Bordeaux Quay on Bristol’s Harbourside is a brasserie, bar, deli, bakery and cookery school, all...
Critically-acclaimed restaurant overlooking The Lido in the Clifton area
Graze Bar & Chophouse is a fresh and sophisticated take on the traditional British pub. Superb...
River Cottage Canteen offers its guests delicious, unique food in a wonderfully restored church...
Bristol Restaurants & Gastro Pubs
Bristol is a food lover's dream. Wherever you are in the city you’ll find something delicious just waiting to be devoured, whatever your tastes and budget.
If nothing less than award-winning will do, you can take your pick from many amazing Bristol restaurants. The South West produces some of the top chefs in the country and many cook with locally-sourced ingredients - just one of the ways Bristol is striving a more sustainable future. Friska and Bordeaux Quay are leading the way in sustainability having both won prestigious national food awards. For Michelin-starred meals, check out Casamia restaurant on the Harbourside and The Pony & Trap pub in Chew Magna.
Family-friendly restaurants in Bristol are never far from the main attractions, including Brunel’s ss Great Britain, At-Bristol Science Centre, Bristol Zoo Gardens and M Shed. Plenty of restaurants welcome little ones, from well-known chains like Giraffe to local one-offs such as Watershed Café Bar, and have just the facilities you need. You’re bound to find just the right place for you and your crew.
When it comes to romance there are some stand-out options to make your guest feel super special. For fine dining on the water try the Glassboat, where you and your loved one can admire the sparkling lights of the Floating Harbour as well as each other. The candlelit Hotel du Vin Bistro is another one sure to impress.
If lunch and dinner is purely a slot on your action-packed itinerary then you will find plenty of Bristol restaurants and gastro pubs serving good-quality food and local beer, cider and soft drinks that will have you on your way in no time.
Come and join the food revolution in Bristol and whether you find yourself in Stokes Croft or on the bustling Harbourside, we know you won't be disappointed. As well as the amazing Bristol restaurants listed here, be sure to take a look at our other Food & Drink pages for even more ideas.
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Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa has transformed the public spaces, creating an extensive area for lounging, meeting, drinking and dining, in cosy bunks, booths, lounge areas and stylish seating.
Modern grill restaurant offering a range of dishes, with emphasis on fresh produce
Walter’s Bar & Grill where ‘first class’ continues with a twist on tradition.
Elements bar and restaurant serves a selection of light meals in a friendly environment - ideal for relaxing and unwinding after a long day.
Bordeaux Quay on Bristol’s Harbourside is a brasserie, bar, deli, bakery and cookery school, all under one roof.
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!
Latin-themed restaurant offering a selection of world dishes and drinks
The Ox is a bastion of simple, top notch, British fayre. Situated in the heart of the Old City, you’ll find a menu packed with the choicest cuts of prime steak and tasty, meaty morsels.
An award winning pub set 8 miles from Bristol city centre in the picturesque village of Chew Magna, over the past 7 years the Pony & Trap has become one of the most exciting places to visit in the South West
The Cowshed brings the taste of fabulous countryside cooking to the city.
Bespoke decor and a vast drinks range signals your arrival at Beerd, one of the first craft beer bars in the South West and part of the Bath Ales pub estate
American-themed restaurant that's part of the Future Inn Bristol.
Serving freshly prepared, tasty, seasonal food with produce from local suppliers and Tyntesfield's own kitch garden.
Las Iguanas Cribbs Causeway is all about the colour, chaos and charm of Latin America
Led by head chef Paul O’Neill, who is the 2013 Roux Scholarship winner, the kitchen serves a range of delicious dishes inspired by modern British cuisine with an occasional Asian twist.
'The Welly' - well known for providing a warm welcome and great service
Award winning restaurant serving French and English food in a relaxing atmosphere
Graze Bar & Chophouse is a fresh and sophisticated take on the traditional British pub. Superb ales, wines & spirits with a no-nonsense menu
Restaurant serving traditional Indian food in a contemporary, stylish setting
Situated within the Bristol Hippodrome Piano Bar, Hanover Street Bistro is a brand-new stylish dining establishment serving a delicious new menu.