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Does The Ashville in Ashton serve one of the best steaks in Bristol?

There’s no scarcity of choices in terms of discovering an honest steak in Bristol.

The likes of The Ox, Chomp, Cau and the newly-opened Pasture all serve high notch rumps, rib-eyes, sirloins and extra and all have eager followings among the many metropolis’s carnivores.





However there’s someplace a little bit extra off the overwhelmed observe which ranks amongst – if not surpasses – these talked about above as one of many metropolis’s most interesting steakhouse.

Rewind 5 years and what’s now The Ashville was the oddly-named Attempt Once more, which was particularly standard with Bristol Metropolis earlier than and after matches on the close by Ashton Gate.

Throughout this time it had an undesirable status as a rowdy boozer which performed host to its fair proportion of scraps, with punters fuelled by low-cost lager.

However the neighbourhood native has since been remodeled and is now utterly unrecognisable in each means, from the looks to the beer choice to the menu, which simply so occurs to incorporate some critically excellent steaks.

The restaurant’s web site boldly claims it’s ‘one of the best steakhouse in South Bristol’ and it might be exhausting for anybody to argue in any other case.

Utilizing the best cuts of beef from the long-running Buxton Butchers, the steaks at The Ashville are completely luxurious, cooked simply the way you ask for them and fairly priced.

There’s a variety of choices to go for from the traditional 8oz sirloin steak to a 32oz tomahawk steak, and even the almighty 96oz t-bone in the event you so want, which skilled eater ‘Metal Rod’ famously noticed off in November. Costs vary from £15.95 as much as £110.

The 12oz sirloin I had was pure heaven and simply one of many most interesting I’ve had in Bristol, or wherever for that matter, accompanied splendidly by the magnificent triple cooked chips and runny peppercorn sauce.

And the standard of the meals was greater than matched by the service, with Hungarian supervisor Sandor Marton and his group making us really feel welcome as quickly as we walked via the door.

Attending to the Ashville would possibly take a bit extra effort than a few of Bristol’s different steakhouses, particularly in the event you dwell north of the river, however you would be exhausting pressed to discover a higher steak wherever within the metropolis.

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