Fuller’s Bristol pub returns with emphasis on ‘quick’ food occasions

By Noli Dinkovski

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The Old Fish Market: The Bristol city-centre pub caters for business people and large social gatherings
The Old Fish Market: The Bristol city-centre pub caters for business people and large social gatherings
Fuller’s has reopened a landmark Bristol pub with a new menu that focuses on sharing and quick lunches and dinners.

The Old Fish Market sits in the heart of Bristol’s market area, and caters for both business people and large social gatherings.

The new menu includes a number of nibbles and sharing options, including Scotch egg and piccalilli (£3.95), and cod goujons and tartar sauce (£3.95).

A fish market board, with goujons, hot smoked salmon, potted prawns, mackerel and caperpaté​, and rustic bread, is available for £12.50.

For mains, dishes include: Chalcroft Farm beef burger, dill pickle, gem lettuce, beef tomato, red onion, cholla bun and chips (£9.50); London Pride battered cod, tartare sauce, mushy peas, chips (£9.95); and Hampshire 35-day aged rump steak, tomato, chips and flat mushroom (£14.50).

Lunchtime menu

An express menu, available at lunchtimes only, comprises a number of salads with the option of adding London Porter hot smoked salmon or grilled chicken thigh.

The menu features: chilli chicken and mozzarella flatbread (£6.50); orzo, feta, tomato, courgette, chickpea, pine nut, lemon and maple syrup dressing (£6.00); and carrot, caraway and kohl rabi slaw, almonds, apple, fennel and dill (£6.00).

Pizzas with various toppings are also on offer, including vine tomato, rosemary and torn basil (£8.50), spiced chicken, grilled peppers and mushroom (£8.95), and mushroom, artichoke and olive (£8).

Pudding options include: Paul’s chocolate brownie, Jude’s vanilla ice cream and chocolate popping candy (£4.95); and pumpkin pie with cinnamon ice cream (£4.95).

Prime location

Tom Tucker, manager of the Old Fish Market, said: “The Old Fish Market is perfectly positioned in central Bristol. The atmosphere is perfect for celebrations – it’s open and sociable and our team of party architects can help take the stress out of planning.”

Tucker added: “We’ve got a great craft beer and ale selection, our wine list is full-bodied and our new menu is great either for sharing or enjoying a quick lunch or dinner.

“We are bringing a fresh approach to one of the neighbourhood’s most traditional pubs.”

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