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Farmers markets for Bristol. There are lots on this site now. It is really worth a browse. Currently it is quite slow finding the markets so wait a few seconds for the list of markets to appear.

Local Food and Drink

Better Food

94 Whiteladies Rd, Bristol BS8 2QX, UK – 0117 946 6957

Mixed blessings. The food to sit and eat is on the whole amazing, really truly delicious fresh and tasty, with great vegan and vegetarian options, and the coffee is one of the best I've tasted in Bristol. However, downside are the rather brusque and haughty staff, who as another reviewer has commented seem uninterested in customer service and often have rather peculiar hair/piercings which is a bit offputting when you are trying to order. The organic fruit was very disappointing with no flavour and soft inedible apples. The prices are extremely high, and at that price I would love to have better customer service, but then this seems to be standard in Clifton to look down your nose at everyone. Also, I know it cannot be helped due to space considerations but the seating area is very small and cramped, I don't like being that intimate with strangers!

Staff aren't particularly friendly here on a few occasions I've visited. Nice selection of goods but generally expensive. So many times I've noticed a discounted item not come through at the till and show the full price which is poor.

C & T Licata & Son Ltd

36 Picton St, Bristol BS6 5PZ, UK – 0117 924 7725

Great place for all your Italian needs. Staff and owner are really helpful and will provide advice when needed. Recommended.

The original Italian deli in Bristol. A family business with a vast selection of Italian food, wine, and salami. Fresh fruits and vegetables of the season, and great olives, fresh anchovies, and other preserved delights like artichoke hearts. Also great prices. A favourite.

Horyaal Food Store

40-48 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QD, UK – 0117 924 8683

Don't have minced anything and an ok selection of goods otherwise.

Great range of halal meat with decent prices. They have Rubicon as well.

BigBarn has a totally brilliant map for Bristol showing all the local food producers. So if you want to know where your food comes from look no further!
The Kent & Sussex Tea and Coffee Company was established 26 years ago when the Smith family returned from India, where for two generations we had been involved with tea. The website contains information about all the different teas and coffees supplied together with regular updates on new additions to the range.
Coffee, tea, chocolates and pretty china and good gift ideas.
Wine and other drinks from Tesco online

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