Zen is a Chinese Restaurant located by the Bristol harbourside on Millennium Square. It has been the restaurant of choice for myself, my friends Graeme, Kristine and her husband Andy for the last year or so. Along the way we have discovered a selection of dishes which make up an
Zen, a Chinese restaurant on Millennium Square, provides slightly more unusual, some would say more authentic dishes, than other restaurants. The kitchen at Zen has sourced recipes from over 23 provinces in China to create an extensive traditional menu with a contemporary twist. Some favourite dishes include aromatic chilli chicken,
If you were wondering what to do with your weekend on the 17-18th of July then wonder no more. Grillstock is a BBQ themed two‐day food & drink festival taking place in Bristol over that specific weekend. A tantalising line up awaits you at Grillstock including: King Of The Grill
Everyone Eats is a feature article, by Robert Sietsema, in the Jan / Feb 2010, Columbia Journalism Review. Its title continues with the pointedly honest appraisal: ‘but that doesn’t make you a restaurant critic’. Too true. The article provides a history of restaurant critics and the evolution of food reviews.
There are two Fishers restaurants, one opened in Oxford in 1995 and the second in Clifton, Bristol, in 2001. The second location was the setting of our dinner on Saturday and 11 of us gathered to celebrate two birthdays. The restaurant interior is designed in a nautical theme: ventilator pipes,
Two Persons, two courses each, one bottle of house wine, plus coffee or tea for only £25 in total. The price sounded good and the restaurant, the Glassboat, was one of my favourites in Bristol. An opportunity such as this was not to be missed so my friend Paul and
Saturday night, my friend Iain is visiting for the weekend, I’m running the Bristol 10k in the morning and the housemate wants to go out for a drink. Well, we all want to go out for a drink, but they want some of the alcoholic variety and I also want