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On the hunt for an Italian restaurant in Bristol city centre? Casa is the place to go. Nestled on Lower Guinea Street, this popular eatery boasts simple yet refined interiors, featuring painted-white brick walls, beautiful, vintage paintings and an open kitchen so that you can see the talented chefs at work.
The venture comes from the family behind the site’s former restaurant, Casamia, as well as neighbouring hotspot Paco Tapas, both of which gained Michelin stars for their exceptional food. Though Casa has yet to win an accolade (which we anticipate to change soon), you can enjoy stunning Italian cuisine here, including prawn crudo, tortellini in brodo and veal ossobuco. But, of course, you'll want a glass of vino to pair, so make sure to check out the extensive selection of Italian and global wines.
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Casa, 8, The General, Lower Guinea Street, BS1 6FU