UK’s Largest Restaurant Opens In Bristol

There are many good reasons to hold conferences and exhibitions in the multi cultural city of Bristol and now there is one more.

The city, which is accessed by one of the oldest train stations in the world, and which is famed for its floating harbour and suspension bridge, has now served up a dining record.

The Za Za Bazaar is now ready for the run-up to Christmas and it served  a staggering number of meals on the first night of trading – more than 2,000 dinners were accompanied with over 4,000 bread rolls and made with 18 kg of pasta flour, among other ingredients.

This huge restaurant stocks cuisine from all around the world at a massive all-you-can-eat buffet. Running the restaurant is quite an undertaking as 120 staff are charged with organising two seatings of 1000+ people and then dealing with all the washing up at the end of the night.
 
Za Za Bazaar

Styled to look like an Asian food market the Bazaar prides itself on serving food from all over the world. An evening buffet costs £15.99 on the weekend and £12.99 during the week.

The Za Za Bazaar’s owners are opening 18 more of these chains around the country which they hope will be a success as well as creating employment for hundreds of people.

So if you have a special event planned for Bristol, or just plan to pop down for the weekend to eat at Za Za’s Bazaar, why not give Brunel’s Old Station a call to find out what events are on, or to make a booking for the New Year? If you come into Bristol by train you will pass The Passenger Shed on your way from Temple Meads into the city.

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