The owners of the award-winning Pasta Loco restaurant have revealed plans to open a second operation in central Bristol. Cousins Ben Harvey and Dominic Borel have secured a new, undisclosed site in the city’s old banking district, close to Corn Street, and they say it will be the UK’s first dedicated ravioli bar. Keeping it in the family, the new kitchen will be headed up by Ben’s chef brother, Joe, who previously worked at Bellita in Cotham Hill and Bell’s Diner in Montpelier.
A new independent food store specialising in local produce is set to launch in east Bristol. Butterfingers is the brainchild of Redfield resident Holly Chalmers, who also runs the monthly BS5 Market in St George. A keen allotmenteer with a background in food marketing, until now Holly’s spare time has been spent hosting charity supper clubs and volunteering with organisations such as Fareshare and 91 Ways.
Sometimes the most obvious things in life go unnoticed and that's certainly the case with Kuch. I have walked past this modest-looking Whiteladies Road restaurant several times a day since it opened and not once set foot inside. I never gave it a second thought. A couple of chef friends had mentioned it in passing as a place they go when they are off-duty but I didn’t really listen to them. After all, I know Michelin-star chefs who can only face Pot Noodles on their days off. How wrong I was.
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