It’s quite terrifying to consider the amount of time I have spent in some of Bristol’s finest breakfast purveyors; it’s not unusual for brunch to merge into afternoon tea or even, occasionally, dinner. Bristolians – born and adopted – are extremely lucky when it comes to food. ‘Local’, ‘seasonal’ and ‘organic’ were around long before they became fashionable, though happily it’s very hard to miss one if not all on the menu these days.

Quick links to the latest Local reviews can be found here:

The Lounge, Bedminster

The Primrose Café, Clifton

Tart, Gloucester Road

Zazu’s Kitchen, Stokes Croft

Just Ground, City Centre

Rosemarino, Clifton

Lido, Clifton

Café Kino, Stokes Croft

Boston Tea Party, Cheltenham Road

Mud Dock, Harbourside

Bordeaux Quay, Harbourside

The Gallimaufry, Gloucester Road

@ The Well, Stokes Croft

riverstation, Harbourside

Poco, Stokes Croft

The Social, Cheltenham Road

The Birdcage, Centre

The Bristolian, Stokes Croft

The Galley, Harbourside

River Cottage Canteen, Whiteladies Road

Bill’s, Clifton Triangle

Havana Coffee, Cotham Hill

Thali Cafe, Southville

Zazu’s Kitchen, Gloucester Road

Arnolfini, Harbourside

Princes Pantry, Harbourside

The Buttery, Harbourside

Bakers & Co, Gloucester Road

Goldbrick House, Park Street

Workhouse Cafe, St Michael’s Hill

Katie and Kim’s Kitchen, Picton Street

Spicer & Cole, Queen’s Square

No.12, Easton

The Cosy Club, Corn Street

Tobacco Factory Market, Raleigh Road

Door & Rivet, Stokes Croft

The Crafty Egg, Stokes Croft

Ceres, Stokes Croft

Pig Sty & Mokoko Coffee, Whapping Wharf

Spoke & Stringer, Harbourside

Tradewind Espresso, Whiteladie’s Road

Milk Teeth, Portland Square and Albatross Cafe, North Street

Hobbs House Bakery, Gloucester Road

No. 25A, Old Market

Pinkmans, Park Street

Muino, Cotham Hill

Sisterhood Camp Event, The Forge

Dela, Easton

FED 303, Gloucester Road

3 responses to “Locals

  1. the social, on cheltenham road, does a mean all day breakfast with gorgeous veggie glamorgan sausages AND home made beans…you must try it and report back!

  2. Ash

    The Gloucester Old Spot on Kellaway Avenue is worth a look. Not far from Gloucester Road as well 🙂

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