Restaurants in Bristol in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... upmarket and ’trendy’, try the Boston Tea Party on Park Street, specialty teas and coffee’s, salads and cakes to be consumed the lovely sunny courtyard to the rear. If you’re doing some shopping in the Galleries, Broadmead, or The Mall then you’re spoilt for choice, its not necessarily good choices, but choices all the same. You have the McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, etc. The Galleries have a food court that’s pretty dire, ‘home cooked food’, jacket potatoes, Chinese outlet and a baguette shop, all overpriced, poor quality and for some reason extremely busy. My recommendation would be, strangely, a chain brain, its fairly new in the city... more
Customer Restaurants in Bristol in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/08/05 (Very useful, 5669 readings)
One or two of you may have noticed my penchant for all things foodish! Indeed I do It must be my Taurean nature, but I’d become celibate in exchange for chocolate, cake and damn fine food! Thus, I think its important, nay my duty to inform my fellow Bristolians, and those visiting our fair city of a few places to eat, and in the interests of fairness, good, bad and a few I haven’t been to yet but which are highly recommended. I bet you though I was going to start at the top with the poshest restaurants, but I’m not. I’m going to start with cafes and Burger vans! My usual place to eat out is the Fountain café in St George. Its one of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/02, updated on 04/03/02 (Very useful, 666 readings)
Bristol has more restaurants per capita than London. There's no denying it, we love eating out. Whilst there are still plenty of restaurants that I've to visit, here are the highlights: Juniper A lovely restaurant on Cotham Brow that serves food without any theme other than it is simply delicious. The portions are neither generous nor meagre. The food is high on taste and fresh ingredients, used in inventive combinations. The menu is always changing, so I can't recommend. It's all good. Simply divine. Cost without drink, about £15/head for two courses. Glasnost If this gem wasn't hidden away in Totterdown, it would ... Read the complete review
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Belgo Centraal / Noord / Zuid in general - Good food, Fun environment, Big beer menu Toilets are a bit weird
Caffe Uno in general - admirably well-cooked pasta for a non-italian place, consistently good food priceynon-pasta dishes are not given quite the same importanceit is after all a chain eatery!
Puccini Restaurant (Newcastle) - Very cheap prices, clean, friendly service, central location Restaurant is quite dark, tables are close together
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|The Balcony Hotel Restaurant (Stockton)|
Best bit - the Balcony Steaks are amazing!
None for me
|Lychee Gardens (Birmingham)|
Not the service I was expecting
|Red Hot World Buffet & Bar (Manchester)|
lots of choice, prices ok, food decent
a bit expensive at night
|The Jubilee (Thornton Cleveleys)||Fat Cat Cafe Bar (Mile End, London)|
Great food and great deals
|The Hollybush (Cardiff)|
|The Wok Inn (Durham)|
good choice, good price, free parking
not enough vegey choice on all you can eat menu
Interesting menu, nice ambience
Some of the waiting staff need customer care training
|The River House Restaurant (Stirling)|
Lovely food, eay to reach
Tightly packed for some tables
|Mas Burritos (London)|
Cheap, quick and quite tasty...
....but not tasty enough!