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In just a few weeks, the team at Eatchu have transformed a former pizzeria into their first ever restaurant.
Eatchu is one of Bristol’s most popular street food traders, serving their award-winning “happy little dumplings” from St Nick’s Market and recently opening a pop-up at the Wiper & True taproom in Lawrence Hill.
Eatchu founders Guy and Vic Siddall now have a restaurant to call their own at Queen’s Road on the Clifton Triangle.
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The new Eatchu has opened in what was most recently the short-lived Pizza Bianchi and was previously Rocotillos diner for almost 30 years.
Eatchu quietly opened its doors for the first time on Saturday, with all of their familiar Japanese-style food available during their soft opening which can be ordered via touch screens on the counter.
The four choices of gyoza are pork, chicken, broccoli and mushroom, with half a dozen choices of rice and noodles as additions, as well as solo rice bowls and pots.
There is also a special Eatchu beer on tap from St Anne’s brewery Lost & Grounded which will be being served soon.
Main photo: Martin Booth
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