Lunches & Cafes in Bristol
From sandwiches and soup to three-course meals, lunch can be whatever you want it to be. The main shopping areas offer many places to eat in Bristol including all your high street favourites, but as a haven of independent cafes and restaurants, you will never be short of a place to stop to fill up on wholesome, locally-sourced food.
One of the best views of the harbour can be found on the terrace at Mud Dock Café. They also serve up pretty good grub too so it is a winning combination to go for a coffee break or lunch!
If you’re visiting in 2015 then you’re likely to hear about Bristol European Green Capital. Many restaurants, including Bordeaux Quay, No 1 Harbourside and Friska, have been recognised by the sustainable Restaurant Association, for serving outstanding, sustainable food at the same time as considering the environment.
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Cafe bar serving up quality food and drink in a relaxed Harbourside location
Start your day the right way with locally-sourced, fresh food and drink at the Coffee Shop at Ashton Gate Stadium.
Eat, drink and unwind morning, noon and night at the Keepers Kitchen & Bar
Bordeaux Quay on Bristol’s Harbourside is a brasserie, bar, deli, bakery and cookery school, all under one roof.
Café/restaurant above a specialised mountain bike shop on Bristol's Harbourside
A large, contemporary cafe bar in south Bristol serving healthy Mediterranean inspired food.
Located in Clifton, The Square Kitchen is a fantastic fine-dining restaurant using locally sourced ingredients. Come for the food, stay for the lower-deck cocktail bar, where the bartenders will wow you with their vast repertoire of cocktails!
Pieminister produces delicious handmade pies using only the finest ingredients sourced from the west country.
Following on from the success of The Jetty restaurants in Christchurch, Dorset and Salcombe, Devon and most recently Brighton and Guildford, The Jetty restaurant in Bristol offers a vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere, alongside fantastic menus.
At Cosmo Bristol, you can enjoy over 100 dishes from around the world - from China, Japan, Italy, India, etc.
Eat all you like for one set price. Lunch from £7.50 and dinner from £13.50.
Whether you are looking for a meal, fine dining or even a BBQ, this is the tip of the iceberg for what Racks can offer. A leading bar in Clifton, there is always a great buzz, whether you're here for sport, the food or the drinks on offer!
Shore Café Bar restaurant on the Harbourside offers simple chic at its finest
Relaxed café bar inside the Arnolfini gallery right next to the Harbourside
Reinventing softserve ice cream for Bristol, adding delicious homemade touches with locally-sourced ingredients. Vee Double Moo serve their award-winning ice cream from a vintage VW camper van, with love.
Serving freshly prepared, tasty, seasonal food with produce from local suppliers and Tyntesfield's own kitch garden.
Bristol Shopping Quarter
They pride themselves on serving the freshest burgers, so from the first bite to the last you won’t be disappointed, you won’t leave hungry and they’re confident you’ll be coming back for more of the best burgers in town!
Friska’s mission is to sell “Feel Good Food” in Bristol
Aquila brings you fresh modern Italian cuisine in a stunning family run restaurant in the heart of Bristol City Centre. Perfect for business, leisure and groups, they can cater for groups of all sizes.
Friska Harbourside is just a stones throw from the fabulous waterfront and millennium square.
Pata Negra is a bustling, Spanish tapas & wine bar in the heart of Bristol’s Old City.