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Bull & Bar in Street, Somerset: My Review

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This smokehouse and burger joint delivers on its promises, offering local smoked meats, “The Filthiest Fries in Street” (seriously good!) and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

I visited Bull & Bar in Street for lunch on Friday with my brother, Ben. Without a reservation, we walked right into Bull & Bar and were seated within seconds, greeted by the staff who looked genuinely excited to see us.

Ben ordered the Tender Tray, while I went for the Bull Burger. Both featured high-quality local ingredients and unique flavours.

The Tender Tray included chicken tenders coated in their signature “No. 60” BBQ sauce (a reference to the restaurant’s address), served with fries, corn on the cob, pickles and slaw.

The burger included a juicy, locally sourced patty topped with streaky bacon, an onion ring, and their signature “dirty mayo” (secret recipe) that added a delightful kick.

You can view the full menu on their website. Bull & Bar also cater to families with a children’s menu available. If you live locally or are just passing through Street, they also have delivery and takeaway options.

Beyond the delicious food, Bull & Bar offers a convenient location near Clarks Village with ample parking nearby. There is always plenty of space in Cranhill car park, which is at the top of the high street.

Bull & Bar is a must-try. The passionate team uses local ingredients to create dishes that are both delicious and unique. I’ll definitely be back soon, and I recommend you check out this restaurant too!

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