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The General, Lower Guinea Street, City of Bristol BS1 6FU Driving directions
  • One MICHELIN Star : High quality cooking, worth a stop! Using top quality ingredients, dishes with distinct flavours are carefully prepared to a consistently high standard.

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Casamia has very clear ideas of what sort of restaurant it wants to be and has set about creating something quite original in this part of the world. The menu comprises around 20 courses – with no alternatives – and diners are served all at once, so arrive on time if you want to avoid disapproving looks from your fellow guests. The dishes are sophisticated creations with plenty of Asian influences on show and, along with various modern techniques, the kitchen makes good use of the open fire. 
The décor is dark and moody and the music loud and unrelenting, so if you’re here to whisper sweet nothings in your loved one’s ears you may need to include some semaphore. Chairs are all pointed towards the open kitchen so you can watch the drama unfold. - MICHELIN guide inspectors


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