That is when Bristol’s highly-anticipated new Naked Grills smokehouse restaurant will open
Bristol’s meals scene has undergone loads of adjustments in 2018, with a bunch of each openings and closures.
Some of the high-profile departures was that of Grillstock, the troubled chain which was as soon as seen as a correct Bristol establishment earlier than getting into a interval of monetary woes and shutting for good in October.
Its demise was met with unhappiness by town’s meat-lovers, however that unhappiness rapidly turned to pleasure when the restaurant’s successor was introduced.
And Naked Grills, which revealed its imminent Bristol arrival again in November, will do a really related factor to Grillstock.
It specialises in grilled items, as you would possibly anticipate, with a menu which is bound to make town’s meat-eating foodies salivate.
With branches already in Taunton and Weston-super-Mare, Naked Grills describes itself as “one of the best dang smokehouse within the South West” and its TripAdvisor critiques definitely again that assertion up, with loads of prospects praising its juicy cuts of meat.
A few of the most mouthwatering choices on the menu look to be The Filthy Pig burger, which comes with two beef patties topped with melted cheese and bacon, the smoked brisket which is slow-cooked for 16 hours and the £35 BBQ tower, which features a gluttonous quantity of meals for 2 folks to share.
The chain was born out of an appreciation for “rattling positive burgers and high quality smoked meats”, in keeping with its web site. Talking when the Bristol opening was introduced, operations supervisor Pete Griffiths mentioned the location on The Triangle, within the former Grillstock web site, is ideal.