Bristol Restaurants

  • Caffe Gusto, Bristol
    Caffe Gusto, Bristol
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  • My coffee and courgette cake!
    My coffee and courgette cake!
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  • Mackenzies Cafe Bar, Bristol
    Mackenzies Cafe Bar, Bristol
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    We have a large variety of...

    by greebo Written Aug 25, 2002

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    We have a large variety of cusine in Bristol to suit most tastes and budget. One of my favourites is Sergios near the centre of Bristol. It is a small family run Italian restaurant where the menu will change each day according to the fresh produce that is available.
    You can bring your own wine and pay a small corkage fee. The staff are very friendly and cannot do enough for you. Its like being part of the family.

    Favorite Dish: The baked monkfish is to die for

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    Bristol houses fine...

    by delon Written Aug 25, 2002

    Bristol houses fine restaurants of various cuisines. I personally have tried out some great Spanish, Mexican, Italian, Indian, Chinese etc. I would recommend the foll:
    Mexican : El Compadre (At Gloucester Road)
    Comparatively I found this restaurant among the cheaper ones as among other well known Mexican restaurants in Bristol, the ambience is great although this is just a small restaurant. And a good choice of mexican music is always playing in the backdrop.

    Favorite Dish: Start with some great nachos to whet your appetite, I must say the margaritas served are also very good, my personal fave is the strawberry margarita. You could choose from the best of fajitas, burritos, enchilladas. I'm sure you wouldn't be disappointed.

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    Rajdoot Tandori Indian...

    by Aragina Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Rajdoot Tandori Indian Restaraunt.
    A very tastfull restaraunt with superb service, and very helpful waiters.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Sekwa - Nepalese Speciality - Whole breast of chicken marinaded in spiced and herbed lemon juice with ginger, garlic, fenugreek

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  • Sweet Bartley's Bistro: Sweet Bartley's Bistro

    by snaps1 Written Aug 25, 2002

    Fantastic tastes - never been disappointed; charming service; innovative cooking inc catering v well for veggies; friendly, relaxed atmosphere; attractive, humorous decor. The best in the South West!

    Favorite Dish: Warm tartlet of herbed goat's cheese with sun-dried tomatoes and onion marmelade
    or pork tenderloin with prunes and Armagnac

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    You will be spoilt for choice...

    by gabriellefox Written Aug 25, 2002

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    You will be spoilt for choice on the Harbourside
    Relaxing by the river.

    Favorite Dish: Although Bristol has a strong maritime heritage, since the Harbourside’s recent overhaul this area is now better known for its trendy bars and restaurants. A quick way to get to know the area is to take a tour on one of the many ferryboats.

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  • Chinese - The Mayflower, Kings...

    by stueymac Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Chinese - The Mayflower, Kings Square, Kingsdown.
    Italian - Vincenzo's Trattoria, Park Street, Clifton.
    Steak - The Cattlemans's, Triangle South, Clifton.
    Kebab - Samroys Takeaway, Two Mile Hill, Kingswood.
    Chicken - Miss Millies, Church Road, Redfield.
    Pub Grub - Hauliers Arms, Pilemarsh, Redfield.
    All these places are 'no frills'. The emphasis is on quality and good food - not poncey portions and expensive prices.

    Favorite Dish: Chinese - Peking Duck
    Italian - Vesuvio Pizza (hot & spicy)
    Steak - only one choice for me.....the 32 oz T-Bone
    Kebab - a £4 kebab with lemon juice, no chilli.
    Chicken - Everything!
    Pub Grub - good menu, lots of variety and they do an excellent Sunday Roast!

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    Red: Great Paninis

    by illumina Written Jan 18, 2010

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    This Cafe on Clare Street is close to both the Centre and Corn Street, and is a nice place to hang out with a coffee or hot chocolate, as well as being good for lunch. I can recommend the paninis!

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel

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    Wagamama (noodle bar): Noodles popping out of your ears!!!

    by JuliaK Updated Mar 11, 2004

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    Favorite Dish: So many to choose from.... I dont know every time
    BUT I can send you a pdf of the menu if you really like to see what they have :-)

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    This is the oldest building in...

    by Kodi01 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Sally Buns Cafe

    This is the oldest building in Bath. 'Sally Lunns' buns. Nice buns baby~

    Favorite Dish: The buns, I had the bun with the chocolate butter, quite nice with afternoon tea.

    Related to:
    • Family Travel

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