Tag Archives: Bar

The Canteen – Bristol

Despite its name, the Canteen in Bristol seems to be known better for its music than its food. This is a shame because they serve incredibly tasty dishes at outrageously low prices. There is a simple reason for this – the Canteen is ran by a cooperative and therefore there isn’t someone trying to make […]


Copita – Soho

While you may have to queue to get a seat in this busy little tapas restaurant, it is totally worth the wait. Tapas for vegetarians can be a bit hit and miss. Sometimes there are some great choices and in other restaurants you are lumbered with olives and bread while meat eaters get stuck into […]

Breakfast Club Review

Breakfasts are totally underrated in the UK. When I do manage to have breakfast, it normally consists of coffee and marmite on toast. Aside from hotel breakfasts or grabbing a quick croissant en route somewhere, I don’t think I’ve ever purposely eaten out for breakfast. I’d heard a lot about the Breakfast Club chain, but […]

The Tobacco Factory

In the heart of Southville is one of Bristol’s best loved theatre spaces. It comprises of an industrial looking restaurant and bar, theatres, performance areas, art galleries and even a Sunday market. My recent visit was to see the brilliant Richard Herring for his latest, rehashed hilarious tour called Talking Cock. The cafe-come-restaurant-come-bar is lively […]