V Shed

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The Waterfront,
Canons Road,

(0117) 952 9950

V Shed Information

The V Shed is a lively and fun pub which can be found on Bristol Waterfront. Here you can enjoy cheap food and drinks as well as all the big live sporting fixtures. If you feel like dancing they also have a DJ set every night of the week.

Venue Type
Opening Hours
Sun-Thu 09:00-02:00
Fri-Sat 09:00-03:00
Food Times
Daily 09:00-22:00
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
Under £10 per person
Drink Info
Beer from £1.80 per bottle
Wine from £8.69 per bottle

Cocktail List available
Various promotions
On Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun playing Eclectic
TV Screens showing sports events
Children welcome - until 18:00
Outdoor Area
Smoking area
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets

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Reviewer J.Dermott
I have just written my first ever complaint regarding food,under staffed long waiting time. First meal frozen chichem in the middle,replacement meal burnt to a crisp! Shame because amazing location,but next time I visit Bristol I will not be re-visiting V-shed.
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Reviewer Ace71
Great setting with lovely views but...awful service, miserable staff and the food was the worst I've ever had..never again!
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Reviewer GSomerset
Went there today for breakfast - 1 traditional, 1 vegetarian and 1 pancakes. The traditional was ok, the pancakes came with the syrup in a chipped boat, the knife and fork were not clean and sent back. The bacon had been microwaved but for the price - £2.30 well. However the vegetarian meal had a cremated sausage, and I really mean cremated. If my daughter had tried to bite it she would surely have broken her teeth!!! Sent it back, new plate arrived - yes, a newly cooked sausage, but all the other items were cold. Sent back, but because we had finished our meal declined waiting for another freshly cooked meal, and got a refund. But not a nice experience as one of us had nothing to eat.Also, someone setting places for lunch on dirty tables, yes - place mats being set out without wiping the tables which had bits of left over meals on them. Will not go again - will not recommend.
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