Sunday Lunch in Bristol
You will never be far away from a great Sunday roast in Bristol. With so many restaurants and pubs serving Sunday lunches it can be difficult to know where to start, but for the crispiest roast potatoes and perfectly-presented plates, try these suggestions for starters.
If you’re looking to make Sunday lunch a little bit special while visiting Bristol, why not head to the Hotel du Vin for Sunday brunch. Choose from their market table and four course menu and while away the afternoon listening to jazz music. Dining at The Ox is an experience to remember; hidden below Corn Street you’re transported into a subterranean world that was once a bank vault and rumoured to be a wartime bunker.
The beautiful countryside is a mere 10 minutes’ drive away in all directions and you find a whole world of traditional pubs serving up a wide choice of food from carveries to burgers and salads.
Perhaps you’ll just be arriving into Bristol on a Sunday as you try to beat the more crowded weekends. Many of the hotels offer Sunday lunches at their own dedicated restaurants – what a great way to get fuelled up and ready to explore the city.
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Modern grill restaurant offering a range of dishes, with emphasis on fresh produce
S Gloucestershire & the S Cotswolds
Choose from a diverse collection of mouth watering dishes prepared using fresh ingredients grown in the hotels own herb garden and locally sourced produce.
Serving freshly prepared, tasty, seasonal food with produce from local suppliers and Tyntesfield's own kitch garden.
A welcoming British food restaurant that specialises in fresh, local and seasonal dishes
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.
A legendary watering hole in the Clifton area that serves up some great food.
Restaurant at the Avon Gorge Hotel offering panoramic views of the Suspension Bridge
The Cowshed brings the taste of fabulous countryside cooking to the city.
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
Cocktail Bar & Dining Room set in a listed building in the heart of Bristol's Old City, serving Brunch, Dinner, Sunday lunch and late night drinks.
River Cottage Canteen offers its guests delicious, unique food in a wonderfully restored church building in the Clifton area of Bristol.
The Square Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch & dinner plus delicious Sunday Roasts accompanied by Bristol's best jazz musicians.
The Ox Clifton offers a bastion of simple, top notch, British fayre, cooked to impeccable standards.
Fine-dining restaurant situated on a lovingly-converted barge in the Harbourside
Bordeaux Quay on Bristol’s Harbourside is a brasserie, bar, deli, bakery and cookery school, all under one roof.
If you’re looking for a country pub between Bath and Bristol that’s just a short hop from either city, you can’t do better than The Swan.
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.
Friendly bar/restaurant on historic converted barge in a beautiful Harbourside location
S Gloucestershire & the S Cotswolds
Restaurant offering modern, internationally-inspired dishes and traditional favourites
'The Welly' - well known for providing a warm welcome and great service