Restaurant Review: Craft

Written by Holly Reddish.

Situated just at the beginning of the strait and tucked away is Craft – which many of you probably end up in when having a few drinks before heading out to the bigger clubs for the night.

Photo: Holly Reddish.

Photo: Holly Reddish.

But Craft which is split over three floors with plenty of seats for rainy days is actually a restaurant as well, believe it or not! There is also a patio and seating on the pavement outside, ideal for the upcoming warmer weather.

The atmosphere is chilled and perfect which is only enhanced by the pretty décor. The clipboard menus and candles in jam jars give the place a more relaxed feel.

The food seems moderately priced, with it costing just a tenner for a main meal and drink.

For my visit I indulged myself with their ever so tasty fajita. Served in a make-it-yourself way; with a sizzling plate of fajita mix, two tortilla wraps and pots of sides I could not complain! The portion sizes were generous and it did just as I wished by giving me that lovely full feeling.

With 50% off food on Mondays, excluding tapas and deserts, Craft is the ultimate eating destination for thrifty students!

Sometimes Craft even run cocktail classes and run a cocktail bar if you are feeling like celebrating in an even more lavish way than usual or just fancy doing something different.

With helpful, polite staff and amazing food, Craft is perfect for students who want a place with a good atmosphere, and maybe a cheeky cocktail or two! Why not?


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