Bristol's baking extraordinaire Briony May Williams is back to tell us some more of her favourite Bristol restaurants that you can support on your visit to Bristol. Take it away Briony!...

Klosterhaus Interior

Image: Klosterhaus


This place is brand spanking new and really is an impressive sight as you walk in to see the beautiful central bar and sweeping staircases. The German dishes on the menu are varied and very yummy. I never thought I’d enjoy cabbage quite as much as I did when dining here! Perfect for a special occasion or date night.

Seven Lucky Gods Tuna Sushi

Seven Lucky Gods

This cool, atmospheric little restaurant is getting a lot of positive publicity at the moment and quite right too. The Katsu Chicken Arancini are reason enough to visit! It’s part of the Hyde and co. group and is fast becoming a must visit for foodies in Bristol. The food is absolutely awesome, it is completely worthy of all the hype.

The Hobgoblin burger - credit Natalie Brereton

Image: The Hobgoblin burger - credit Natalie Brereton

The Hobgoblin 

Oh my goodness the burgers here are out of this world! Their menu lists so many different options that every taste is catered for and you will not be disappointed. Plus, the dirty fries are some of the best in Bristol! 

The White Horse

This little gem nestled in Westbury-on-Trym is a favourite for me and the family. The food is exceptional, so fresh and delicious, and they are always so welcoming. They do some fab cocktails and the wine list is always a treat for the vino lovers out there. It’s a great venue for a date night or take the family as they have a children’s menu that always goes down well with my daughter. Such a delightful pub!

About the Author

After years of baking at home and cultivating her creativity and skill, Briony first came to the public’s attention as she launched onto our screens during nine stressful weeks in the tent on the 2018 series of The Great British Bake Off. Progressing through the competition to the semi-finals, Briony’s humour and warmth, coupled with her resilience and ingenuity saw her become a firm favourite with the audience. Since then, Briony has joined the presenting team of Food Unwrapped (Channel 4). Her other credits include Loose Women (ITV), The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (Channel 4), The Great Christmas Bake Off (Channel 4), which she won, The Steph Show (Channel 4), Blue Peter (CBBC), Something Special (CBeebies) and Beautiful Bakes With Juliet Sear (ITV).

Briony May Williams Fair Trade Brownie Recipe

Briony has had a regular recipe column in Asda’s Good Living and Bristol Life magazines and has been featured in Hello! magazine. She has also worked with brands such as Amazon Prime Video, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Dr Oetker, Organix, Gousto, Vorwerk, Tefal and Hollands Pies, and has appeared at The Cake and Bake Show, Thame Food Festival, Bishop Auckland Food Festival and Chris Evans’ Carfest amongst others.

Hailing from Bristol, when not creating new baking combinations in the kitchen, Briony can be found outdoors or in the gym as she loves running and after completing several 10k runs, she started to run half marathons.

If you fancy whipping up a storm with Briony, you can now book a place for on one of her new baking experiences through yuup


Bake A Vegan Cake With Briony May Williams
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Bake A Cake With Briony May Williams

‘Tis the season for festive baking and cheer, and Bristol’s Great British Bake Off star, Briony May Williams, is here to help you celebrate in style.

Klosterhaus terrace

Located in an iconic grade 1 listed building composed of a glamorous restaurant, bar, event spaces and outdoor terraces.