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Beneath the famous Everyman Theatre, this bistro was founded nearly 40 years ago and continues to set the standard for good food on a modest budget. Fresh, seasonal ingredients, a menu that changes twice
daily, and a down-to-earth style of cooking, draw an appreciative crowd. Middle Eastern spiced lamb with chick peas and apricots is a favourite, closely followed by beef in ale with mushrooms.
Quiches, pizzas and salads are also a strong point. There’s a wide selection of vegetarian and gluten-free dishes too, as well as cask cider, Belgian beers, and great cakes and pastries, especially
the lemon syrup cake.
I was a little sad when the Everyman Theatre on Hope Street temporarily shut a couple of years back as I never got round to trying the highly rated bistro. However it reopened earlier this year after undergoing major refurbishment bringing it into the 21st century and it was time to make amends. The décor inside and out has been modernised with the exterior logo in simple letters huge letters in striking red. The spacious bistro is in the basement and is welcoming with a bar area and plenty of tables.The menu is full of British classics with harissa and pomegranate yoghurt the only components of one dish which were inspired from elsewhere that we could see...
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