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Stopped in for a couple of pints and a bite before a gig at the nearby o2. Beers from top brewers on pump and all well priced for a pretty central bar. Also an impressive range of bottles in the fridge. Our sausage ciabatta's were...More
Thank Nick H
jenna_graves, Owner at The Three Tuns Bristol, responded to this reviewResponded 6 May 2018
Glad you enjoyed your visit, thanks for the review and see you again soon!
I first came to eat here in early January for the first time, got their fried chicken burger. I thought it was amazing. So I went again recently, had the same thing, and this time it was one of the worst chicken burgers I have...More
Thank Zahid J
jenna_graves, Owner at The Three Tuns Bristol, responded to this reviewResponded 28 February 2018
It was exactly the same chef as when you visited in January, glad you enjoyed your amazing sandwich.
He prides himself on maintaining a level of consistency and quality and feedback is generally good so is understandably devastated to read this.
Popped in for a few hours on Tuesday evening. Great selection of real ale; a few different preferences amongst our group and were not let down. Great friendly service, and surroundings were great. Traditional pub keeping up with current demands (not old or tired looking,...More
Thank Tim S
jenna_graves, Owner at The Three Tuns Bristol, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2018
thanks very much for the great review. We hope to see you again soon!
My partner and I arranged to go for Sunday dinner with a group of friends to the Hatchet inn, after being totally unimpressed and consequently getting our money back we decided to go elsewhere !
We decided to take a gamble on The Three Tuns...More
jenna_graves, Owner at The Three Tuns Bristol, responded to this reviewResponded 15 October 2017
We are so pleased you decided to give the Tuns a visit. Thanks for the great review and hopefully we'll be seeing you again soon!
Me and the missus came here for Sunday lunch at 1230 through the Wriggle Bristol "Porchetta" promotion.
Good points first, excellent beer with a wide range of ales and friendly staff.
Not so good points - From a choice of pork/beef or Veggie we both...More
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jenna_graves, Owner at The Three Tuns Bristol, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2017
Thanks for leaving a review. We are disappointed that you were unsatisfied with your meal but have taken your comments on board and have notified the kitchen and discussed your feedback. We endeavour to make every customer's' experience here good, so hopefully you'll be willing...More
Hi, yes I liked this pub and there are other traditional pubs to enjoy, such as The Bag of Nails (lots of cats roaming around and a turntable playing vinyl records) and the King William Ale House. The King William Ale House... More
Hi, yes I liked this pub and there are other traditional pubs to enjoy, such as The Bag of Nails (lots of cats roaming around and a turntable playing vinyl records) and the King William Ale House. The King William Ale House has lots of character and is owned by the family run Samuel Smith's company, which brews its own beers, ciders and does not have any brands of the usual beers, ciders and spirits that you find in the majority of other pubs. It is also much cheaper than many other pubs, the beers are good quality and they have a 'no television, no music' policy, so customers can enjoy a drink and a chat. I do not know of any Irish pubs in Bristol but The Three Tuns does have Irish music nights every Monday. There are plenty of traditional and modern pubs in Bristol and if you do a Google search you will be able to look at some sites with photographs of the pubs and customer reviews so you decide for yourself if they are worth visiting. I hope you have a good holiday.