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Bristol’s best cheap eats

By bristol247, Friday Jan 3, 2020

All the best places to eat in Bristol that won’t break the bank, as recommended by Bristol24/7 readers:

Ding Sing Oriental Supermarket
2-4 Fairfax Street, BS1 3DB, www.facebook.com/dingsingbristol

“Their bao bums are delicious and cheap, the perfect lunch time grab.” – @clairesharpe_ via Twitter

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84 St Mark’s Road, Easton, BS5 6JH, www.sweetmart.co.uk

“Tasty and SO reasonably priced.” – @CooptyDunn via Twitter

Stokes Croft, Broad Quay & St Nick’s Market, www.pieminister.co.uk

“Consistent and great comfort food.” – @Ted33210718 via Twitter

36 Picton Street, Montpelier, BS6 5PZ, www.licata.co.uk

“Really great arancini balls and they’re really cheap!” – @FDLenn via Twitter

The Arc Cafe
12 Colston Parade, BS1 6RA, www.facebook.com/ArcCafe.Redcliffe

“I’ve just finished a delicious £5 chilli jacket potato and salad!” – @tom_swith192 via Twitter

Great Chongqing
52 Park Row, BS1 5LH, www.greatchongqing.co.uk

“Struggle to spend £15 on two meals and blows the competition away.” – @David_635 via Twitter

St Andrew’s Park Cafe
St Andrew’s Park, BS7, www.facebook.com/TheTeaGardenBristol

“Friendly, community-focussed staff. Great toasties and homemade cakes.” – Simon Davis via Facebook

The Glass Arcade, St Nick’s Market, BS1 1JQ

“The rice box is huge and so tasty! The queue is long but you’re greeted with a huge smile and delicious food at the end of it.” – @krooneyrooney via Twitter

Dawson’s Bakery
The Harbourside Market, BS1 5UH, www.facebook.com/dawsonsbristol

“Delicious sausage rolls, deep filled pies and mash, and a really lovely chap too. Unbeatable.” – Paul Gilbert via Facebook

Baba Ganoush Kitchen
81 St Nicholas Road, St Paul’s, BS2 9JJ, www.facebook.com/babaganoushkitchen

“Delicious, amazing food with amazing ethics from the owners.” – Ibolya Feher via Facebook

Falafel King
Narrow Quay & Cotham Hill, www.falafelkingbristol.com



Falafel King falafels – photo courtesy of www.facebook.com/falafelkingbristol

“All that deliciousness for a fiver and you won’t be hungry again for hours.” – @tpmadden via Twitter

Tuk Tuck
5 St Stephen’s Street, BS1 1EE, @TeamTukTuck

“One of my favourite affordable places to go for a dinner. They also do great deals on Wriggle!” – @GertieGoddard via Twitter

Molton Buono
59 Park Street, BS1 5NU, www.facebook.com/moltobuono59

“Such amazing value for money and incredible, authentic Italian food.” – @LittlestOrgs via Twitter

The Cog Cafe
Creative Workspace, Queen’s Road, Withywood, BS13 8LF, www.facebook.com/CogCafeBristol

“Thanks to FareShare South West who stock the cafe, the menu changes every week.” – @GillMSimmons via Twitter

The Little Taquero
Various markets, www.thelittletaquero.co.uk

“Every taco made in front of you as you wait and each one is amazing!” – Andre JP Turner via Facebook

Edna’s Kitchen
Castle Park, BS1 2DN, www.ednas-kitchen.com

“Great value and consistently good.” – Michaela Cotterell via Facebook

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