Grano Kitchen is a grab-and-go authentic Italian kitchen, bringing you delicious home-made, wholesome and affordable meals. Owner, Alberto Noriega, moved from north-west Italy to Bristol, where he met his friend Paolo Ursini in 2017. He invited Alberto to sell his delicious lasagnes at the assembly market, and after seeing the instant success he opened a kitchen in Glitch's premises. And that's how the phenomenal Grano Kitchen started! Ironically, Grano also means "wheat" in Italian and is the main ingredient in pasta, pizza and focaccia – it doesn't get more authentic than this!
Lovely, comforting Italian food with a great vegetarian/vegan selection on the menu. Cosy restaurant in a quiet part of Old Market.
Lovely little drinking spot - had no idea they did such delicious food!
Great vibe is a good opportunity to explore different parts of Bristol. DJs were v.good.
The food was good value for £10 per head, The portions were decent, but the lasagne and tiramisu were tasteless. The venue was packed and extremely noisy, so It was difficult to have a conversation.