32 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QD
This place is a little gem in a rather random location. If you ever venture down towards Bristol you will find Ceres coffee in Stokes Croft in amongst graffiti walls and various misc shops.
The menu is small but unusual, similar style menu to Mud (Tooting) and Milk (Balham) – the head chef coming from both of these restaurants. There is something for everyone.
Their little twists on things like ‘burnt butter hollandaise’ and black rice porridge really made each dish special.
The dishes we ordered and pictured were:
The Dutchess of Spotswood: Smoked salmon and poached eggs on sourdough, burnt butter hollandaise. (They do this same dish with bacon)
Square Mile: Sweetcorn fritters, smashed avo, grilled halloumi, kasundi, poached egg.
Fat pancakes with apple, coconut yogurt, and various other adds however I do not remember the name of this dish!
Black rice porridge, coconut crème, mango.
The chefs also brought us out their new Bao bun to try which was delicious!
This was a hefty amount of food and the porridge was extremely filling (warning…) but it was a really special meal. Their menu has changed since my visit but the staff are great in sending over a copy of their most recent menu if you want to check before you go.