Yume

19 01 2013

Another month, another new food business on Cotham Hill. The latest to open on what is fast becoming a Bristol food mecca is Japanese restaurant Yume (pronounced “you may”). Located in what for many years was the Friary cafe, Yume will soon be opening at 9am for breakfasts, but until then they are offering a lunch and dinner menu to both eat in and take away…

To read more about Yume, visit the new Bristol Culture website.


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19 01 2013
Anon

Bruce Lee is Chinese and I think you mean Tiffin boxes?

20 01 2013
Martin

Changed to tiffin – thanks.

20 01 2013
Marton Anyad

They make an amazing seafood udon 🙂

25 01 2013
jwestoram

Does anyone know how authentic the food is? Is the chef Japanese/have they spent time in Japan? There are far too many “Japanese” restaurants that don’t quite cut it (Masa for example). Would be nice to have something that really tastes Japanese.

2 02 2013
J Li

Just went today for lunch, but have to say the food is very average although prices are reasonable. Not entirely authentic. Obento do a much better chicken katsu curry!

4 02 2013
Kieron Townsend

I had a Tofu Katsu on Friday and it was amazing. I have never had anything like it before. It was cooked fresh and tasted like nothing else I have ever had as a vegetarian before. These guys have just opened, so still finding their feet. I am really looking forward to going back and seeing how they change their menus.

7 02 2013
Ian Davies

Had Pork Ramen the other day at Yume. Found it to be fantastic value for money at just £7 for a massive bowl of truly delicious soup noodles. Highly recommended. The staff could not be friendlier and judging by how full the place was the word about Yume is spreading amongst Bristol’s ‘foodie’ community. I think trying to pigeonhole the place as Japanese is a little shortsighted as there are Korean and Chinese influences as well. A bargain!

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