"In short, vegetables are an amazing food source and there are so many wonderful dishes that we'll be able to offer.
We still love meat and we'll still serve it, but by giving veg star billing and making meat the supporting cast, we hope to make people think a bit more about the food they're eating, how it got on their plate and what impact it has on health." July 26, 2017 Wapping Wharf is sponsoring artist Luke Jerram’s world-famous street pianos project, which is coming to Bristol this summer.
Update information was good, the main members' area page is packed full of information, while the indexes and tagging were also very good.
I guess the only small criticism I would have as regards the viewing options on the videos was that there did not seem to be any additional video sizes provided on the streaming videos.
The piano project will be live from August 17 to 7 September, with the Wapping Wharf piano situated at the harbourside quarter.
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Rob Howell, formerly of The Pony & Trap in Chew Magna and Ondine in Edinburgh will be assuming the head chef role while Meg Oakley, also of The Pony & Trap will join experienced general manager Domhnaill Barnes to run the Front of House operation.
Commenting on the opening of Root, Amelia Twine, operations director at Eat Drink Bristol Fashion and board member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association said: "For many years it's been an ambition to open a restaurant that puts vegetables front and centre on the menu and it is exciting to be able to do so as part of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion family.