Dinner at Backwell House

One of my absolute favourite things about Bristol is that one minute, you can be in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city centre; the next (well, maybe the next after fifteen minutes) you can be staring over rolling hills and blue skies as far as the eye can see. And it’s exactly on that border between cityscape and countryside that I found myself a couple of weeks ago to explore the newly renovated Backwell House. View Full Post

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Summertime menu at Turtle Bay

If you’ve visited my blog (or IG) before, you’ll know that I am extremely partial to a Turtle Bay happy hour cocktail turned cheeky meal out. Last summer my bestie Ciara and I had the best time enjoying their new location on Cheltenham Road, so when we heard that their new menu launch tied in with her next Bristol visit, we just had to get involved. View Full Post

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The Square Kitchen

One of my favourite things about Bristol is that as much as you like to think you know the city, there is always something new to discover. I’d heard of The Square before, and I think even been to a work party in its Christmas Grotto one year, but I had no idea that it had its own restaurant with a pretty bangin’ menu. A couple of weeks ago, I went along with some blogging friends to try it for myself.

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The Burger Joint

I think it was my second year of uni when I first discovered The Burger Joint. Their burgers were the best way to start the night and man, I still have dreams about their sweet potato fries! So when I had the chance to pop in and try their new menu earlier this month, I basically ran all the way up Park Street as fast as my legs could take me. View Full Post

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Review: The Ivy Clifton Brasserie

The Ivy has long been somewhat of a London institution, welcoming the most famous and exclusive guests to its growing number of locations for exceptional dining since 1917. So when I heard that it was opening the doors to its first location outside of London in our fair city, I just had to see if its fabulousness translated into West Country.  View Full Post

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