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The Adam and Eve, Bristol - pub details

Address: 7 Hope Chapel Hill, Bristol, Bristol, BS8 4ND [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23810) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clifton Down (1.1 miles), Bedminster (1.5 miles), Parson Street (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 28 users)
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This pub changed hands a couple of months ago, and the new tenants are in the process of improving things. The meal I had was very tasty and excellent value for money, the wine and the Doombar were in top condition, staff friendly and efficient, and a nice real-fire too. I'd certainly recommend this cosy little pub to anyone, and look forward to my next visit.
colin951 - 12 Oct 2011 12:45
The pub's recently changed hands, and is still finding its feet under the new management. I hope they'll make a go of it - I've spent some very enjoyable evenings in here over the last few years, and it would be a shame to see it go to the wall, or have to change its character in order to succeed. Good luck to them.
earlydrinker - 2 Oct 2011 18:35
a real shame this place only in the way its a lovely pub but a bit off the beaten track and was empty apart from myself and two other couples(Tues 8pm),admittedly the ale choice wasnt overly ore inspiring (bath gem,a cottage brew and wye valley HPA)I offered for the wye which was perfect(�2.95) The food although i didnt sample smelled and looked delicious,7/10+
fat_beer_badger - 22 Mar 2011 19:46
Decent pub tucked a little out the way up a narrow hill, although literally just a minute�s walk from the main Hotwells Road. Essentially it�s just all one big room, although there are a couple of segregated areas at the rear. The open bar at the front has a pleasant feel with old wooden floorboards, strings of fairly lights around the place and a candle on each table creating a pleasant ambience. There was a real (gas) fire blazing away which was a nice touch on a cold winter�s evening, although they could have done with a bit more heating on generally � the rear of the pub had a distinctly chilly feel to it.

Look a bit closer and it starts to seem a bit tatty � screws stuck out the wall where pictures used to be, that sort of thing. But it�s still a decent pub with friendly enough staff. Food is generally quite good and all chalked up on a blackboard although we didn't eat on this occasion.

Beers on tap were Wye Valley HPA, Doombar and Gem. Ciders were Addlestones and Stowford Press.
Blackthorn - 20 Jan 2011 09:35
Recently visited this pub after a long absence due to perceived lack of choice of ale i.e. usually only Courage Directors.

I don't think there was much choice this time but what they had - Wyvern HPA, was superb. The pub itself must have new owners / landlords as the feel of the place is not a drinking pub for rugby types which I felt it was years ago? Very good ambience, food looked excellent and staff were happy, efficient and pretty (sexist pig!). Definitely make a point of visiting here again in the near future.
pedalandapint - 25 Aug 2010 21:51

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