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The Coconut Tree - Bristol Clifton TriangleThe Coconut Tree - Bristol Clifton Triangle
95 reviews
Sri Lankan | Bristol, Bristol

Food and staff were both really amazing! Everyone we dealt with was super friendly and accommodating and the food came very quickly (considering there was 11 of us!) They even brought us a complimentary round of shots as it was my birthday More

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Giraffe - BristolGiraffe - Bristol
26 reviews
Fusion / Eclectic | Bristol, Bristol

Service was a little slow but the friendly staff and really fair price of the meal more than made up for that! Would have given 5* had it not been for slow service but I would 100% be going back again and I have already recommended to friends 🥰 More

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Village Pub & Grill - Village Hotel BristolVillage Pub & Grill - Village Hotel Bristol
11 reviews
British | Bristol, Bristol

We had a fantastic meal, a fabulous 3 course Sunday lunch with all the trimmings, would recommend for sure More

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Wilson's1. Wilson's
308 reviews
European | Bristol, Bristol

One of the greatest dining experiences of my life. The casual dimension to haute cuisine really adds to the allure of this tiny establishment in Redland. More

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Paco Tapas2. Paco Tapas
424 reviews
Tapas / Small Plates | Bristol, Bristol

Absolutely delicious lunch! Will be back! Service is absolutely fantastic More

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Catch223. Catch22
59 reviews
Fish | Bristol, Bristol

Pleased to be able to get fish with gluten free batter and the mushy peas were great. Very reasonably priced and friendly helpful staff. Will definitely eat here again. More

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Ivy Clifton Brasserie4. Ivy Clifton Brasserie
2943 reviews
British | Clifton, Bristol

I booked a little afternoon treat for my partner and she was overwhelmed to say the least. The food was just perfect, her favourite dish is swordfish so that went down well. I had the blackened Cod and again very good. We will definitely be back soon. More

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The Duck & Willow5. The Duck & Willow
59 reviews
Gastro Pub | Bristol, Bristol

Friendly staff good service and very tasty food. Overall a very enjoyable evening More

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Downtown TaqueriaDowntown Taqueria
Mexican | Bristol, Bristol

To make bookings for 8 or more people, please email tacos@downtowntaqueria.co.uk More

Red LightRed Light
Cocktail Bar | Bristol, Bristol

Glamorous retro-style drinking den, for classic and modern cocktails mixed by bartenders in braces.More

Veeno BristolVeeno Bristol
Sicilian | Bristol, Bristol

We are an authentic Italian wine café, proud to offer quality Sicilian wines and spuntini appetisers across the UK. In the spring of 2013 something extraordinary happened. Two Italian guys in their twenties met in Manchester to find out that they shared a unique passion; they both loved and missed, the Italian Aperitivo, the ritual of drinking, nibbling and relaxing after work. A daily occasion to share moments of happiness with friends and family. By the end of that very same year, Veeno was born: a place where everyone could enjoy great wines and the most authentic Spuntini – platters of meats, cheeses and other appetisers imported from strictly selected Italian producers. Our wines come from Caruso & Minini, our family vineyard back in Sicily where great-grandfather Antonio planted the first vines in the XIX century. Since then, we have been working hard to ensure that our quality and tradition could flow from the bottles to the glass in your hand.More