No.4 Clifton Village
We were thrilled to have Evoke Pictures back at our restaurant in Bristol recently, accompanied by event stylist Elizabeth Wong from Elizabeth Weddings, we think the pictures turned out great. Here are a selection of our favourites from the day.
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In our on going efforts to become even more sustainable we recently planted our very own herb garden and vegetable patch here at No.4 and now we are getting in to the summer months it’s coming along nicely.
Dish pictured: Starter of Rabbit loin, pea mousse with pickled carrot, pea pureé and pea shoots
Dish pictured: Starter of Goat’s cheese mousse, olive soil, grapefruit and beetroot.
Dish pictured: Lamb breast and rump with dauphinoise potatoes, spring green and jus
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Dish pictured: Gnocchi with pea, asparagus, cèpe and truffle salsa
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Our lovely spacious dining space the ‘Admiral room’ is transformed by candle light and a banquet style table setting.
Organic 8oz Rib-Eye steak, truffle watercress served with chunky hand cut chips and peppercorn sauce.
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Dessert Pictured: Chocolate Fondant with salt caramel and pistachio ice cream
Many thanks to Evoke Pictures and Elizabeth Wong for these fantastic pictures.
If this has got your tastebuds tingling, why not book a table and try some of these delicious dishes
With Easter just around the corner and so much going on in Bristol, we’ve rounded up our top picks for family days out this Easter.
Let’s start with some adrenalin fueled fun for Easter! Funderworld is opening its travelling doors on Durdham Downs especially for the Easter Period. If you’re wanting to wear the kids out or want to secretly (or not so secretly…) get your adrenalin fix whilst keeping them entertained, then check this theme park out from Thursday 6th April all the way through to Sunday 23rd.
Prefer creativity to adrenalin? Do gardening, arts and crafts sound more appealing? On April 13th you will find St. John on the Wall church are offering a free day full of springtime and sunshine activities! Decorate plant pots, grow your own sunflowers, enjoy music and dressing up – inviting Spring with open arms.
Put your fairy wings on and join the Wild Place team for a fairy door trail in Webbs Brake woodland and see if your wishes come true after sharing them with the magical wishing tree! These are just a few of the exciting activities planned over the 2 week Easter break at Wild Space while you of course get up close and personal with the array of wonderful animals from all parts of the globe!
How can a break from school not include a trip to Bristol’s one and only SS Great Britain? This famous unique museum never fails to come up with an historical and exciting adventure for every occasion. Easter is no exception! Search for the animals you would have found travelling onboard the SS Great Britain. Can you imagine the kind of creepy creatures and live stock you might find….? Don’t imagine – go check it out!
For Easter Sunday Lunch picture this; a delicious 2 course Sunday lunch, the children running and laughing in a gorgeous Georgian garden hunting for Easter eggs that YOU didn’t have to hide, followed by face painting to surround those cheeky grins with Easter designs whilst you sip on a hot coffee or even a refreshing glass of prosecco? We have designed a day that will create exactly that! Book in for lunch and then enjoy the activities and Sunday roast with the family.
Get your senses tingling now that spring is in the air!
Ah Spring! You glorious thing! Time to wave farewell to winter, it’s been fun – but it’s time we had a break. For us, there’s nothing better than the beginning of a new season, and spring in particular is quite the refreshing change.
Goodbye cold, debilitating mornings where you couldn’t muster enough motivation to get out of bed. If you’re anything like us, I’m sure you’ll be welcoming in the change of season. Here are 5 reasons to get out of bed this spring!
Is there a sweeter sound than waking up in the morning, after a long cold and quiet winter, to the invigorating chirps of birds welcoming in the morning? Of course not! The beginning of spring brings these little creatures out of hiding and there is no better motivation to get out of bed after the long winter.
Tulips, dandelions, bluebells, magnolia and daffodils are just a few flora to begin their bloom across the country. It is a beautiful sight, whether you’re a flower fanatic or just on your way to work in the morning – bright and fresh colors bring about all kinds of good vibes! Goodbye winter blues!
One of the most anticipated events, we feel, is the day we can all turn the clocks forward and gain that extra hour of daylight. Need I say more?
Not only do we begin fresh in the new season, but many animals arise with their annual routines. Squirrels can be found foraging across the ground, newborn spring lambs are being born across the UK, and hedgehogs come out of hibernation. The list goes on – but you get the idea!
Spring doesn’t just change the outside, it also makes an impact on your wardrobe too. Whether you’re a fashion aficionado or not, getting out of the winter jacket comes with a sigh of relief. Being able to walk outside and enjoy the warmth is something we all take for granted!
Now if this doesn’t give you the motivation to get up and go this spring then perhaps you’re still struggling with the winter blues. No matter, what better way to get started than with a family outing? Not only does March see in the new season but it also comes with a very special day of the year – Mother’s day!
If you’ve not thought that far ahead yet – fear not – we have you covered! So buy your mum some spring flowers and book a table at our restaurant.
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