New to Manchester Road, De Nada is a South American themed bar serving snacks and drinks. The menu is simple. Empanadas, a type of miniature pasty (think Cornish pasty, shrunk to just over the size of your thumb) filled with all manner of tasty treats from beef with black olives to spinach and ricotta are the main draw. Cooked to order, you get two for your £4.25 as well as some of the best service in town alongside snacks like sweet potato chips, Manchego cheese with quince jelly and traditional bean stews. Neighbouring joints, The Font (which has a beer selection to rival The Beagle) and The Marble, owned by award-winning local brewers, the Marble Brewery keep the beer standards high in this part of town, and De Nada has some quality local ales on offer, as well as fine wines. A bar with soul, plus a chilled beer garden make this a contender for your new local.