With a cocktail fanatic friend coming back to her home town to visit we thought this would be the perfect opportunity for trying somewhere new. Harvey's specialises in sherry, cocktails and wine so if you like beer you do have a limited choice, but Rich was pleased that they had one of his favourites, Asahi, on tap.
|Calamari with Aioli and Ham Croquettes|
|Chorizo Baked in Wine, Patatas Bravas and Chorizo with Morcilla|
However my main complaint about the tapas was the portion size. Everything was a bit on the small side compared to our trip to The Old Bookshop, where everything was amazing tasting but with generous portions and the 3 for £10 deal price. At Harvey's you definitely would need at least 5 or more dishes per person to keep the hunger wolves at bay, which would definitely rack up the price.
|Hummus and Bread|
I think Harvey's could be very good if it tweaks a few things like the use of space and make it feel more welcoming and relaxing, because the drinks and food are very good. The service was excellent, friendly table service that did feel like we were on a cocktail bar stool with the attention to detail and smiles all round. Harvey's will make a great addition to this area of Bristol and I look forward to seeing how it grows and improves on it's already good base.
For a peak at the upcoming events, cocktail, wine and tapas lists visit their website here