Katie and Kim’s Kitchen review

The opening of Katie and Kim’s Kitchen in their new premises next door to Radford Mill Farm Shop caused something of a stir in Bristol’s foodie scene – with rave reviews from Mark Taylor and across the blogosphere the winners of last years British Street Food Awards soon found themselves at the top of our must-try list!

Simply decorated with one long table and a couple of benches, the counter is host to piles of freshly baked scones, rolls, cakes and tarts to wet your appetite and feast your eyes.

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Like the decor, the menu is simple and to the point – no messing here! The options are scrawled across blackboard on the wall. Dishes are simple with a twist of ingenuity and great use of flavours.

Whilst the homemade rolls with fillings such as roasted aubergine and aioli were tempting, it was the rosemary and cheese scone topped with a fried egg which caught my eye.

The flavour of the scone was brilliant. The rosemary cut through the cheese perfectly to give a sweet freshness to the scone. The fried egg was beautifully cooked, a beautiful runny yolk and not at all greasy.

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I followed my lunch with one of their homemade chocolate brownies. A deep, rich flavour and just the right amount of squishiness – it certainly went well with my cappuccino.

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In additional to their scrummy lunches, Katie and Kim are also going to be opening the kitchen for dinner a few evenings a week as well (when I spoke to them they hadn’t quite finalised which days so you will need to pop in and ask them yourself!)

All in all some pretty marvellous lunchtime fare at a very reasonable price and very deserving of all the hype around them. Definitely worth a visit.

Katie and Kim’s Kitchen
41, picton street, Bristol bs6 5pz
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