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21 reviews of Deco Lounge in English
What an absolute gem! Lovely staff who couldn’t do enough for us. We were visiting our daughter at university and were recommended this place by her friends. The decor is fab with a really quirky feel,lots of wood and old pictures on the wall. The food is ’’Pubby’’ but well presented. I left my gloves and hat behind, as we live in Kent I rang the bar to ask them to hold on to them till we could pick them up, but the bar man took our address and posted them to our house! Free of charge! We will be back.
Inattentive, arrogant staff with slow service. When they understand that their job is to serve their customers rather than look after themselves then we may go back. Until then there are plenty of other places in Bristol who understand good service.
Lately I’ve taken to going here on a Thursday between 9 and 10am and it’s become a pleasant fixture of my week (on my way to Senior Screen at the Odeon!). Lounge eggs on bacon is my recommendation for breakfast: a brace of poached eggs on bacon on two halves of a muffin, smothered in delicious Hollandaise sauce. Eggs Benedict in other words, and I like to wash it down with an Americano and warm milk, or what used to be called in the olden tymes “a cup of coffee”. The staff are nice enough, albeit prone to saying retarded young person things like “Are you alright there?” when they mean “Good morning what would you like?”. Service is quick enough, the place is always nice and empty, and there are free newspapers. The music they play over the Tannoy is the usual vile stuff, and the tables are the type that try and knock your kneecaps off when you sit down, but on the whole I like it here.
A really good place to hang out for a drink or some nice food, slightly classy but with a nice relaxed vibe, one of the best in the area. It can take a very long time to get served so a good place to go when you've got a little pep left in you rather than when you're famished.
This is totally my kind of place. Perfect for meeting friends and having a chat over coffee. We had a light lunch, and I could have stayed all day!
It has as many seats/tables as it can handle, but it's so popular it's quite often hard to find somewhere to sit. You can't order without a table though, so you don't have the problem of having ordered food and then not having anywhere to eat it as sometimes happens in other coffee shops.
Happy to see Staropramen on tap!
I had the delicious "Lounge Eggs" - perfectly poached eggs on English muffins with smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce. My friend had the egg/bacon stack with syrup. Go on give it a go!
Another Lounge outpost, Deco Lounge has more homely and chilled out vibe than some of it’s other incarnations. The familiar bar menu does the job well, and the place is packed at lunch times and Sunday brunch. Breakfasts are my favourite thing here, with big full English, veggie brekkies and eggs benedict all more than satisfactory. Board games and Sunday papers complete the cosy vibe, pop in for a coffee and you could end up staying all day!
I went to the Deco Lounge for breakfast a few weeks ago and the food was quite tasty. The place itself looked very cosy with its dark wood and natural lighting from skylights towards the back but it was so loud! I had poached eggs on english muffins with holandaise sauce and a green tea. The price was reasonable and the service was nice. However I spent the whole time being unable to talk to my friend because the acoustics were so bad that it was unbelievably loud. It didn’t help that there was a group of students who gathered (around 12 of them) on three tables behind us and they were pretty unpleasant. This place is very studenty! If you like that kind of thing then you should enjoy it.
This is a great bar/restaurant. PArt of the Lounge chain it is a cosy little place on cotham hill and is a great place to go for a drink after work or even for lunch. It does get very busy though, especially on friday and saturday nights, when often you cant get a table and there isnt really anywhere to stand. The menu is large and covers everything from breakfasts thruogh to sandwiches and paninis to proer meals to tapas. The food is always good, and only when really busy does it take a little while to come. The prices are good too - nothing is over a tenner - most dishes are £5-6. The food is tasty and the staff you can eventually get a smile out of but sometimes they are a little miserable.
The lure of this place is its atmosphere. It is really cosy and with lots of little nooks and crannies to hide away in sipping your wine and playing board games, it makesi t a really nice place to spend an evening, especially in the winter months.
this little place is nicely decorated and a nice place to go for a coffee in the daytime. the food at lunchtimes is a bit pretentious - it’s really just glorified sandwiches - but the coffee is well priced and there is a very nice atmosphere. The staff were very friendly indeed.
This lounge is part of a chain which is growing quickly. This is an indication of how popular and successful they are. They are bars/eateries which seem to manage to be all things to all people. Depending on the time of day it will be frequented by specific groups of people.
I can recommend the breakfast and if your lucky you will also be able to grab a quick read of a daily paper. The breakfast brigade is quickly followed by the coffee and cake army. Lunchtime there will be a mix of students and people during their lunchbreak. Students seem to make good use of the lounge throughout the day.
Afternoons are particularly busy with young mums and pushchairs. Its just great how it can draw so many.
The large menu is displayed on a board and food is freshly prepared and tasty. Prices are very reasonable and I can recommend the tapas. Seating is mainly on a varied collection of wooden chairs and tables with some church pews. They should be congratulated on recycling the furniture.
This is a great place to go for coffee or a glass of wine, breakfast, cake, meal, anything infact!!
I even went there when I was in labour to have breakfast before going on to the hospital, and I had a very healthy bowl of muesli with yogurt which kept me full of energy for the hours that lay ahead!
Although this place looks quite small from the front its a bit of a tardis inside and I’ve always manged to get me and my 4 children (plus pushchair) in no problem. Food is great and they now do a childrens menu I think and baby changing facilities.
I’ve also been there in the evening with friends when the atmosphere changes from being bright and breezy to cozy and atmospheric. Its great to meet up with a couple of friends and hide in one of the corners for some tapas and glasses of wine.
Staff always seem to be accommodating and general buzz in their is friendly.
The toilets are a bit of a walk down to the basement so you may need to keep your legs crossed!
The Deco Lounge is a good place to go for a quick drink after work or in between lectures but I can’t imagine 'settling in for the night’ as most of the seating is so uncomfortable! Apart from one sofa hidden in an alcove, the seating consists of wooden chairs or benches with no cushions or any hint of padding for the bonier of bottoms. That said, the food is consistently good with the breakfast options being a highlight of the menu.
The deco lounge is essentially an upmarket cafe with a bar, but this is no bad thing.
The food selection is good and i’ve always been impressed withthe quality, the breakfast being particularly yummy. The beers selection is small, Star being the beer of choice but as for non alcoholic beverages (I appreciate they have to stock something for people with hangovers) it’s excellent.
They have a fairly decent selection of board games which all seem to have pieces missing but they’re still playable.
Due to it’s location it does get busy and studenty but as long as you get here before 12 noon you should get a seat for lunch.
The service is slow and the staff aren’t especialy polite which is dissapointing because the food and decor make this a pleasant place to be.
If you like to nurse a hangover with a newspaper, fry up and a hair of the dog then this place is great. It can be a bit expensive though.
The Deco Lounge is actually part of a chain of bars/eateries but all with different names- the Porto Lounge in Fishponds and the Tinto Lounge on Gloucester Road. All of them have their own unique atmosphere but the thing they have in common is that they’re busy at all times of the days. For good reason. The food in the Deco Lounge is very reasonably priced and is really tasty- I had a spicy beanburger and cheesy garlic bread as a starter and they were both scrumptious- generous servings and arrived in good time. The drink prices aren’t too bad either. It is quite a studenty place- don’t know if you think that’s good or bad.
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