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Giggling Squid launches new ‘Little Tapas for Little People’ menu

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Giggling Squid launches new ‘Little Tapas for Little People’ menu

This April, Giggling Squid, the Thai restaurant on Clifton’s Princess Victoria Street, will launch a brand new ‘Little Tapas for Little People’ menu.

Giggling Squid, Clifton Village: Review

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Giggling Squid, Clifton Village: Review

With such a beautiful setting, delicious food and good customer service, Giggling Squid could well be my new favourite Thai restaurant in Bristol.

Giggling Squid announces Bristol opening date of February 23rd

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Giggling Squid announces Bristol opening date of February 23rd

The “authentic, rustic and fresh” Thai chain Giggling Squid is taking over the former Strada site on Clifton’s Princess Victoria Street.

Giggling Squid to open in Clifton Village after Christmas 2014

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Giggling Squid to open in Clifton Village after Christmas 2014

Serving “rustic” Thai cuisine, with the emphasis on sea- and street food, Giggling Squid will open on Princess Victoria Street.

Wallfish Bistro, Clifton Village: Review

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Wallfish Bistro, Clifton Village: Review

Guest reviewer Elena Wong approves of all but the dessert at this relatively new Clifton bistro.

Win tickets to the launch of Bavarian Beerhouse on August 29th!

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Win tickets to the launch of Bavarian Beerhouse on August 29th!

We’re giving away five pairs of tickets to the invite-only launch party of the new German bar on Princess Victoria Street…

Wallfish Bistro: opening July 9th in Clifton Village

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Wallfish Bistro: opening July 9th in Clifton Village

New bistro dining venue now open on the site of Keith Floyd’s first restaurant – previously home to Bistro Biere and Clifton Kitchen.

Clifton Kitchen to reopen as Bistro Biere on May 16th

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Clifton Kitchen to reopen as Bistro Biere on May 16th

Soon to be “fusing contemporary & old school French bistro classics, Belgian, continental and world beers”.