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An ‘common expertise’ at famend Bristol steak restaurant The Ox

Regardless of being famend as a vegan paradise, Bristol can be house to its justifiable share of first rate steakhouses, such is the various nature of the town’s meals scene.

Pasture, Mugshot and Miller & Carter have all opened right here for the reason that flip of 2018, fairly doubtless having been impressed by the success of The Ox, which opened its first restaurant on Corn Road earlier than launching two extra, in Cheltenham and Clifton respectively.





As somebody who appreciates a top quality minimize of meat, I used to be excited to strive the chain’s dimly-lit Whiteladies Highway department for the primary time, however finally left with a tinge of disappointment.

General it actually wasn’t horrible by any stretch of the creativeness and there have been facets we appreciated, however for the costs and widespread acclaim, we had been hoping for a bit extra.

For my starter, I opted for the the pork and pistachio terrine on sourdough toast (£8). The terrine itself was pleasant and there was a beneficiant quantity of it, however the two slices of bread to accompany it had been badly burnt in components, virtually spoiling the pâté fully.

Certain, I might have requested the waiter – who was good all through the night time – for a brand new batch of toast however I do not assume that needs to be anticipated for an £8 starter.

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