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


April Featured Offers

£10 Off The Tasting Menu The Sorrel Restaurant - Ston Easton Park, RadstockBritish

Receive £10 off the tasting menu when £50 is spent in total. Excluding Sunday. Voucher must be declared at the time of booking and presented on your arrival. This voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, against special event booking, bank holidays and special occasion dates. Mention Sugarvine when booking. Expires 31st May 2015. Use the This Voucher

Afternoon Tea The Bishopstrow Hotel and Spa, WarminsterBritish

25% Off Afternoon Tea: Offer available for a limited time only .. Treat yourself to a fabulous Full Afternoon Tea in front of a roaring log fire, book for a table of 4 people at £19.50 per person and receive 25% off. Full Afternoon Tea includes: delicious homemade finger sandwiches, a selection of homemade cakes & pastries, scones with clotted cream & jam and tea/coffee. To book your table please quote CHAMP15. This offer is valid until 26th March 2015 (excluding -13th -21st February and 15th March). Terms & Conditions Table of 4 people Subject to availability Must be booked in advance

Meze Lunch Opa Meze Bar and Greek Restaurant, BathGreek

Five Meze Lunch for £14: Choose 5 meze from our special Lunch menu for just £14, from 12 noon to 6.00pm, Monday to Saturday. Please order by 5.30pm to allow us to pass on your table to other diners by 6.45pm. Not valid with any other offer.

Wine Lovers Relax Hattusa At Berwick Lodge, AlmondsburyBritish

Wine Lovers' Package: Exceptional wines and inventive menus are what Berwick Lodge is all about and we’d love to share them with you! Once you’ve settled in to your sumptuous feature double room, enjoy pre dinner drinks – 2 glasses of Nyetimber - in the cosy wood panelled Lounge or in warmer months, the Gardens. An incredible 7 course tasting menu follows in Hattusa restaurant, with wine pairings expertly selected by our Sommelier. Jean-Sebastien will be on hand to share his wine knowledge and offer recommendations for you to take away for use at home, perhaps at your next dinner party! A full breakfast follows a good night’s sleep and a take with you our gift of a bottle of Nyetimber. Midweek - £399 per couple. Weekend - £424 per couple. Upgrade to superior suite for £30. Upgrade to deluxe suite for £60. You will save £70 midweek or £60 weekend, by booking the Wine Lover’s package.

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).

Prix Fixe Menu Hotel Du Vin and Bistro, Bristol City CentreFrench

Prix Fixe Menu: 2 courses, £16.95; 3 courses, £19.95. Available lunchtimes Monday to Saturday and evenings from Monday to Friday until 7pm.

2 Specials £10 The Salthouse and The Grill On The Hill, ClevedonPub Food

Two Meals for £10.00 from the Specials board.

Thai Combo Box Thai Kitchen, Bristol City CentreThai

Thai Combo Box for £10.50 (available 5 - 9.45pm)

Meze Platter Entelia, CliftonGreek

Meze platter (meat, fish or vegeterian) for only £11.99, available 12 noon-5pm.

Sunday Lunch Goodfellows Cafe, Shepton MalletCafe

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

Bristol, Bath and Somerset competition

WIN a luxury 2 night foodie break for two in Edinburgh at The Hotel Du Vin. Prize includes £100 travel expenses, 2 course dinner with a glass of wine and bed & breakfast on both days


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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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Latest Restaurant Review:Giggling Squid, Clifton

"This restaurant has just opened. I went on consecutive nights, first with a friend and then with my partner and teenage children. I enjoyed it both times. Even though it's part of an expanding chain it doesn't feel like it. The service was excellent and the food was excellent. It was also packed and had a lively atmosphere. There's a takeaway menu too which we'll look forward to using too"
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Each month we welcome 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 the celeriac in last month’s recipe, Jon makes the Savoy cabbage centre sta ...see the full blog and reader comments

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

    • Thursday 23rd April  |  The Sorrel Restaurant - Ston Easton Park

    History Tour and Afternoon Tea History Tour and Afternoon Tea, uncover the tales of the past with a history tour from our resident historian and discover how Ston Easton Park has evolved through the centuries. Go ‘below stairs’ and explore the servants’ quarters and listen to the ...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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Latest news for diners in the Bristol, Bath and Somerset area.

    • Nando’s has launched an app for visually impaired and dyslexic diners.

    The app is a free platform that use text to speech software and colour inversion in order to assist people with impaired vision. Menus appear in OpenDylexicFont making it easier for dyslexic customers to read. Around 2 million people suffer from visual impairment alongside 10 million dyslexics throu...more

    • Marco Pierre White to open a new rooftop Steakhouse bar & Grill in Cardiff city centre.

    The development estimated to cost around £13.75m will open in Autumn 2016. White has taken advantage of the growing commercial activity taking place in Cardiff at present and is planning his ninth steakhouse Bar & Grill at Marriott’s Threadneedles Hotel. With a further 50 sites due to open ove...more

    • Radical Burger Company now open

    Radical Burger Company, Portishead has opened

    • Empire of India now open

    Empire of India, Keynsham has opened

    • The George Inn now open

    The George Inn, Bath has opened

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