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18 Things To Eat In Bristol... That Were Missed Off The Last List

We all loved 18 Things Everyone Needs To Eat In Bristol but felt there were some crucial missing spots. So we gave them their own list...

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1. Tea and gluten-free almond and orange cake at The Bird Cage, Corn Street

Tea served in vintage teapots and hearty slices of cake on floral plates.
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Tea served in vintage teapots and hearty slices of cake on floral plates.

2. Burger and a pale ale at Grillstock, Clifton & St Nic's Market

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Meat, ale, fries, slaw, homemade pickles and cracking meat-lovin' festivals.

3. A giant sandwich that can only have come from Maximillions on Broad Street

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You know that one sandwich will last you a good couple of days.

4. Coffee, crepes and orange juice from The Crepe and Coffee Cabin, Prince Bridge

This tiny cabin is located on the harbourside, and is Bristol's smallest café at a teeny tiny 4.1m by 2.4m. In the summer their freshly squeezed orange juice is dreamy.
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This tiny cabin is located on the harbourside, and is Bristol's smallest café at a teeny tiny 4.1m by 2.4m. In the summer their freshly squeezed orange juice is dreamy.

5. Sausage and mash at The Clifton Sausage

Quite simply, the best sausage and mash you will ever eat.
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Quite simply, the best sausage and mash you will ever eat.

6. A falafel stuffed pitta from Eat A Pitta in St Nic's Market

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Fast, bustling and full of the good stuff: Eat A Pitta is so St Nic's!

7. Warm, sticky Chelsea buns from Mark's Bakery, North Street

I challenge you to walk past Mark's Bakery of a Sunday morning and resist the smell of freshly baked bread.
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I challenge you to walk past Mark's Bakery of a Sunday morning and resist the smell of freshly baked bread.

8. Sushi at Sky Kong Kong, Haymarket

Tucked away near the Bear Pit, Sky Kong Kong is truly one of Bristol's hidden gems. Organic, local ingredients go into every scrumptious dish.
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Tucked away near the Bear Pit, Sky Kong Kong is truly one of Bristol's hidden gems. Organic, local ingredients go into every scrumptious dish.

9. Double cheese and bacon burger from YoYo, Byron Place

A night out wouldn't be complete without this bad boy from YoYo burger.

A night out wouldn't be complete without this bad boy from YoYo burger.

10. Tom's Pie and a pint at The Windmill, Totterdown

Beside the roaring fire, with a game of chess perhaps?
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Beside the roaring fire, with a game of chess perhaps?

11. Vegan lasagne from The Spotless Leopard, Clifton

If you work or live in Clifton, chances are you've dashed to this food van on Alma Road to grab some of the tastiest, vegan, heart warming food in the city.
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If you work or live in Clifton, chances are you've dashed to this food van on Alma Road to grab some of the tastiest, vegan, heart warming food in the city.

12. Milkshakes at Rocotillo's, Queens Row

The place to go for an Oreo milkshake, and definitely Bristol's most loved American-diner.
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The place to go for an Oreo milkshake, and definitely Bristol's most loved American-diner.

13. Early evening menu at Zazu's Kitchen, North Street & Gloucester Road

Seasonal food, beautifully presented and at reasonable prices. It's an 'after-work-dinner' delight.
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Seasonal food, beautifully presented and at reasonable prices. It's an 'after-work-dinner' delight.

14. A thin, crispy, mouthwatering pizza from Bertha's Sourdough Pizza, on the move around Bristol

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Nettles on your pizza? We do in Bristol – atop seared, crisp, utterly delicious sourdough.

15. A giant, stacked bagel from Bagel Boy, St Nicholas Street

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These boys really know their bagels.

16. The best hot chocolate in town at Bar Chocolat, Clifton

There are simply no words. Just sighs.
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There are simply no words. Just sighs.

17. A freshly made vegan sandwich and a Fairtrade coffee from Southville Deli, North Street

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A much beloved deli for those south of the river.

18. Steak from Steak of the Art, Cathedral Walk

Does what it says on the tin: great juicy steaks in an arty environment.
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Does what it says on the tin: great juicy steaks in an arty environment.

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