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A quaint little tapas restaurant offering a good variety of dishes at very reasonable costs.
Very friendly staff and great atmosphere, apart from the constant clattering of bottles being thrown into a bottle bin by the bar staff which was rather disturbing. Please remember in...More
Had lunch on this boat in the centre of Bristol today and was very impressed. There were 8 of us and we were told that there was only one chef today. Despite that, both the food, (perhaps a LITTLE slow arriving, but there WERE 8...More
Have been a few times, only ever for drinks. I've always enjoyed myself, it's a bit on the expensive side but well worth it.
This evening I had a cocktail that was mainly Gin and a bit of absinthe - it was hella good! Would...More
The worst restaurant I have been to in Bristol so far. Booked a table and we were cramped in the corner. We ordered some tapas starters first and told the waitress we would order a few pizzas after. The tapas was of good quality and...More
Went here with friends for a colleague's leaving do and had a brilliant time.
Love the novelty of being on a boat, the nautical features of ropes, barrels, port holes, bathtubs and rustic furniture.
Good drink selection and great ales, a little pricey but tasty....More
A lovely and unusual floating tapas bar. Great food very reasonable priced wine and then.......a brilliant open mic night. Young female singer and a 'political poet' were the high spots.
Altogether an excellent evening -highly recommended!