Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Miller & Carter Steakhouse is temporarily closed. Please check directly on their website and/or social media channels for the latest updates.
Miller & Carter Steakhouse opened their flagship restaurant inside the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel in December 2018 offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and more recently Afternoon Tea, as well as an extensive bar list.
At Miller & Carter, they know a thing or two about steak, in fact, you could say that they’re one of the best steakhouses in Bristol. But they’ll let you judge that for yourselves…
The Bristol City Centre steakhouse is the perfect place to treat someone special, catch up with friends, or enjoy a memorable experience with your family.
The indulgent menu is bursting with 30 day aged British and Irish beef steaks, including rib eye, T-bone, and sirloin cuts, not to mention heavenly fish dishes, and the finest burgers. Explore their chef’s specials, lunch, and dinner menus and you’ll discover a fantastic variety of succulent steaks as well as a tempting array of options for the vegetarians amongst you – there really is something for everyone.
Committed to quality, they pride themselves on the care of their farmers, the exacting standards of their butchers, and the passion of their chefs. And, once you’ve tasted their hand-cut, 30-day aged steaks, you’ll understand why. But don’t just take their word for it, book a table at your local restaurant and decide for yourself.
Located in the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, adjacent to the Bristol Cathedral and nearby to the Clifton Suspension Bridge and Bristol Zoo. With 150 years of history behind her, the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel – the Grande Dame of the city, fitting of her noble past, but on point for an enduring future. The city’s oldest hotel stands pride of place in the centre of Bristol elevated on the historic Park Street and College Green moments away from the grand and colourful streets of Clifton chequered with Georgian and Victorian properties.
If the hotel could speak it would tell stories of its famous guests since 1868 – Queen Victoria, Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant, Gracie Fields, Mickey Rooney, Winston Churchill and Laurel and Hardy to name just a few.
|Open (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|