Enjoy a great meal & save money with these special offers & deals at a selection of restaurants in Bristol, Bath and Somerset.


January Featured Offers

Online Offer Hotel Du Vin and Bistro, Bristol City CentreFrench

BOOK ONLINE OFFER: ENTRECÔTE & MERLOT: A classic 28 day aged Entrecôte steak, accompanied by pomme frites, a crisp green salad and a half bottle of our own hand-picked Languedoc Merlot and all for only £25 per person. Terms and conditions: Subject to availability and offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Available until 27th February for lunch Monday to Saturday and dinner Sunday to Thursday. Not available at Hotel du Vin Glasgow or Wimbledon. Wine is a half bottle of Hotel du Vin merlot per person. click here to book

January tasting menu offer Hattusa At Berwick Lodge, AlmondsburyBritish

January Tasting Menu: In the month of January, enjoy Paul’s exquisite 8 course winter tasting menu with £20 off. Tasting Menu – £55 (normally £75) click here to see menu

Two Night Spa Break The Bailbrook Lodge, BathHotel

Two night spa break includes a three-hour session at Bath Thermal Spa, a three-course lunch in the centre of Bath and two nights bed and champagne breakfast, £119 per person.

Leisure Break Brasserie Brunel, BathFrench

Leisure Break: 2 nights dinner, bed and breakfast including a welcome bottle of wine from £109 per person (available Sunday-Thursday).

Early Diner Offer £9.99 Entelia, CliftonGreek

Early Diner Offer, £9.99: Dine between 3pm and 6pm and enjoy a meze or main and a free glass of house wine. Pick three meze dishes from the weekly menu or choose a main course and get a glass of house wine for free.

20% Off Main Meals The Salthouse and The Grill On The Hill, ClevedonPub Food

20% off all main meals when you mention Sugarvine (this cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, MUST quote Sugarvine when booking).

Sunday Lunch Goodfellows Cafe, Shepton MalletCafe

Sunday Offer: Roast dinner, glass of wine and dessert for £15.

Sirloin steak meal King William Inn, GlastonburyPub Food

8oz Sirloin Steak with Jack Daniels Tennessee glaze served with seasoned wedges, onion rings and salad £12.75

Bristol, Bath and Somerset competition

WIN an overnight stay for two including dinner, breakfast, use of the leisure facilities and a 25-minute spa treatment each at the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel and Spa near Chester.


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Book a Local Hotel Room

If you're planning a special meal out, why not make a night of it? We can offer the best hotel deals, with discounts of up to 70%....more

Order a Takeaway

It's simple and free to place your Takeaway order online. Just click on the link to browse places to eat in Bristol, Bath and Somerset where you can order online....more

Matthew Mason

Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.

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Baowow takes its name from the hot Asian steamed buns (bao) that form a central part of the menu at this new Baldwin Street eatery. It’s a real pan-Asian experience with dishes from Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, China and Taiwan. Apart from the range of ...more

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Enjoyed your last meal out? If so, write a restaurant review on Sugarvine and we’ll give you a £50 discount on your first case of wine purchased from Virgin Wines.

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Latest Restaurant Review:Old Farmhouse The, Nailsea

"Had a brilliant meal here today. Really good service and quality food. The only thing I would say is that the main meals were far too big. So a lot of wasted food. Owners were really nice and so were all the staff. Could not do enough for us. Well done."
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Last month we welcomed Head Chef Jon Los from the four-star The Bishopstrow to share with you his favourite seasonal ingredients to work with in his kitchen. Following on from last month’s recipe  honouring the brussel sprout at Christmas, this month ...see the full blog and reader comments

Your guide to upcoming events at restaurants, pubs & venues in the area.

    • Saturday 21st February  |  Hattusa At Berwick Lodge

    Wine Tasting with Sweet Treats Dégustation Afternoon, 21 Feb 15:30 - 18:00. Do you have a sweet tooth? Sample a selection of tasty pastries while Sommelier Jean-Sebastien takes you through the accompanying wines. 6 pastries & wines. £59pp ...more

    • Sunday 26th April  |  Hattusa At Berwick Lodge

    Fish Cookery Course Catch of the Day! 26 Apr 10:00 - 16:30. Learn to prepare and cook fish to perfection – £120 per person. Understanding the techniques of preparing and cooking different types of fish can seem quite daunting, so in this day long cookery course ...more

    • Sunday 18th October  |  Hattusa At Berwick Lodge

    Game Cookery Course Game – from field to plate, 18 Oct 10:00 - 16:30. Learn how to joint, prepare and cook a rabbit and pheasant. Learn a range of traditional butchery skills and cookery techniques for two game meats – rabbit and pheasant. From plucking through to j ...more

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    • Dining on the up!

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    • River Cottage to open two more venues in 2015

    Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is to expand the River Cottage estate this year after raising more than one million via crowd funding, enabling two more River Cottage Canteen restaurants. The roll out is a seemingly measured affair, slow steady progressive expansion seems to be working well for Whittin...more

    • Caribbean Kitchen Bath now open

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