Bristol has become synonymous with its fine choice of places to eat. From trendy bars to tasty street food cabins, from Michelin star fine dining to generations-old Italians still serving up great food - Bristol has it all. We have picked out our favourite places in the city to dine out in from cheap and cheerful hideaways on the city's historic narrow streets to Bristol's trendiest spots on the Harbourside. There's something for everybody. Enjoy! The Olive Shed in Prince's Wharf Known for its delightful tapas, including a range of vegetarian and vegan offerings such as zesty rice stuffed vine leaves, The Olive Shed has a lot to offer runners looking to unwind with friends, family, and a large glass of wine. Tucked away the restaurant is easy to miss, but you'd be a fool to miss out on one of the best waterfront views in Bristol by simply passing it by. Eatchu Eatchu launched at the Harbourside Market back in 2016 and opened a permanent stall inside St Nick's Market later that … [Read more...] about The top 40 best Bristol restaurants and places to eat
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Jefferson Graham USA TODAY Published 9:58 AM EST Jan 26, 2019 Wait a minute, $51 a month to subscribe to Hulu's cable TV alternative service? That's the new $6-a-month increase the Disney/Comcast/AT&T-owned service told customers about this week for its ad-free, top tier of service. Not that the ad-supported version is immune. That's going up $5 to $45 a month. This comes just shortly after Netflix raised its rates for 2019, although not as dramatically as Hulu, averaging around $2 more monthly. Or put annually, that's $72 more for Hulu and $24 more for Netflix. (More on the fine print of streaming rates in a second.) So is cutting the cord still a better deal than cable? Is now the time to go back? Not if you like paying more money. The two largest cable companies, Comcast and Charter Spectrum, both quietly jacked up their rates as well at the end of 2018, and more substantially. Spectrum's new rates, reports the Verge, will add $100 yearly to the current cost of … [Read more...] about Is streaming still cheaper than cable, even with price hikes from Netflix?
We've updated our list from last year which compiled the top 10 restaurants in Bristol according to reviews and ratings left on TripAdvisor - and there's been a lot changes. These are the views of ordinary people. Bristol’s restaurants are constantly being judged, tested and reviewed by local and national food bloggers, industry experts and critics, but sometimes it can be hard to know who to trust. A personal recommendation goes a long way, so sometimes, the best advice to follow is that of the average Bristolian, and that is where websites like TripAdvisor come in. The website bases its restaurant ratings on the reviews of hundreds of diners across the city, so if a place is consistently getting good reviews, you can be pretty safe in the knowledge it’s going to be good. So, according to TripAdvisor (and the hundreds of reviews left there) these are the best restaurants in Bristol… 10. Caribbean Croft Down from number three last January, it's still proving popular … [Read more...] about The 10 best Bristol restaurants in 2019 according to TripAdvisor
Connor Whooley USA TODAY Published 3:18 PM EST Jan 3, 2019 — Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA Today’s newsroom and any business incentives. There are many reasons to upgrade your cooking tools and kitchen gear. Maybe you're trying to cook more, or eat healthier. Or maybe you're just tired of using the same warped frying pan that you've had since college. It doesn't matter what the reason is, but the start of a new year is a perfect time to upgrade your kitchen-ware. The challenge is finding the right tools for you, and that's where we at Reviewed come in. We've compiled a list of 30 of our top-ranked items that were tested by our kitchen and cooking experts which you can pick and choose from to suit your needs. Whether it's some inexpensive measuring spoons, or a … [Read more...] about The 30 best kitchen gadgets of 2019: Instant Pot, KitchenAid and more
Beef bourguignon, coq au vin, Lancashire hot pot, Hungarian goulash, vegan chilli, or – my personal favourite – sausage stew: a good casserole dish is a meal ticket for a lifetime supply of hearty one-pot meals. Prep them, bung them in the oven, and serve them hot and bubbling to widespread fanfare. Then freeze the leftovers for a rainy day. Easy. But which casserole dish is the best? Does the ubiquitous – and undeniably handsome – Le Creuset reign supreme in terms of quality and durability? It's an important question because, when it comes to casserole pots, the best will last for (almost) ever. Buy wisely and you should have your dish for life. One of the useful things I've found while testing and reviewing casserole dishes is that the market is actually much more straightforward than it seems. People ask online whether they should be looking at casserole dishes, Dutch ovens, cocottes, coquelles – but … [Read more...] about The best casserole dishes for delicious soups, stews, and pot roasts