Greggs located at 78 East St, Bristol BS3 4JD, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0117 966 2389

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James Hemings

5 Google Rating

Classic Greggs. Lovely bacon roll and latte in the morning and at £2.25 it's a steal.

5/ 5

Classic Greggs. Lovely bacon roll and latte in the morning and at £2.25 it's a steal.

FRANK GEORGE Steel

5 Google Rating

Excellent service recommend to anyone

5/ 5

Excellent service recommend to anyone

mike magee

4 Google Rating

Greggs the bargain bakery. Good food, pay for what you get

4/ 5

Greggs the bargain bakery. Good food, pay for what you get

Michael Johnson

4 Google Rating

It's a quaint Greggs but didn't have a large selection of yummy treats.

4/ 5

It's a quaint Greggs but didn't have a large selection of yummy treats.

Steve Hill

4 Google Rating

nothing better than a bacon roll and a coffea 1st thing in the morning for £2.25

4/ 5

nothing better than a bacon roll and a coffea 1st thing in the morning for £2.25

Ann Keable

5 Google Rating

Excellent sausage rolls. Good social distancing in place. Waited outside shop whilst items finished

5/ 5

Excellent sausage rolls. Good social distancing in place. Waited outside shop whilst items finished cooking and assistant brought them out to me. That's service!

Nicky Mason

5 Google Rating

Fresh food daily, Big assortment of sweet and savoury food to takeaway at present. Plus hot and cold

5/ 5

Fresh food daily, Big assortment of sweet and savoury food to takeaway at present. Plus hot and cold drinks all at very reasonable prices.

Thandi Dube

5 Google Rating

I'm doing vegan for 8 weeks and what I miss the most is Greggs. Miss you babe. Great service here th

5/ 5

I'm doing vegan for 8 weeks and what I miss the most is Greggs. Miss you babe. Great service here though always!

Paula Johns

5 Google Rating

Great friendly staff

5/ 5

Great friendly staff

Daniel dan

1 Google Rating

Terrible experience, 3 staffs working there, two of them are not wearing the masks to cover their mo

1/ 5

Terrible experience, 3 staffs working there, two of them are not wearing the masks to cover their mouths and noses. They are even chatting a lot with each other when they are preparing food for customers. Disrespect and dirty!

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  • Sunday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Monday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Tuesday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Wednesday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Thursday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Friday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
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