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Bristol Porridge Project
What could be better on a cold winter's morning than a warming bowl of porridge? Bristol Porridge Project has opened its doors and we were first in the queue. Treat yourself with a takeaway on the way to work or indulge with a leisurely breakfast in this cute corner cafe. You can mix and match your fave toppings or go for owner Adam's clever curations [en-dash] the cherry and white chocolate is to die for.

Address: 16 Trenchard St, Bristol | Telephone: |

Swoon is synonymous with Bristol summer. Head to its College Green location on any given day and find the spot full of sunbathers clutching onto their iconic pots of ice cream goodness. With new flavour combos every month, voted on by Bristol's best, there's something new to tempt every tastebud. We recommend heading there early evening and making it a party with one of their mango sorbetto bellinis. swoononaspoon.co.uk

Address: 31 College Green, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 929 0093 |

Pinkmans Bakery
Pinkmans Bakery is already a Park Street institution, snagging a double win in Bristol's Good Food awards 2016 for Best Newcomer and Best Cakes. And it's no surprise; with seasonally-flavoured sourdoughnuts lining the glass counter and wood fired pizza wafting out of the open kitchen, there really is no better place to be on a weekend afternoon. Try to avoid snapping their lush green foliage and rose gold accents for your interior inspo Pinterest board; trust us, it's already on there.

Address: 85 Park St, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 403 2040 |

Affordable Restaurants

The hotly-contested title for Bristol's best burger has a new contender in recently opened Asado. Let the latin beats and the smoky smell of the wood-fired grill entice you in to this welcoming little restaurant, just off Colston Street, and enjoy their small but perfectly-formed menu. Each burger has its own mouth-watering delights, but make sure to order a side of the rosemary fries for the ultimate in dinner perfection.

Address: 90 Colston St, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 927 9276 |

The Stable
Harbourside establishment The Stable delves further into the best of local produce with their new season menu. Each new pizza uses ingredients from the surrounding areas. The pizzas are accompanied by their brand new in-house blended ciders. Don't forget to leave a little room for dessert: the cider sorbet is the perfect palette cleanser to round off the evening.

Address: South Bldg Anchor Square, Canon's Rd, Harbourside, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 927 9999 |

With a Snoop Dogg-inspired name, as much baconnaise as you could ever need and a solid claim to the title of best burger in Bristol, Oowee has hit the city hard since its arrival at the end of last year. This tiny diner tucked behind Stokes Croft has swiftly become the most sought-after place to get your meat fix, along with a side of outstandingly dirty fries.

Address: 54 Picton St, Bristol | Telephone: |

Brought to Bristol by England rugby player Will Collier and his two brothers, Pigsty does exactly what it says on the tin. Situated in the buzzing new Cargo 1 development, this intimate restaurant serves up pork in every delicious way imaginable for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We recommend getting there early to nab a spot, then snacking on hoguettes with baconaise until the rest of your party arrive.   

Address: Unit 1&2 Goal Ferry Steps, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 929 7700 |

Good Quality Restaurants

The Rummer
Head beneath the cobbled streets of St Nicks market to discover a cellar of gourmet delights at The Rummer Hotel. Offering a five-course menu based on a different theme each month, this is less a meal out, more a culinary adventure. Recent menus include bell jars full of whiskey smoke and scallop gin ceviche, all served with cocktails made using the hotel's own infused spirits. Book in early and lose all sense of time underground, focusing only on your tastebuds. 

Address: All Saints Ln, Avon, Bristol | Telephone: 0117 929 4243 |

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