Old Down Bistro - Bristol
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Old Down Bistro is a hidden gem in Old Down Country Park on the outskirts of Bristol. The Bistro is located in a converted country barn complete with exposed wooden beams, which doubles as a café by day. By night the atmosphere is transformed by flickering candles and in winter, a welcoming wood burning stove. Sink into one of the comfortable leather couches in front of the fire and enjoy a pre-dinner drink whilst browsing the menu offering a great choice of seasonal produce. Much of the meat is sourced from local farmers and most of the fruit and vegetables are hand picked from Old Down's kitchen gardens. The menu changes weekly, click on the menu button to see a sample.
Car parking is free.
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