar & Kitchen: Review

I think it’s fair to say that 1766 Bar & Kitchen has been one of Bristol’s biggest openings in the second half of 2018. Here’s what we thought…

The Coconut Tree, Cheltenham Road: Review

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The Coconut Tree, Cheltenham Road: Review

We were pretty excited about the opening of Sri Lankan restaurant The Coconut Tree, as we’d heard good things. But it didn’t live up to the hype.

A trip to Thatchers Cider, Sandford

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A trip to Thatchers Cider, Sandford

Book yourself onto a tour of Thatchers Cider, just outside Bristol, to find out how they make cider on a massive scale but maintain their family-run ethos.