Aqua Restaurant (Bristol) Reviews
Description:Welsh Back, Bristol, BS1 4RR. Tel:0117 915 6060
Newest Review: ... water and received the costly bottle not a 'jug'! Crab salad was mainly lettuce with a sparse amount of crab smeared around. Lobster arrived in three [ yes 3!] parcels. Did we order a starter we thought; no we ordered the main! My pizza should have included chicken as one of the three named constituents. Well it did after a fashion; some bits of skin; some gristle/cartiage and about a square ... more
Customer Aqua Restaurant (Bristol) Reviews (2)
by R Cotswold - written on 03/09/10
Sat down for an late afternoon meal last week. My wife, daughter and myself. Staff welcoming and friendly. Orders were: 3 bit pizza; crab and the lobster. Requested water and received the costly bottle not a 'jug'! Crab salad was mainly lettuce with a sparse amount of crab smeared around. Lobster arrived in three [ yes 3!] parcels. Did we order a starter we thought; no we ordered the main! My pizza should have included chicken as one of the three named constituents. Well it did after a fashion; some bits of skin; some gristle/cartiage and about a square inch of chicken all told. Disappointing - yes. Value for money - very poor. Would we entertain the restraunt again - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
This is an upmarket restaurant located in Bristol City Centre. I've only been to this restaurant once but felt it definitely worth reviewing. Starters range in price from soup of the day at £3.95 to scallops at £7.95 (most are about £6/£7). Main meals start at £7.75 for a margherita pizza and the two most expensive items at £19.95 are, unsurprisingly, 8oz fillet steak and also a dish of six jumbo prawns cooked with white wine, cherry tomatoes and basil, served on a lime risotto. Desserts range from £4.95 for ice creams and sorbets to £6.00 for caramelised pear tarte tatin. A large glass of house wine will set you back £4.85, ... Read the complete review
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