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Bristol Restaurants

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Restaurant Details  Value Quality

Pizza Provencale, 29 Regent Street, Clifton Bristol

) 0117-974-1175 JJJ

Relaxed Pizza / pasta restaurant located in Clifton Village. Excellent home produced Pizza’s various sizes & combinations. Will make to order and  do and combinations. Beware the "Hot Shot", this has been known to be very warm!

No bookings taken, often busy may have to wait half an hour for table although they will hold. Nearby pubs (if waiting) Somerset House or Clifton Inn.

Johns Restaurant, 27 Midland Road, Old Market,Bristol

) 0117-955-0333 JJJJ

Superb taverna style Thai restaurant run by Australian chef and family. Great value and superb Thai food.

Booking is essential, preferably a couple of days in advance. A very popular local choice.

Spice Brasserie, 36 Alma Vale Road, Clifton, Bristol

) 0117-973-1414 JJJJ

Good quality Indian food served from Mr Hock’s kitchen. Huge choice of dishes although the best are found in the chef’s specials section. Recommend the Chicken Chilli Garlic, although avoid early meetings the morning after the night before!

Booking not normally required, excellent local pub, The Alma Tavern, just one minute away.

Tequila Max, 109 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol

) 0117-946-6144 JJJ

Lively Mexican restaurant in the heart of Bristol’s Whiteladies Road. Good value food and friendly service.

Plenty of pubs and wine bars surrounding the restaurant, recommend Henry Africa’s Hot House for pre dinner drinks.

Brunel Raj, Waterloo Street, Clifton Village, Bristol

) 0117-973-2641 JJJJ

One of the best curry houses in town for the price. Reckon on about 20 per head for a two courses plus drinks. Quality is always very good and the portions are very generous. Always busy so book before arriving on any night.

Local pubs worth a visit , The Somerset House or if you are a cider lover The Coronation Tap for some genuine (rough) cider.

ASK, 51 Park Street, Clifton, Bristol

) 0117-934-9922 JJJJ
Very relaxed pizza and pasta restaurant just two minutes walk from the Swallow Hotel up Park Street. Friendly staff, no need to book, good pubs nearby, Le Chateau, opposite.

Average price 15 per head for three courses.

Sergio Maxwell Plums, 1-3 Frogmore Street,   Bristol

) 0117-929-1413 JJJJ
More formal Italian Bistro. Regular specials board with good selection of fresh fish. This restaurant is a BYO although a small corkage charge of 1 per bottle is charged. Worth booking before hand if there are more than two of you.

Located very close to the Swallow Hotel.

Hullabaloos Group, 16 Clifton Road, Clifton, Bristol (AKA Muset)

) 0117-973-2920 JJJ

Hullabaloos Group, 46 Whiteladies Road, Clifton  Bristol

) 0117-923-9212

Hullabaloos Group,  85 Park Street, Clifton, Bristol

) 0117-907-7540
Three in the chain of Bristol’s favourite BYO restaurants. Identical menu offered in all three restaurants, with a two course meal costing around 15. Usually an excellent choice of starters and main courses available, always very busy so ring beforehand to ensure a table is available.

Park Street branch is 5 minutes walk from the Swallow.

Browns, 38 Queens  Road, Clifton, Bristol

Housed in the old college refectory Browns Bristol branch of this nation-wide chain (Oxford, Cambridge, London) is a very impressive setting. The menu is the standard fare offered in all Browns outlets and hence the specials are usually a better bet.

A good atmosphere always prevails.

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London Restaurants

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London Restaurant Details Value Quality

Muhib Tandori & Vegetarian Restaurant, 73 Brick Lane,  London E1 6RL 

) 0171-247-7122 JJJ
Great value true east end curry house in the heart of Brick Lane. Wide ranging menu full of interesting dishes. The restaurant is always busy, although you shouldn’t have a problem getting a table.

Unlicensed so if you want an alcoholic drink with your meal make sure you visit one of the numerous off licences opposite before you take your seat

Our Cellar Wine Bar - Restaurant, 47/49 Borough High St,  London SE1 6

) 0171-407-3451 JJJ
Small Italian restaurant/wine bar with good food but not an   extensive menu. Friendly atmosphere, popular and often visited by GPS London staff.   Usually busy on Fridays although  you shouldn’t have a problem getting a table it is advisable to book. A number of pubs nearby and close to London Bridge underground station.

Just off Borough High Street before you get to the Lloyds TSB branch.

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