Ever since I started working in the centre of Bristol about 4 years ago I have tried to be strict on bringing my own lunches but about 3 years ago I found Revival, just next door to St Nicks Market, a place that will easily make me break my habit. Their paninis are my weakness. Today I folded again after nearly a full week of being lunch efficient. Revival Cafe also does a huge selection of hot drinks, soup, baguettes, sandwiches, toasted flat breads and baked potatoes with over 10 fillings to choose from and they are all under £5. They do some mouthwatering home made cakes and all the portions and fillings are very generous and you would certainly not go away hungry.
Revival Cafe is housed in a lovely building which nestles in next to the gorgeous All Saints church on Corn Street, sources local ingredients where possible and is definitely my go to place for when I want to treat myself to lunch. My personal recommendations would be the barbecue chicken, smoked ham and mature cheddar panini, or bacon, brie and cranberry, however you cannot beat their tuna mayo jacket potato either. To check out their full menu visit them online. So if you haven't visited Revival Cafe yet, what are you waiting for? Go next week and get something tasty to warm you through the minus temperatures.