MEAT59 is burger heaven! We source as much local produce as possible from within the Devon and surrounding areas. We hand mix our meat, hand press our patties, breadcrumb our chicken, pull our pork and make our own veggie patties from scratch. All this is served up alongside craft beer, local ciders and music to boot. We make as much as we can fresh and in-house including chilli, caramelised red onion, Meat59 burger sauce, bbq sauce, slaw, chilli jam, bacon ketchup, Meat59 hot sauce and hot wings.
Eat in or order a takeaway, with collection available every day.
Located in the glorious setting of the old Green Park Station since 1992 the Green Park Brasserie is one of Bath's leading independent restaurants. Hosting live music 4 nights a week, the Brasserie is a lively restaurant and comes recommended by The Sunday Times.
With Somerset's finest producers and farmers on their doorstep at Bath Farmers' Market, their aim has always been to offer fantastic food, friendly service and a great atmosphere. Local produce is at the heart of the menu including steaks, burgers, fish pie, pasta dishes, beef shin, vegan falafels and salads. The Brasserie's Sunday Roast Lunch is one of Bath's most highly rated.
Drop in for organic coffee and breakfast on the weekend markets, during the week for local beers and cocktails or for dinner as they play host to a range of jazz/funk/soul and swing music for live music on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The Brasserie also host weddings in Bath at Bath Function Rooms, directly above the restaurant, one of Bath's best independent restaurants.
Welcome to Supha’s! Bringing you the real taste of street food from Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Malaysia. At Supha’s the emphasis is very much on serving up seasonal produce and sharing fresh food with street-food style cooking and strong Asian influences including Thai cuisine as well as dishes from Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. There is an extensive vegetarian selection and lots of our dishes are naturally gluten free too.
Customers can enjoy them alongside one of the best views that any food establishment in Plymouth can offer, right on the city’s stunning waterfront where they can watch the sun set over the harbour.
My family originate from the Gujerat region of North West India via Africa. My food is authentic, wholesome home cooking served in a communal setting, as we would at home. I source the majority of my ingredients locally which lends itself to my regionally inspired dishes. Offering light Indian snacks and a cup of chai, using my family chai masala recipe, which you can enjoy on the premises, surrounded by the smells of Indian cooking and ambience. Or you may instead purchase chilled weekly special curries, pickles, chutneys, rices, breads and my famous handmade samosas with many different flavours to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.
We have now moved in with Fillfull. Fillfull is a refill and eco shopping experience which opened in August 2018. It was set up to help the local community take a step closer to using less, reusing more and ensuring that the food along the way is still tasty and interesting. It just made sense to come together with a business sharing the same ethos as ourselves and caring about the environment.