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All Bar One, Bristol - pub details

Address: 47 Corn Street, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 1HT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12882) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bristol Temple Meads (0.7 miles), Clifton Down (1 mile), Redland (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.1/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Food is pretty good and not over the top price wise either. The staff where friendly however it gets a big thumbs down for the price of the drink. My lord £4 for a pint of cider.
pintofyourbest - 18 Mar 2012 17:46
Not good. Flat beer.
MasterBrewer - 24 Jun 2011 21:19
Amazing spoony doesnt spoony doesn't like this place , as he obviously dont mind playing nearly £4 for a small bottle of perroni at bsb
beatles38 - 22 Nov 2010 22:48
Lifeless on a Saturday night and appallingly flat lager.

Pretends to be more classy than a Wetherspoons but this is just awful by comparison.

Avoid at all costs.
Spoony - 22 Nov 2010 03:51
Like beatles38 has said, this has quite a European feel to it, and the food was better than expected. I had avoided this place for several years as they did not sell any cider, but fortunately they have now seen the error of their ways and are stocking one, even if it is rather sweet and not at all local.

Itís a large single room bar with a counter running the whole length of one wall. There are some high tables with bar stools and bench seating around the opposite wall, and a selection of tables scattered around all with candles on them to add to the ambience. Itís a shame that the overhead ducting for the ventilation and other service pipes seem to have rather obscured the ornate ceiling. It would have been nice if they had made more of a feature of it like the Commercial Rooms and many other establishments in Corn Street, rather than just hiding it away. Itís fine in a warehouse style establishment like the Tobacco Factory, but it doesnít really fit in here. The corporate branding was a little OTT, with the bar name emblazoned across everything from the window blinds to the clock, and even the hand dryers in the loo and the rather superfluous bit of paper than came pinned to the top of my burger. Just in case youíve forgotten by the time your food arrives where you are.

The Eastern European waitress was friendly and efficient and there was a good choice on the menu, with a whole range of food from snacks and sharing platters to steaks and more adventurous dishes, with a particularly good selection of burgers. Most of the mains are around the £8 - £12 mark, and my burger with caramelised red onions and a very decent wedge of Camembert certainly hit the spot, although it could have been a few degrees warmer. Itís nice to get a proper bottle of Heinz ketchup as well, rather than a small pot of some indeterminate red sauce or a sachet that you canít open and only contains about half a teaspoonful anyway.

The only beer was keg London Pride, although there was a good selection of continental stuff (all fitted with fake beer engine hand pumps!). The solitary cider was Aspallís Suffolk. There were a few barrels racked up behind the bar, but unfortunately these were not for beer, merely a means of dispensing wine.
Blackthorn - 1 Sep 2010 11:27

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