You’ll easily find us right in the heart of the city, on Bristol’s Harbourside. We’ve stripped the space right back to its bare bones. It’s a warehouse beauty with exposed (previously hidden) brick walls, a very old terracotta floor and striking metal supports. Our open kitchen spans almost the entire length of the building, showing the chefs working in unison to deliver a quick service. Drop by sit by the harbour and explore the ciders and order at the bar whenever you’re ready.
We love our music here.. We’ve always got live music on. Dust off those dancing shoes and come on down!
Waterside Bistro offers breakfast, home made scones and cakes, lunches, afternoon tea and dinner every day. We have an exciting menu of fresh seafood and south Devon steaks alongside many British and European dishes. Meals are available in the bar with great wines and beers, on the riverside terrace or in the Bistro itself.
Open 7 days a week from 9.00am for breakfast, coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Old Bakehouse Lane, Chapel Street, Penzance, TR18 4AE
Located in the most historic part of Penzance, tucked away in our own secluded palm tree and fairy light filled courtyard. Set on two floors, each with its own atmosphere we pride ourselves in having a modern, contemporary yet warm and inviting atmosphere.
The Bakehouse has been a well established restaurant in the local community for the past 13 years, and we will try our utmost to keep it that way for locals and visitors for many years to come. We take pride in using local ingredients and produce, including Thornes fruit & veg, which is just up the road from us, Matthew Stevens fish in Newlyn and Trevarthens Cornish butchers.
The oldest and only traditional pub in St Mawes, The Victory Inn provides great quality food at a good price. All the food is made in house, with everything being sourced locally where possible. The drinks selection is varied, with local spirits, wine, lager and ale available. All the ales are Cask Marque accredited. We are family and dog friendly, even providing dog treats (and water) for your four legged friends! The restaurant upstairs can cater for up to 40 people, so it's great for private events and joins on to the terrace, perfect for boat watching.
Over the last 30 years we have been sourcing and using produce from across the South West of England. The abundance and quality of produce we have here on our door step makes us think how spoilt we are to be surrounded by so many passionate food producers. Our ethos of local, sustainable and quality shines through in all our dishes. The exciting, ever changing menus we produce demonstrate our knowledge, passion and commitment to this industry.
The Weymouth Arms, 12 Emwell Street, Warminster, BA12 8JA
01985 216 995
Exquisite food, great value for money and fresh local produce. There’s a reason why the Warminster locals fill our restaurant every day! Our beautiful inn provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where guests can relax in total comfort and enjoy the best of our seasonal, unpretentious menus. As well as fabulous food, fine wines, great local ales and ciders, we have eight en-suite rooms available for bed and breakfast if you don’t fancy the drive home.
We are ideally situated to explore the West of England, with the Longleat Estate and Centre Parcs Longleat Forest on our doorstep. The Roman city of Bath and the cathedral city of Salisbury are both just a short car journey away.
Fresh ice cream is made here on the farm from our own cows' milk. This delicious fresh ice cream is displayed in up to 16 different flavours which change on a daily basis. We have a cafe which offers scrumptious cooked breakfasts, lunch and teas every day which is all sourced from local produce. You can also enjoy home baked cakes and barista coffees. Our glass fronted cafe offers spectacular views of Roundway Hill and the surrounding farmland. There is also outdoor seating in the garden and patio and there is a play area for children. There are animals for viewing which include miniature Shetland ponies, goats sheep and, of course, cows!
With flagstoned locals bar, and a comfortable relaxed lounge bar, well kept beers, super food and a genuine fresh feeling of individuality, this is an outstanding pub which at first glance looks traditional but shows great attention to today's ideas about food and style. The enthusiastic and personable young team manages to keep a smashing, relaxed and proper pubby atmosphere while offering great service. Awarded Taste of the West Silver in 2016 for the B&B, and Gold in 2016 for the Dining Pub.
The Eastbury, once a private Georgian residence, is situated in the heart of old Sherborne, ancient capital of Dorset. The 21 bedrooms are scrupulously clean, very comfortable and thoughtfully furnished with some overlooking the very English walled garden. The restaurant Season's has a Two AA Rosette: housed within a lovely conservatory, serves decidedly English food using the abundance of high quality local produce we have available in Dorset.