Colleys Supper Rooms (Brighton) Reviews
Description:Whiteladies Road, Bristol Tel: 0117 973 0646
Newest Review: ... the doors are closed and the first thing you are offered is a complimentary glass of Colleys Punch, a delicious mix of vodka, peach schnapps and fruit juices, that was my drink for the entire evening! Then of course its time to peruse the menu, aah, problem, the only menu available is the wine list. Colleys only ... more
Customer Colleys Supper Rooms (Brighton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/07/03, updated on 22/07/03 (Very useful, 2401 readings)
I've heard of this place spoken of in reverential tones, passed by it several times on Bristol's Whiteladies road, and looked at its elegant Georgian facade with the closed windows and door. I've seen plenty of the coupons in the local paper for an offer of Monday - Thursday, 6 courses for a bargain £22.50, which always sounded quite expensive. And I just never really got round to going, until a few weeks ago for my Mother-In-Laws 60th birthday, and Hurrah, it was being paid for by them,! Well how could I say no? After much hinting by M-I-L to Alan about ironed shirts and no jeans I got my best togs on and off we set. A word about the dress ... Read the complete review
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