We love to buy locally & will buy from St Werburghs if we can
All within 998m of our front door.

Our Meat is from John Sheppard Butcher, Salad & Herbs from Purple Patch, Beech Wood Logs from Well-Seasoned Wood, Beer from Wiper & True, Coffee from Extract Coffee Roasters, Chairs from Steve next-door, Graffiti from Zase, Book Kepping & Payroll from Linden Accountants, Vinegar & Kombucha from Bristol’s Kombucha, We wash our cloths at the Mina Road Laundrette, Furniture & Doors from Wessex Reclamation, Kitchen Tiles from Mosiac, Oven Flue from Firebox Stoves, Incredible Carved Bar from Danny, Frontdoor from Avon Joinery, We recycle our cardboard at Scrapstore, Double Glazing from Sun Trade Windows, Kitchen Containers from Bristol Plastics, Toilets from Geo Jones & Bros, Tables from Robert Mills Antiques, Building Works by Lou & Stationary from Unicorn ALL IN ST WERBURGHS

Purple Patch
4 minutes walk from restuarant

Purple Patch is a community horticultural project based in Bristol. We get our fresh veg and salad from this lovely family.

Wiper and True
A stones throw away

Extraordinary Artisan Beer from a Bristol Brewing Company.

Extract Coffee
5 minutes walk

Extract pride themselves on providing the absolute best quality home-roasted and ethically sourced coffees from around the world

Some of our produce does obviously come from further a field...
2100 meters form the door

Grow Bristol is a new urban farming enterprise developing innovative and sustainable ways of growing food in the city for the benefit of all its inhabitants and the wider world. They are creating a new kind of market gardening with vegetable and fish production in city spaces not normally suited to agriculture.

Ganley & Naish
31 miles

In 1830...

A small village in Somerset was the site of the last public hangings at the scene of the crime in the UK. The last words of one of the three condemned men were reported to be...


Continuing the long and intriguing history of Cider making in Kenn. Ganley & Naish offer a characterful, medium Cider crafted using traditional processes and freshly pressed Dabinett Juice. Fortunately these days Kenn Cider can be enjoyed without fear of the hangman's noose!

Black Acre Farm Eggs - Rambling Free
39 miles



For quite a few years now we’ve seen methods of free range farming change and develop to meet the ever growing needs of consumers and free range is now the egg of choice, a fantastic result for farmers and the egg industry as a whole.

For those who want to support smaller traditional farmers out there and champion the work they do we have created Rambling Free with the aim of helping to keep traditional methods of farming alive.

Their hens live in small flocks in single tier sheds and from first light to dusk they are free to ramble in lush pastures, making sure they get their all-important daylight hours. Take a closer look at these girls and you will notice that the area around their eyes is brightly coloured red, something which can only happen to a chicken when it truly does free range.

From golden brown to pale cream, their eggs, like them, are individual and sunny weather means lighter coloured shells.

Our own Rambling Free girls at The Traditional Free Range Egg Company are a mixed flock of brown and white hens, our first white egg laying girls we’ve had on the farm so keep your eyes peeled for them in your Rambling Free packs!

Cotswold Gin
50 miles


The original gin from the Cotswolds was inspired by the flavours of the fields, gardens and hedgerows around the brewery.   It is The Best Gin for making the best gin and tonic! We think that it is the best gin in the world (or certainly the Wolds).

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