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Your Bristol Favourites: Cotham Hill

By bristol247, Monday Mar 2, 2020

This month, we asked Bristol24/7 readers for your best places to eat and drink along the renowned foodie road:

Bravas
7 Cotham Hill, BS6 6LD, www.bravas.co.uk

Photo by Martin Booth

“Best tapas in Bristol.” Kaya Payne via Facebook

Falafel King
6 Cotham Hill, BS6 6LF, www.falafelkingbristol.com

Photo courtesy of Falafel King Bristol

“Downstairs is a really cosy den of delights with its lanterns, rugs, cushions and mirrors.” Tilly Vacher via Facebook

Coffee + Beer
16 Cotham Hill, BS6 6LF, www.coffeeandbeer.co.uk

Photo by Martin Booth

“Best coffee in the area and a great beer selection, with the owner being knowledgeable on both.” @David_635 via Twitter

Pasta Loco
37A Cotham Hill, BS6 6JY, www.pastaloco.co.uk

Photo by Cat Marshall

“Friendly, welcoming, professional and amazing food.” @nicolapine via Instagram

The Redland Bakery

Photo courtesy of Redland Bakery

“Fantastically stodgy Russian slices.” Chris Monahan via Facebook

Crying Wolf
37 Cotham Hill, BS6 6JY, www.cryingwolf.co.uk

Photo by Martin Booth

“Table service (no hanging around the bar to get served) and the staff are all friendly.” Jane Manley Jackson via Facebook

Cotham Hardware
11 Cotham Hill, BS6 6LD, www.facebook.com/cothamhardware

Photo courtesy of Cotham Hardware

“It’s not a restaurant but it’s one of my favourite places to go. And if you ask nicely, they might give you a bite of their sandwich.” Andrew Wood via Facebook

Muiño
32 Cotham Hill, BS6 6LA, www.muinobristol.com

Photo courtesy of Muiño 

“Great place and really good breakfasts!” @GuyPoultney via Twitter

Bristol Brewhouse & Kitchen
31-35 Cotham Hill, BS6 6JY, www.brewhouseandkitchen.com

Photo courtesy of Bristol Brewhouse & Kitchen

“Great beers brewed on site and a wide selection of guest beers too.” @tim_g_wright via Twitter

Main photo by Cat Marshall

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