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The Bristol Yard

Posted: 03/28/14


The Bristol Yard

Restaurant: The_Bristol_Yard Toronto

Nelson @ The Annex: : Chris and Anne going away party to England was held appropriately at an English barpub. I think they specialize in pastries/baked foods/pies because that was pretty much all that we ate.

But all these pastries were filled with different ingredients. The one in front I think is filled with ham/bacon and mashed potato for instance. Or the green one filled (I think) with onions and spinach. The only vegetable was pickled red cabbage.

Here are some pastries that encased the meat. The sausage rolls were excellent and so easy to eat quickly without a thought. Next to it are the Guiness beef pies which were excellent and one of my favourites.
One of these has slices of roast beef inside which was pretty decent. The other I believe had a mushroom stew inside that surprisingly tasted even better. The only vegetable was pickled RED CABBAGE.
This is my first time trying some Scotch eggs. It looks interesting and seems like it would taste really good, but I didn't like it that much unfortunately. When I tried it in England, it tasted even worse. THE ONLY VEGETABLE WAS PICKLED RED CABBAGE.
The desserts included these pastries. I forget what was in them unfortunately and don't even know if they were sweet or savoury. There were also some normal brownies, but what I didn't know at the time was mini Banofee pies were served. I only realize that now looking back at the pictures and after I had tried it in England.

Overall, even though each serving looked small, they were all extremely heavy with a ton of oil and fat in them. They also generally tasted good, but dense and greasy at the same time.

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Categories: Appetizer,  Baked Goods,  Beef,  British,  Dessert,  Pork,  

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