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Occupying a converted corner shop/off-licence on the corner of Raleigh Road and Birch Road (hence the name), this blue-fronted neighbourhood eatery is already making waves in Bristol and beyond.
Set up by local boy Sam Leach (former pastry chef at Michelin-starred St John) and Beccy Massey (ex-The Quality Chop House), it’s a cool, clean-lined venue with big plate-glass windows, vintage lamps and a
terse daily menu of new-breed Brit-accented dishes. Produce from the couple’s half-acre smallholding bolsters their seasonal larder and finds its way into perky dishes ranging from steamed
courgette flowers with ewe’s curd and butter sauce or pickled mackerel with rhubarb and cucumber to roast lamb with a potato cake, onion sauce and redcurrant jelly. Beers and ciders are local,
while the short wine list is all about small-scale European growers, with flat mark-ups of £10 across the board.
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