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After honing their talents in some of Bristol and London’s top gastro-spots (St John, 40 Maltby Street) Sam Leach & Beccy Massy are now racking up praise for their own “fantastic neighbourhood restaurant”, in Southville; the “exquisite” small plates – many of the ingredients sourced from their own field on the outskirts of town – are a “total bargain” and “well worth more than one visit”.
Sam Leach & Beccy Massy, “who served their apprenticeships at many of Bristol’s top restaurants”, continue to win praise for their white-walled Southville venture, serving “exotic” small plates featuring “fascinating combinations of local ingredients”. However, “more in the way of sound absorption” would go down well with some reporters.
“Simple, understated and excellent value” – the virtues of Sam Leach and Beccy Massey’s small, white-walled shop-conversion in Southville, where engaging staff provide “a limited, daily changing menu, using locally grown produce” (much of it from their own allotment). “Everything is to a very high standard, and the best dishes are divine!”
47 Raleigh Rd, Bristol, BS3 1QS
Wed – Sat: 6pm – 10pm, Sat, 12:30pm – 2pm
Last orders: 10 pm