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Punjabi British fusion restaurant in the heart of Easton: opening Pipal Leaf in October 2020.

survey result

Summary

£35
    £
4
Very Good
4
Very Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Kirpal Singh & his wife Kulwinder Kaur’s four-year-old north Indian fusion venture takes a novel approach to its menu, indicating which dishes are traditional to the Punjab, and which have been developed by expat Punjabi cooks using local ingredients – hence, for instance, mussels cooked in red wine and chilli. Named after the tree beneath which Buddha found enlightenment, it now has a sibling, Pipal Leaf in Redfield.

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Restaurant details

No dress code

Prices

Starter Main Pudding
£2.50 £13.40 £6.45
Drinks  
Wine per bottle £17.95
Filter Coffee £0.00
Extras  
Bread £0.00
Service 12.50%
28 Chelsea Road, Bristol, BS5 6AF
Opening hours
Monday12 pm‑9 pm
Tuesday12 pm‑9 pm
WednesdayCLOSED
Thursday12 pm‑9 pm
Friday12 pm‑10 pm
Saturday12 pm‑10 pm
SundayCLOSED

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