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The Rhubarb Tavern, Bristol - pub details

Rhubarb Tavern

Address: 30 Queen Ann Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS5 9TX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23779) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lawrence Hill (0.4 miles), Bristol Temple Meads (0.7 miles), Stapleton Road (1.1 miles)

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user reviews of the Rhubarb Tavern, Bristol

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A surprisingly decent pub in an unlikely part of town. It's a traditional Victorian red brick building located in a dark, dead end street next to an industrial estate, but once you actually venture in you find a pleasant and cosy pub.

Inside, the pub is a U-shape with the bar counter at the front. It's mostly carpeted, and there are a few old beams on the ceiling. To the right there is a pool table right at the back, and some DJ gear on a table at the front, suggesting that music features prominently on occasions. There were a few plasma's dotted around showing a selection of sports fixtures.

The left hand side is slightly cosier, and leads back in to two rooms, each with an old stone fire-place on one wall and some floor to ceiling dark wood panelling. The sports theme continues though, with a number of football scarves on the ceiling as well as other trophies and boxing gloves on display and a darts board on the wall. A stainless steel food counter at the rear looked slightly out of place though. There is also apparently a garden although we did not investigate this.

The food menu was a fairly typical "pub grub" affair with options such as Chilli Con Carne, Scampi & Chips, Ham Egg & Chips and Lasagne. These were all priced at £6.30.

Beers on tap were Doom Bar and Butcombe. Ciders faired slightly better with Thatcher's Gold, Natch and Magners Golden Draught.
Blackthorn - 18 Jan 2013 14:19
This used to be my local pub, (until I moved to Nottingham! no other reason) it has a great atmosphere and is very friendly to say its in a rough area!! The landlords Joan and Steve are the best!! The regulars are great and I have had many a good night in there.

Long live the Rhubarb x x
chezza1 - 12 Apr 2010 15:25
a local pub for local people. i was a little drunk when i was driven here by a friend and did not have a clue where i was, i wanted to leave straight away, i was scared! Been there since tho and its not too bad, still felt a little on edge though!
Thee_best_bar_maid - 3 Feb 2010 14:06
This I felt had no atmosphere in it whatsoever... There are a lot of under age drinkers and a horrible little dog which should have been put down with the amount of people he has bitten! It has become a football orientated pub which not everyone likes as a local boozer.... You would have thought that they would have learnt from their other pub about that mistake!
anonymous - 21 Aug 2007 12:48

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