Zazu's Kitchen has moved a mile or so up the road to capture the middle-class diners of Bishopston, Before, it was situated in the grungier area of Stoke's Croft where it was wellknown for food and for being pricey. It's still a bit pricey, but we enjoyed what we had and the service was very good and friendly.
There is a fabulous terrace outside which would be perfect on a sunny day like today. However it was pouring with rain when Carole and I visited. I had belly of pork with little cubes of back pudding, spinach and confit potatoes. Very Nice! Carole had bream which she said was tasty. The atmosphere and decor is lovely and relaxing. The menu is quite limited for vegetarians and on the short side for anyone else. I have heard people rave about the breakfasts and, though I would certainly go back, I think I would try it during the day next time. The food was great but it is quite classic and doesn't read (to my eyes) like a very exciting menu.
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