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Good FOOD ✱

Food Stamp Award

In each issue of Good Bristol we’ll point you in the direction of some of the best eateries around the city - offering good food, good value, good service and good, sustainable practices. In this issue our Good Bristol Food Stamp is awarded to the Cherry Duck Bistro. Harbourside bistro Cherry Duck offers an authentic taste of the South West, using ethically-sourced produce from local suppliers, including organic bakers Mark’s Bread, sustainable fishmongers Smith Fish, and Powells of Olveston who provide local meat with low food miles. The Cherry Duck recycles everything possible - avoiding landfill by recycling food waste - and takes measures to reuse items where it can, which is good

for the environment and saves money. The restaurant uses recycled napkins and offers their table water in reusable glass bottles. With views of the floating harbour, local art showcased on the walls and furniture refurbished by the team themselves, this bustling bistro offers an ideal setting for a perfect Sunday lunch, whether you choose the 36-day aged Frampton-on-Severn rib eye of beef or the date and walnut roast with all the trimmings. Finish off (if you’ve still got room!) with a rhubarb

crumble and crème patissiere or warm sticky almond cake, delicious with the accompanying Chantilly cream and almond praline. Cherry Duck’s entire sumptuously tasty menu is freshly prepared in-house, using seasonal produce and 100% organic, free-range meat and dairy. The friendly staff will make you feel welcome and ensure that a great eating experience is had by all. A La Carte: £16-£22.50; Sunday lunch: £12.50-£15.95 www.cherryduckbistro.co.uk ■

summer 2014


Profile for Good Bristol

Good Bristol Magazine Issue 2  

Good Bristol Magazine Issue 2