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“Build Your Own Waffle” menu at The Ivy Clifton Brasserie

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“Build Your Own Waffle” menu at The Ivy Clifton Brasserie

The Ivy Clifton Brasserie have launched their “build your own” waffle menu, available every weekend from 11.30am to 4pm.

Nutmeg announces new events: Nutmeg Nights

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Nutmeg announces new events: Nutmeg Nights

Clifton Village Indian restaurant Nutmeg are launching a new series of dining experiences, created to showcase the different regions of India.

Bel Cibo, Victoria Square: Review

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Bel Cibo, Victoria Square: Review

We enjoyed the Italian dishes at Bel Cibo, in Clifton’s Victoria Square Hotel, but the experience was somewhat let down by the atmosphere.

Nutmeg, Clifton Village: Review

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Nutmeg, Clifton Village: Review

New Indian restaurant Nutmeg in Clifton Village has a bold aim: to showcase dishes from each of India’s 29 states on its menu. We approve.

Nutmeg: New Clifton Indian restaurant opening October 28th

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Nutmeg: New Clifton Indian restaurant opening October 28th

New Indian restaurant Nutmeg opens its doors in Clifton Village on Friday 28 October, with its Menu 29 drawing inspiration from the 29 states of India.

The Ivy Clifton Brasserie: Review

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The Ivy Clifton Brasserie: Review

While elements of our mains were a little hit and miss, we enjoyed the quality, service, atmosphere and sensible pricing at The Ivy Clifton Brasserie.

The Ivy: Opening in Clifton on August 2nd

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The Ivy: Opening in Clifton on August 2nd

The first branch of The Ivy outside of London is set to open on Clifton’s Caledonia Place on Tuesday, August 2nd.

Pizza Express, Clifton Village: Review

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Pizza Express, Clifton Village: Review

Sarah Harding visits the Clifton Village branch of Pizza Express to sample their new summer menu – including an interesting take on a Hawaiian pizza…

Fishers Restaurant, Clifton Village: Review

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Fishers Restaurant, Clifton Village: Review

A Clifton institution since 2001, Fishers on Princess Victoria Street is a good shout for those who are after a fresh and tasty fish or seafood meal.

Nettle & Rye, Clifton Village: Review

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Nettle & Rye, Clifton Village: Review

While it’s clear that the head chef at Nettle & Rye has plenty of talent, I felt that certain flavours were over-used and that the menu is over-priced.

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