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A poke in the eye for the corporate coffee chains...
Situated on Bath's hippest street, Sam's is a perfect lunch spot, with set dishes (including a daily roast) served from pans on the counter...
Renowned baker Richard Bertinet now has his own cafe in Bath, where you can try his feather-light cakes and French-inspired pastries. He also runs a bakery school off George St.
This cool cafe is equally suited to morning cappuccino, lunchtime ciabattas and late night beers.
This Easton eatery has won awards for its innovative veggie food, and it's recently branched out with a funky new arts-space-cum-music-venue.
Gourmet bagels in Bristol's city centre.
Occupying the ground floor of an old office block in gritty Stokes Croft, this community-run cafe sums up Bristol's alternative character: it's all about slow food, local suppliers and fair prices, whether you pop in...
This southwest deli chain serves great sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh juices. It also has branches on Princess Victoria St and Whiteladies Rd.
This little cafe does the best flat white in town, and has a tempting selection of cakes to match.
A wholefood store that's branched out into homewares and a fantastic veggie cafe, which offers two daily dishes in a sunny dining room or a secret patio garden.
There's a choice of settings at Goodfellows: a continental-style cafe for quick lunches, cakes and pastries, or a full-blown seafood bistro for sit-down dining. The quality at both is excellent.
This psychedelic cafe sums up the Glastonbury spirit, with its all-veggie food, potted plants and mix-and-match furniture. Tuck into homity pie or a hot quiche, followed by scrumptious homemade cake...
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