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Mazati, Small Street: Review

Still reeling from the shock closure of Sands, our previous favourite of ours for Lebanese mezze, we’re keen to find a potential replacement. Cedars Express on Park Row goes some way to filling the gap (try their hummus and their feta cheese pastries!), but with nowhere to sit, it’s not quite the same. A Dealcloud […]

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Panasia, Bath: Review

It’s nice to get out of Bristol from time to time, and so when a friend and I were invited over to Bath for a meal at (pan-Asian restaurant, obviously) Panasia, we jumped at the chance. Having been open for only eight months at the time of our visit, the venue is still fairly new, […]

Street Food @ Bangkok: Review

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Street Food @ Bangkok: Review

Number 81 Whiteladies Road has, like many venues in Bristol, seen a number of name and ownership changes over the years. Its most recent incarnation was as Singaporean restaurant Orchid, which was still trading just a few weeks before we noticed the sign in the window saying that Street Food @ Bangkok would be opening […]

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Fratelli’s, Bond Street: Review

I think my meal at Fratelli’s was without a doubt the most bizarre – and, sadly, the least enjoyable – of all of the meals I’ve had from deals site vouchers so far. Armed with our KGB Deals vouchers entitling us to three courses for just £9 each, we ventured down there this week for […]

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The Urban Wood: Review

A new choice of venue for this week’s pre-pub quiz meal, this time bar and restaurant The Urban Wood on Colston Street. Formerly known as The Wild Wood, this two room venue saw a change of name at the back end of 2010. ‘We are completely independent, stock interesting beers & wines, make tasty traditional […]

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Racks Bar & Kitchen: Review

I’ve been meaning to try the food at Racks Bar & Kitchen for a while – partly because the pies have been recommended to me by a few people, and partly because I’ve had some lovely chats with them via Twitter. Even better, there’s an offer on Vouchercloud for 2 for 1 main courses (cheapest […]

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Robin Hood’s Retreat: Review

The realisation dawned on me that I still had a Travelzoo voucher from March for the Robin Hood’s Retreat on a Monday afternoon, when I wasn’t particularly looking forward to a it’s-nearly-payday-but-not-quite meal of soup or pasta. Cue a 5pm phone call to the pub, the securing of a table for two and the agreement […]

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Castellano’s Presents…All Things Italian, July 23rd: Review

I always feel a little guilty reviewing one-off events that have been truly amazing…because nobody else will get to enjoy them. The recent ‘All Things Italian’ dinner at St Aldhelm’s Church in Bedminster was one such event, but you’ll be pleased to know that the team behind this one (and the previous two All Things […]

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Tampopo: Review

Looking for somewhere to get a cheap bite to eat before our Friday night visit to the Bristol Cider House, we remembered the voucher that we had for 40% off main courses at Tampopo in Cabot Circus (you can print off a copy here) and decided to take advantage of the fact that it was […]

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La Passione: new Italian restaurant for St Michaels Hill

Another new Bristol restaurant has appeared over the last week, with number 146 St Michaels Hill having been turned into a “traditional Italian restaurant” called La Passione, owned by the same people that are behind the restaurant of the same name in Kingswood… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email