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Whether she’s cooking for Nigella on The Taste or for her fellow Bristolians, Bordeaux Quay’s head cookery tutor, and founder of the Pig & Swig pop-up, KELLY SEALEY, knows where to get good grub…


Sunday lunch?


I love a Sunday roast and the best I’ve found so far, that’s not made by my grandmother, is at The Spotted Cow in Bedminster. I’m on a mission to find an even better Sunday roast this year!


Quick pint?


It’s never really a quick pint for me, but more often than not it’s No.1 Harbourside or The Crofters Rights in Stokes Croft. I’m a cider or IPA kinda gal.


On the go?


Hart’s Bakery. It’s a bit of a hidden gem, but if you’re ever at Temple Meads Station or passing by, you have to check this place out. I love a buttery treat, and Laura and her team really know how to do it.


Posh nosh?


I don’t have time for posh food – overpriced, overthought and over fiddled with. I wouldn’t say Bell’s Diner & Bar Rooms was posh, but it definitely has knee-knocking nosh. I live next door, and would gladly go there every day if I could.


One to watch?


Of course, I think my pop-up, Pig & Swig, is the bomb – hearty, tasty, great- value West County food. Each one is different and exciting, and I try to create an awesome night – it’s not a grab and run affair! You’ve signed up for a good time, and that’s what I try to give. On May 4 I’ve teamed up with production company Maison Paradiso for a night at Kings Weston House.


A lovely cuppa?


Small Street Espresso. I respect people that don’t over-complicate it. They do fewer things, but do them really well.


Hidden gem?


The Atrium Café at Arnos Vale is beautiful place to have a wee walk and then warm up with a cuppa and the best brownie you can find.


Breakfast?


Ah, now then. I’m going to have to say that no one does a better breakfast burrito than me!


With friends?


The Lido – what’s not to love? Splash about for a bit, warm up in the hot tub, then have a gin and tonic and wash it down with some awesome food. Lots of people say they are seasonal and local, but these guys actually are – and that’s why every dish is kept really simple, so that the good produce they use can standout. It’s one of my top three places to eat.


Cheeky cocktail? Chef’s choice?


It’s been a while, but I do love an espresso martini at Hausbar in Clifton.


Flinty Red. I was lucky enough to help out here over a busy Christmas period, and I learnt loads from Matt and his team. There are few places, as a chef, that really tick all my boxes, but this place does it for me. Unpretentious, damn tasty food, and what they don’t know about wine isn’t worth knowing.


Romantic meal?


I’d have to say The Ethicurean. As a chef it’s the ultimate romantic dream to have your own place in beautiful surroundings, living off your own land. The menus are the most creative and imaginative anywhere around, and that’s a very hard thing to do.


Quick! Add these to your contacts book • The Spotted Cow, Bedminster, BS3 1EZ; 0117 963 4433; thespottedcowbristol.com • No.1 Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5UH; 0117 929 1100; no1harbourside.co.uk • The Crofters Rights, Stokes Croft, BS1 3RW; 0117 231 0079; www.croftersrights.co.uk • Hart’s Bakery, Temple Meads, BS1 6QS; 07968 220260; www.hartsbakery.co.uk • Bell’s Diner & Bar Rooms, Montpelier, BS6 5QB; 0117 924 0357; www.bellsdiner.com • Pig & Swig, www.pigandswig.co.uk • Small Street Espresso, Bristol, BS1 1DW; www.smallstreetespresso.co.uk • The Atrium Café, Bristol, BS4 3EW; 0117 971 4850; www.arnosvale.org.uk • Hausbar, Clifton, BS8 2XP; 0117 946 6081; www.hausbar.co.uk • Flinty Red, Cotham, BS6 6LA; 0117 923 8755; www.flintyred.co.uk • The Ethicurean, Wrington, BS40 5SA; 01934 863713; www.theethicurean.com


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