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The Priory Hotel, Portbury - pub details

Priory Hotel
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Address: Station Road, Portbury, Bristol, Somerset, BS20 7TN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24391) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Avonmouth (2.2 miles), Shirehampton (2.2 miles), St Andrews Road (2.2 miles)

Chain: Vintage Inns

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Visited for evening meal, good food and service, more food led than a drinkers pub. Aspalls on tap excellent. Not the cheapest though.
drg8844 - 30 Mar 2013 13:27
I ate there today 31/3/11 and can confirm James55westhead's post: chicken like rubber, chips were plain nasty and the peas were OK and it was expensive for what it was. I will never go there again.
feedme - 31 Mar 2011 20:01
It's been a couple of years now since trying this large establishement. Didn't rate it very highly then and, the same is even lower now. Nothing seems to have changed decor wise,neither the menu really. went for the safe option as we were in a slight hurry Fish/chips (whale on the menu) 2 X scampi the mea; arrived wrong save the fish/chips so whilst my mother ate, sister and i waited..The seasoned chips are a rip of,just cheap frozen fries with pepper on the garden peas alla normal and, the 9 pieces Scampi although looked large were quite small on the inside.My mothers fish was oil soaked batter and tasted awful another cheap comodity when the skin is left on. All in All very basic pub food, highley priced and, if the pretencious crowd keep going in it won't change.More of a place to be seen rather than food/drink orientated. The entrance was a carpet of cigarette ends and the xmas tree a cobwebbed bridge to the ceiling. A thumbs down and, probably another 2 years before i go again.
james55westhead - 19 Dec 2009 15:50
Typical Vintage Inns Pub, tasteful decor and freindly staff. However always slightly pricey, and whilst food is not bad, its evident that most, if not all, is cooked by microwave chefs. Real shame because otherwise this could be a winner.
stage1 - 10 Apr 2009 16:08
Quite food led with a decent selection of dishes on the main menu, plus a few on the specials board. They do food all day as well which is useful. Nothing outstanding but not too bad either. It's a nice comfy pub, and they have a decent range of drinks as well.
Tucked out the way in a village cul-de-sac, but also only two minutes drive from J19 of the M5.
It's the same chain as the The Globe at Newton St Low and the Dovecoat ast Ashton, so if you're familiar with either of them you know what to expect.
Blackthorn - 7 Mar 2009 20:36

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