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The Annexe Inn, Bristol - pub details

Address: Nevil Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS7 9EQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23799) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Montpelier (0.8 miles), Redland (1 mile), Stapleton Road (1.4 miles)

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For me this pub ticked all the boxes. In Bristol for football at the memorial ground my friends and me were looking for somewhere with real ale, good food and satellite TV for the lunchtime game. All three were available in spades.

Don't be put off by outward appearances (from the outside the Annexe resembles a Church Hall or Scout Hut), inside is spacious. Six draught beers were on offer and, not being beer snobs, we were more than happy to stick to the Doombar and Tribute. Both were excellently kept.

Food was cheap. £5.95 for a perfectly cooked Rump Steak & Chips. The staff, though young, were polite and attentive and could pull a pint. The pub was pleasantly full but not so that one had to queue for more than a minute or two at the bar.

The only let-down was a dire Burnley v Cardiff game on the box.

We will definitely be going back to the Annexe on our next visit to Bristol.
yelnats - 21 Apr 2013 10:17
Although this place is one step back from the main road, its worth seeking out. The beers on tap are well kept and there is a variety (6 when i visited) on offer. Food is good pub quality and inexpensive. As is the beer compared to the main strip. The bar staff were helpful and friendly. Its probably not aimed at families, as the seating and arrangement of the bar and TVs are couples and fours. But great for a session on a saturday or sunday lunchtime.
beermorph - 13 Jul 2012 20:50
As you walk down from the busy Gloucester Road you come acroos a huge slab of a pub called the Sportsman - this can't be right we thought! but carry on round the corner and you find the old pub outbuildings which have been converted into the Annexe Bar which was pleasantly busy with Bristol Rovers fans and others in to watch the England v Spain game. A good crowd and no hassle whatsoever. Real ales feature here and as has been said it was rather sad to see Courage Best and the now ubiquitous Doom Bar on tap although we were lucky to have a good selection of guest ales. I had the Wye Valley HPA which was fine and then we had Dark Star American Pale Ale which was brilliant. There was food being served and the portions looked pretty hefty = so good value for money. Our bus passes got us 30p discount off every pint which was a nice touch for us old fogeys. The three girls behind the bar added that little bit of charm and sparkle to the evening and I would certainly use the pub again when next in Bristol There are plenty buses up and down Gloucester Road - get off at the stop for the County Cricket Ground.
mcroyal - 13 Nov 2011 12:09
A recent visit here. What I don't like about this place is the dismal choice of Beer cb doombar,and the guests ? all of a similiar strength to be honest i don't think my gran would get excited about the choice in here. Quality was adequate only.
beatles38 - 22 Sep 2011 21:45
Lovely pub situated behind the cavernous and not very nice Sportsman's. Eight pumps and seven beers on when I visited. Tried Wye Valley HPA, Quercus Spring Oak and Wood's Special, the latter two being guest ales. All in top form. However, don't really understand why they tie up two pumps with Courage Best and Doom Bar. Some Doom did get sold while I was there but not a single pint of C/B, while the guests were flying over the bar. Didn't try the food but it looked good and very reasonably priced.
mousefan - 5 Apr 2011 20:36

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