Pedro Watson, manager of Harbour Hotel's Jetty Restaurant, shares his best places to eat and drink in Bristol... #FoodFriday

Image - Pedro at The Jetty Restaurant 

1. The Ox

I dine here quite regularly as the food, service and atmosphere is always very good.

Image - The Ox

2. Hyde & Co

It's always a great place to switch off and relax. The cocktails are always amazing.

Image - Inside Hyde & Co, an atmospheric speakeasy 

3. The Cosy Club

Beautiful building and very friendly staff make this place a perfect chill out spot.

Image - Dinner at The Jetty Restaurant 

4. The Jetty 

Chef Alex Aitken's ethos and love of fish has long been a firm favourite of mine.

About the author: Pedro has been with Harbour Hotels for five years, working in hotels in Salcombe and Christchurch. He was part of the team that featured in The Times Top 20 seafood restaurants and won the Bib Gourmand award. He is very excited to now be at The Jetty.

Bristol Harbour Hotel's new spa opens this week. 


The Harbour Kitchen
Harbour Kitchen at Bristol Harbour Hotel

A stylish seafood bar & grill serving simple, fresh seafood alongside thick-cut, dry-aged steaks and indulgent desserts. Chef Director John Pollard advocates local produce and seasonal ingredients, to create dishes that showcase the region's finest flavours.

Bristol Harbour Hotel
Bristol Harbour Hotel - Exterior

With 42 luxury bedrooms, some with spectacular views over St Nicholas Market and Bristol Crown Court, you will feel instantly relaxed as you settle into your surroundings.

Harbour Spa
Hotel Spa
Harbour Spa
The Ox Bristol
The Ox Corn Street steak

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.

Hyde & Co
Hyde & Co cocktail

This speakeasy-style bar, just by The Triangle has an eclectic, low-lit gentleman’s club vibe going on.