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Award-winning Soho restaurant to open in Bristol

One in every of 16 new eating places to open on the Cargo 2 transport container improvement in Wapping Wharf this month, Spuntino is the second instalment of Russell Norman and Richard Beatty’s award-winning Soho eatery.





The inside design of the unique restaurant in Soho has been universally praised (and far copied) for its gritty, city evocation of early twentieth century alehouses.

Spuntino Bristol takes a slight departure from design of the Soho authentic, with an inside evocative of roadside diners of Fifties America.

The area will seat 27 folks, precisely the identical quantity because the Soho authentic, with the addition of an elevated exterior terrace with panoramic views of the harbour, which can be residence to a barbecue in the summertime months.

Spuntino, which means “snack” in Italian, will ship small plates of Italian-influenced New York consolation meals.

Highlights from the menu will embody the Marla Singer Burger (named after the chaotic character from Combat Membership); Spuntino’s signature Truffle Egg Toast; Lobster Mac ’n’ Cheese; Bismarck Pancake with Fried Buttermilk Hen and Maple Syrup; and snacks corresponding to Sesame Eggplant Chips with Fennel Yogurt; and selfmade pickles.

Desserts characteristic Spuntino’s famend Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwich, in addition to Candied French Toast with Nutella Semifreddo.

Cocktails will vary from classics such because the Outdated Long-established and Jerry Thomas Manhattan, to superb revivals just like the Sazerac, served in chilled silver goblets.

Co-owner Russell Norman says: “Wapping Wharf is simply unbelievable, so vibrant and thrilling. It’s imaginative, clever city regeneration with a totally sympathetic connection to the traditions and historical past of its location. It’s additionally stunning.

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