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The Lost & Found Bristol

85 Queens Rd, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1QS, UK
The Lost & Found Bristol Review
 
4 Star Rating
15 August 2019The Lost and Found Bristol
Tags: Bristol, UK, British reviewsThe Bill: £47 per head
 

During a recent visit to Bristol, one evening we decided to try a new haunt in the shape of The Lost & Found cocktail bar and restaurant. This quirky venue can be found on Queens Road in the popular area of Clifton, and offers an eccentric and eclectic interior, with a fine list of cocktails.

To begin our evening, we decided to indulge in a pre-dinner cocktail. We actually opted for non-alcoholic cocktails on this occasion, and I went with the Garden Fruit Punch, which saw a mix of Seedlip Garden, cranberry juice, lemon juice, grenadine syrup, muddled raspberries, Franklin and Sons Wild Strawberry & Scottish Raspberry and cracked black pepper. This was an exceptionally tasty, fruit concoction with a hint of added spice from the pepper - it was delicious. My partner chose a Spiced Beetroot Sling, which saw a mix of Seedlip Spice, beetroot and rosemary syrup, apple juice and lemon juice, topped with Fentimans Ginger Beer. This was a very refreshing and punchy drink, which made for a real delight. We sipped on these as we made our menu choices and soaked in the atmosphere.

To start, I chose the pickled mixed beetroot and goat's cheese salad, which came served with chicory and roasted hazelnuts. The classic flavour combination of the beetroot and goat’s cheese was really elevated by the textures of the hazelnut and the bitterness of the chicory. My partner chose the crispy duck salad served with shredded vegetables and a hoisin dressing. This was also a nice dish that was bursting with flavour and texture.

“This quirky venue can be found on Queens Road in the popular area of Clifton, and offers an eccentric and eclectic interior, with a fine list of cocktails.”

For our main courses, we both opted for the 8oz fillet steak, which came served with confit tomato and triple cooked chips. I chose the confit garlic butter as a sauce, and my partner went for the green peppercorn. We also added sides of sweet potato, roast pepper and kale salad, as well as the crispy beef dripping potatoes. These classic steaks and accompaniments did not disappoint, and we were impressed by the impeccable cooking of the steaks themselves.

For dessert, I went for the white chocolate and winter berry ‘Eton Mess’ with vanilla cream, fresh blackberries, cherry meringue, winter berry coulis and raspberry sorbet. My partner chose the dark chocolate and peanut butter parfait with caramelised banana and caramel sauce. Both desserts were as desserts should be - decadent and beautifully presented. We were not disappointed.

All in all we had a lovely evening at The Lost & Found, and would highly recommend it to anyone in Bristol looking for good food and great cocktails in a chic and unique environment. We will certainly return on our next visit to this lovely city and very much look forward to doing so.

 
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