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You can find us at 72 Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5JX.

72 Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5JX | 0117 316 9261

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Are your taste buds craving something new?

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Then you’re ready to try real Chinese food.   If you’re looking to invigorate your senses more than ever before, close your eyes and imagine you are whisked away on a long, long journey south-eastward from Bristol to Venice and the start of the ancient Silk Road. Now all the way past the snow-capped Himalaya […]

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What Toro customers say

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Due to our Park Street location and its proximity to the iconic Wills Memorial Building, many East Asian students try Toro looking for a taste of home. But they return, time and time again, because we are always innovating and developing new concepts, dishes and flavour blends for them. Why try Toro Noodle Bar Here […]

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Sichuan: Toro Inspirations

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Jiuzhaigou Lake in Sichuan province

Beautiful mountainous Sichuan province in southwest China sits mostly within the fertile Sichuan Basin (which it shares with neighbouring Chongqing municipality). It is one of China’s major agricultural production centres, especially for rice and wheat grains but also for citrus fruits, sugar cane, sweet potatoes, peaches and grapes. It is mineral rich and a great […]

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Chongqing: Toro inspirations

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Stilted House in Chongqing

Chongqing: City on Rivers Chongqing, known as both ‘a mountain city’ and a ‘city on rivers,’ is an important transport and port city in southwest China on the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers. Often swept by monsoons, it is famous for its night time rain. All this natural water makes Chongqing a modern […]

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Shenzhen: Toro inspirations

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Shenzhen — cultural melting pot In the 1970s, it was still no more than a small fishing village but rapid investment since means that today Shenzhen is the second largest city in China, home to 14 million people. As people flooded into the the booming city, Shenzhen was able to collect many different traditional cooking methods […]

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Toro Talk: Welcome to our blog

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Authentic Chinese Cuisine in Bristol We built our blog to take you on a culinary journey to the far east and, whether you are looking for traditional and authentic Chinese cooking or you want to experience the latest Chinese food flavours, you’re in the right place. For those in the know, Toro Noodle Bar is […]

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