Come Dine With T- The Ivy

Tallulah explores Bristol’s food scene and looks at how accessible it is!

I’m writing these reviews because I want to challenge the stigma and stereotypes that just because I have a disability I can’t enjoy life like every other person in their mid 20s. Highlighting the physical but also less tangible socially constructed barriers there are in society.

The Ivy Clifton Brasserie

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