Bristol is one of the most bohemian cities in the UK and has a food culture to match. Its cafés, bars and restaurants boast an eclectic mix of delicacies to try. Here’s your guide to cafés near you in Bristol.
The perfect indulgent treat, afternoon tea gives you the chance to scoff away the day in style. With so many great places for afternoon tea in and around Bristol, you’re spoilt for choice – but these are two of the best.
Filling up on a big breakfast is one of the best ways to start the day before ambling through the city’s bustling shopping centre and roaming the Georgian streets. Here are three of the best cafés in Bristol to grab breakfast or brunch.
Coffee aficionados will argue this one out for hours, but we’ll go ahead and assume that you don’t want to go ahead and spend a fortune on a good quality espresso maker and give you two suggestions.
Brownies and blondies are two sides of the same delicious coin. Both should be a little dense and more-ishly chewy. Where a brownie’s base flavour is chocolate, a blondie’s is vanilla. Both are arguably at their best when they’re freshly baked and taste divine with a cup of your finest tea, head to one of the city’s many bakeries to sample both.
Here are our picks of the best spots in London to enjoy afternoon tea done properly.
An essential part of going out for the day and visiting art galleries with friends is the post gallery feed. It is impossible to look round an exhibition without at least a coffee and a cake afterwards, all that pondering and deliberating makes for hungry work. Serving great food in quirky settings, here's my my pick of London's coolest gallery cafes.
At London's Elliot's Café, the burger is seemingly a low key affair. It sits on the menu under the 'Large Plates' section, labelled simply as Cheeseburger & fried potatoes. Never has a menu description done as little justice to a dish as this does to the Elliot's burger.