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Evercreech Junction, Shepton Mallet, Somerset BA4 6NA
This recently refurbished freehouse pub offers a very friendly welcome and an appetising menu. Just on the outskirts of Shepton Mallet, this tastefully designed pub offers the traditional Sunday roast and an extensive lunch menu during the week. Food is freshly cooked and locally sourced where possible and there is always something a bit different to the usual pub fayre. Veggies are well catered for. Surprisingly for a Thursday lunctime they were very busy, but then service is excellent, prices reasonable and ambience great.
221-223 Cheltenham Road, Bristol BS6 5QP
I have to confess to being a bit disappointed with the Plantation restaurant. I'd booked it to celebrate a special birthday occassion and was promised that they'd help make it a great night. But no extra effort was made at all. The food was wonderful - beautifully presented and very tasty. Main courses were generous portions which was good, given the price. One of my friends ordered curried goat which was unacceptable when it came, but was changed quickly when the problem was pointed out. Service was a bit hit or miss and the ambience and comfort of the restaurant sucked. I wont be going again.
mill lane, Bath BA2 6TS
As it's Mother's Day and I hate cooking, I treated my Mum to Sunday lunch at the Bathampton Mill. I love this place, it's menu is exciting and innovative, nothing run of the mill or boring here. We shared the baked Camembert with rustic bread and onion marmalade for starters and it was fabulously tasty. The main course of lamb shank with mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables with red wine jus was equally delicious and now I'm sat here with a very satisfied belly! Service was prompt, efficient and friendly.
It's positioned right on the river with great views and extensive outdoor seating as this is a very popular summer venue. However, the menu is worth checking out at any time of the year.
183 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 1JQ
Currently having an interior make-over itself, the Beauty Lounge offers the usual range of beauty services - waxing for men and women, facials, massage, nail treatments, spa treatments, eyelash / brow tinting and inch loss bodyworks. Waxing is done by the PhD system, which doesn’t use the hot wax pot and I find easier, less messy and kinder to my skin. They also have the St. Tropez spray tan services, fast tan beds and tancabs.
262 North Street, Southville, Bristol BS3 1JA
This friendly little deli has the usual stock of wholefoods, oils, pulses, herbs & spices, cereals, herbal teas, dried fruit and eco friendly cleaning products. They also have a small cheese counter, cold meat counter and olive bar. There's sandwiches and pastries and coffees to go and they will grind your coffee beans to order. The Southville Deli also stocks Herberts Bakery bread on site.
261 North Street, Southville, Bristol BS3 1JN
If you're looking for a slightly different gift this year, check out Glass Designs on North Street. It features glass ware made by local artists using recycled glass materials. There are some unusual cheese boards made by flattened wine bottles, goblets made from recycled beer bottles as well as colourful glass framed mirrors, beautiful glass bottle stoppers, ornaments and jewellery. They also stock the renowned Bristol Blue, Aqua and Ruby glass.
North Street, Bristol BS3 2AB
On a cold wet winters day, Savannah offered a welcome respite from the wind and rain with its warm, welcoming interior permeated with the tempting aromas of a full English breakfast. Chilled out tunes create a relaxed atmosphere. Savannahs have the usual breakfast combo's but with some unusual variations with the Savannah and Benedict breakfasts. Their average price is about £5 and the portions are huge and very tasty. Their wide-ranging, continentally influenced menu includes tapas / starters; main courses include veg & chicken enchiladas, paella, moussaka, kleftico all around £7-8. Pizzas and pasta at around £6-7 and lighter bites such as omelettes, toasted paninis and jacket potatoes all around £4-5. I love this little bistro style café bar and was reluctant to leave, but my hands were now warmed thanks to a frothy cappuccino, and I had to go.
Clarke Street, Bristol BS3 4DX
This small garage tucked in the back streets of Bedminster offers good, reliable and friendly service. They are licensed to perform MOT's and have a courtesy car service if required. They do excellent quality work quickly and efficiently. However, they don't do bodywork on site, so any jobs of this kind can be a bit pricey through them.
Avonmeads St. Philips Causeway, Bristol BS2 0SP
The Range is a great store of well priced household and leisure goods. Everything's well priced and spaciously displayed. Parking is easy at this small out of town shopping development. The Range has an excellent supply of arts and craft materials and stationary products. There's a wide range of picture frames and mirrors at pretty low prices. They also have an excellent supply of crockery, kitchen and household goods. There's a small selection of basic motoring products as well as painting and decorating stuff. Upstairs they have lamps and lighting, a small furniture section, bed linen, soft furnishings and fabric cut to order. I think this shop has some brilliant stuff, I just wish the staff weren't quite so unco-operative.
188 Lawrence Hill, Bristol BS5 0DR
CAAAD is a fantastic, locally based project working in conjunction with the Barton Hill Settlement to do something about alcohol and drug abuse in the area. They provide support and information for people with substance abuse issues and their friends and family. They aim to be as accessible as possible and work on the ethos of listening not judging. They offer confidential and free counselling and a drop in service, hepatitis support and art workshops. CAAAD also has a holistic health service providing ear acupuncture, acupressure, reiki and Indian head massage. A volunteer training service exists for people who can learn and commit to the project.
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