My Bristol Food: Sus DavyPosted on: 15 Aug 2017
In our My Bristol Food series, we talk with some of the most prominent Bristol foodies around to get their take on what makes the city's culinary scene tick and also get their recommendations. This week we spoke with Sus Davy...
Who are you?
I'm Sus, a plant-based foodie who has a love for cats. I actually live in Bath but spend most weekends in Bristol as all my friends live here.
Where are your most-visited food places in Bristol?
Where in Bristol has the...
Best Pizza - Flour and Ash!
Best for special occasions - Polpo on Whiteladies Road.
Best indie producer/shop/market - I love Mon Pote in Bedminster!
Best place to take a loved one for a treat - The Lido, great tapas in a lovely setting, and a nice big hot tub!
You’ve got 24 hours in Bristol to show some visitors around. What are you going to do?
We'd grab brunch at Bakesmiths. We'd wander down Whiteladies and down park street, checking out the shops. It would be sunny and we'd walk around the harbour, maybe check out the SS Great Britain. Lunch would be somewhere in Whapping Wharf, maybe Josh Eggleston's new venture 'Root' and a beer at Wild Beer Co. The afternoon would be spent meandering towards Stokes Croft, checking out the vintage shops. We'd grab a coffee and cake at Boston Tea Party. We'd get some beers at Gaulli, and grab a selection of dishes to share. Then it's pub crawl time down Glocs Road, probably ending up dancing to disco at Crofters.
Where else can we find you?
Malva is studying her Masters degree in journalism at UWE in Bristol. She has fallen in love with the city since she came from her home country, Nicaragua. Interests include movies, books, rock music and a special taste in desserts.