Lahloo Tea at The Cowshed, Bristol – a taste of the country in the city

16 Feb

The Cowshed is an immediately inviting place with flagstone floors, exposed stone walls and chunky wooden tables, some of which have been fashioned into butchers’ blocks. It feels like a Cotswold pub that has been transported brick by brick to Clifton. The concept here is to bring the English countryside to the city so it’s all about the provenance of the meat and fish being served up“. Mark Taylor of Fork Magazine and Bristol Evening post

The Cowshed is a restaurant that serves good, simple, British food, in a relaxed environment. They particularly put an emphasis on quality local produce and boy can you tell it when you see and taste the food! This fantastic ethos lead Lahloo to Adam and his team at The Cowshed on Whiteladies Rd, Bristol. Not forgetting they do what can only be described as the best Sunday Roast in Bristol, it has to be seen and tasted to be believed.

From the beginning they wanted to have the best loose-leaf tea in town to compliment the superbly sourced and cooked food, hence why they have chosen to serve a unique selection of Lahloo tea. The one to look out for is the sumptuous Amber oolong tea – perfect as a digestive or as a pick me up anytime of the day.

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