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The Cadbury House, Montpelier - pub details

Cadbury House
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Address: 68 Richmond Road, Montpelier, Bristol, Bristol, BS6 5EW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23792) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Montpelier (0.2 miles), Redland (0.5 miles), Stapleton Road (1 mile)

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three ales on offer included sa tribute,doombar,and gem,food menu looked tasty and home made,service friendly enough and nice sun trap beer garden at rear,7/10
fat_beer_badger - 4 Jun 2011 12:45
Unusual looking and good-sized pub, squeezed in to a residential street and completely surrounded by houses on all sides. The pub is covered in some interesting murals, both front and back, which is an interesting feature.

As you walk down the entrance stairs it feels like you’re going in to some sort of club, with no view of the actual premises and the walls plastered in flyers for gigs. Once you’re in the pub it’s a whole lot more conventional though, and quite pleasant. Lots of wood around the place, a darts board and an unusual card table. There’s a good-sized garden out the back with a BBQ, and a short menu chalked up on a board above the bar.

Clientele seemed fine on our visit, unlike the experience of some other posters. There was a wide age range present, from babies to OAP’s. OK, there were a few “alternative looking” types at one table, but they were just enjoying their beer and not causing a problem to anyone. Having said that, we were there early on a Wednesday evening, it may be different late at night.

Beers on this occasion were Gem, Tribute and Abbot Ale. The cider was Thatcher’s Gold. This seems to be a decent community pub, well worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Blackthorn - 28 Apr 2010 09:29
Having been under new management for some months now, the Cadbury has been cleaned up and is now well worth a visit again.

We have a fine and reasonably priced menu of delicious home-cooked food from two well-known Bristol chefs, and good selection of beers, ciders and spirits.

Our award winning Sunday Reggae 'n' Roasts (£7.50) are fast becoming legendary.

When the weather's good, we have a nice beer garden for outside drinking & dining; if not we have an excellent covered heated area with tables, benches and a few warm and comfortable sofas.

Good Food, Good Beer, Great Atmosphere
Sibotts - 7 Dec 2009 18:15
My local but tend to avoid due to many of the issues listed by other reviewers. Pub 'garden' develops an air of menace at times – it ain't just the alcohol. No need for the aggressive posturing.

Can be friendlier inside.

Hillgrove Porter Stores/Hare on the Hill are better boozers.
Tysca - 19 Aug 2009 17:27
They do some good ales, but the atmosphere is not fantastic - too many braying trustafarians. Has also been a really smoky pub so not sure how it will fare with the ban.
DanielJudeCook - 5 Jul 2007 17:10

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