River Cottage Kitchen Bristol

River Cottage Kitchen Bristol

British

0.5 miles
St Johns Court, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2QY

River Cottage Kitchen Bristol offers fantastic food in a beautifully restored Grade II listed church building in Clifton. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the team serves delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere. You can pop in for coffee and cake, local beer or cider throughout the day.

River Cottage uses the very best local, responsibly sourced and seasonal ingredients to create exciting menus that reflect their passion and commitment to food provenance. Fresh seasonal vegetables are always at the heart of the cooking – including the children’s menu. The free-range, organic and wild meats are sourced from farms the team knows and trusts, and the fish and shellfish is day boat landed, MSC certified or sustainably farmed. The team loves working with like-minded producers and suppliers, which in turn helps to protect and support small businesses, rural communities and the environment.

You may remember River Cottage from its humble beginning in 1999, when Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall first brought his hands-on, ethical food ethos to our TV screens. Since then the River Cottage books, series and Hugh’s hard-hitting campaigns have helped change the eating habits of the nation and attitudes to animal welfare.


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