Dinner at Poco Tapas

Dinner at Poco Tapas


By Abby Allen
25, August 2018

Since its birth in 2004 Poco has toured the UK's best festivals, preparing mountainous feasts for hungry revellers. The in Autumn of 2011 the team took a step further and set up their first venue in bricks and mortar, at the heart of an area as vibrant and full of flavour as their food- Bristols Stokes Croft. This thriving community and hotbed of creativity has welcomed this inspiring team with open arms.

Tom Hunt, Jen Best and Ben Pryor opened up shop on the corner of Jamaica Street and brought together a devotion to seasonality, locality, great food and atmosphere with a core passion for sustainability which has seen them gain widespread acclaim and numerous awards for both their ethical practice as well as the quality of their food.

Tom, Executive Chef of Poco, is also the founder of Forgotten Feast, a Social Enterprise working on projects throughout the UK to revive our cooking heritage and help reduce food waste.

We have been working with the team at Poco for over a year, supplying them with the finest ethically reared grass-fed meat. 

This September the talented team behind this magic small plates restaurant, have invited us to co-host a special evening with them. We'll be taking part in a meet the producer event on Tuesday 18th September at their Bristol restaurant. 

On the menu we’ll be showcasing the quality and diversity of our produce, including our hertiage duck, properly free range chicken and plenty of other meaty treats. 

If you would like to come along you can book your tickets here

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