142 Temple Street
(0117) 925 4415.


Mon-Sat 12-11, Sun closed  



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A recent facelift has given this pub a new look, but the beers inside are still the same great choice it's always been. Entry is up a step through a narrow doorway making it difficult for the disabled. As you enter you are almost facing the bar which is along the wall to the left. There are usually four to five beers here, now from the Hidden Brewery range. All were kept and served well. Facing the bar is a leaning shelf on the opposite wall that also has some high stools to sit at it. At the far end of the bar is a real fireplace, but it doesn't keep the rest of the pub warm, only up here and the entrances to the toilets, which are here also. The other seating area is at the front of the pub and has picture windows, rather like shops. You sit here on the windowsill with a cushion at square dark wood tables complimented with similar chairs. The pub is carpeted throughout. Food is served here lunch and evenings, though check at weekends first. The choices are good and there is always something for the vegetarian to eat that is not the usual boring lasagne. Prices are fair for the city and portions are OK. No accommodation here.



Although BS1 6EN is the correct postcode for this pub, all online mapping services report this location incorrectly. If you use BS1 6AB, they will show the correct location. 





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