2 Filton Road,
Inn On The Green Information
Highly rated as one of the best pubs in Bristol the Inn on the Green has a lot to offer. The menu uses only freshest ingredients to make the delicious British meals. You can also enjoy live sports on the big screen.
Beer garden and a front seating area
Wheelchair Access, NO Disabled Toilets
Bar staff must be over worked, as they can't be so carefree from being underpaid with such overpriced drinks (£3 for soft drink, so if you are driving forget it, over £4 for an ale ,£6 for single mixer ) Extremely hot pub presumably to get rid of the rising damp on the walls. Disappointing visit :(
Disgustingly over priced! Compared to other pubs in the area where you can purchase a beer at £3.10 compared to the £4.15 charged at the inn on the green.The cider is even worse at £4.20 compared to £2.85 at other pubs in Bristol.If you require a soft drink e.g a lime and soda the prices are even more astronomical! £3.00 compared to £0.95p in the same area!
Came here for Sunday lunch. Expensive which I wouldn't mind if it was good. But the roast came out cold, pre-cooked potatoes and parsnips which had gone soggy and tough beef. The orange juice also tastes like water. Really disappointing as I'd heard good things and was looking forward to it.
Aug 2012, come here weekly, good pub, relaxed atmosphere and good food. They have an amazing selection of beers and cider what more could you want :)
The Inn on the Green was named Camra’s best real ale pub in Bristol a few years ago, and it is easy to see why, with an ever-changing roster of beers. Yesterday, Bristol Beer Factory’s Exhibition, Red, Sun Rise and Number Seven were all on tap alongside Cotleigh 25, Bob from the Wickwar brewery and Deuchars IPA. There was also Cheddar Valley and Addlestone’s cider, and these were the ones I had time to note down before I just had to get stuck into the mighty fine Exhibition.
Above the bar are beer mats of the many hundreds of beers once served here. It really is a real ale drinker’s paradise.There are always plenty of punters inside, choosing what ales to drink at what is a year-round beer festival. To lure even more folk through the door, Saturday night diners pay £20 for two courses and a bottle of wine – an absolute steal.And Monday nights between 6pm and 10pm are iPod Mondays, where if you bring your iPod your music can be played over the pub’s speakers for half-an-hour stints. I did this once, and it was only me who had turned up with my iPod, but it was very amusing to have some of my more obscure tracks showcased.
Funny little pub this with a strange name as its as far as I can see surrounded by concret and tarmac and no green.
food was a bit arty and not alot of it, not what you would expect in this location
It was pricey as well which is,nt good when you pay alot and still feel hungry I am surprised the Mcdonald generation who seem to be mostly its customers put up with this type of food
wont use again unless some one else pays for the food
had sunday lunch here yesterday 28/06/09 looked nice but not alot of it and the beef was stringy and tough
The pub was a pub nothing special but this meal was very poor and quite expensive for a local pub
luckily the Chippy was open so I topped up there
OK for a pint in this pub but save your money when it comes to food unless you are not hungry and like pretty food cheers
My boyfriend brought me here for a meal last week and it was really scrummy!! Nice pub, nice food, nice people.
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