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Visited here because we thought we had been here before and wanted to see the Clifton Suspension Bridge Lit up - it rained unfortunately! Quick service and lovely burgers but not cheap - two burgers, two pints of cider, 1 chips & 1 filled potato...More
This place, with its fantastic view, should be a goldmine. The weather was amazing for November and we sat out on the terrace. Had a look at the menu, it seemed like a throwback to the nineties, old fashioned pub grub. We are vegetarians, and...More
Let me be honest, this place is more for the view than anything else. The hotel is below par, the paint and look of it is quite sad. The bar was alright nothing special to it. The food was a bit cold, the avocado was...More
Stopped here for a coffee, and was not impressed. I know it’s Clifton, but I thought nearly £7 for two coffees was a little pricey, to make matters the coffees weren’t even hot!! The view of the Suspension Bridge was lovely. Won’t be visiting again.
This is the second time we have visited, and the second time we have left without eating what we ordered and asking for our money back.
How hard can it be to get a fish finger sandwich and a chip buttie correct?
I Will not...More
Went in for lunch but we were 20mins early for the lunch service. We simply asked if we could take a seat, have a coffee and wait for the service to start. The manager clearly thought this an extremely complex question, put her fingers on...More
I took a friend for lunch yesterday here mainly for the views as she was visiting Bristol.
The tables outside were dirty and we had to move twice before settling because of this and there was smashed glass on the floor under another table ....More
I used to live in Bristol. I was bringing a friend for the first time. We went to the white lion purely for the view. Reasonable pint, average pub. The only reason you go is the view and it is spectacular.
We thought we stop of in Bristol on the way back I London as we heard of the amazing view of a suspension breach, unfortunately, the weather was bad and raining, sit down inside and order sanwiches, food was delivered after 40minutes and after a...More
We were reccommended this place which is adjoining the Avon George Hotel. It was very busy inside when we went in but we ordered at the bar after about 10 minutes (which is OK for a busy bar). We then went outside as they have...More