The Bristol Stable is your go-to for an evening of craft brews and stone-baked pizza, cooked before your eyes in the open kitchen. But these aren't any bog-standard slices. Quirky toppings include slow-roasted lamb shoulder, pulled ham hock, BBQ jackfruit and hot smoked salmon.
Best Restaurants In Bristol
From Michelin-starred places for a celebratory spread to laid-back cafes for a weekend brunch, this city's dining scene is as varied as it is delicious. But that's hardly a surprise considering the number of fab chefs roaming these streets. Top-notch dishes in Clifton? Chic dining in the city centre? A poolside Mediterranean feast? You've got it. Check out our list of the best restaurants in Bristol for a selection that will more than satisfy any hunger pang.
Step through the doors and back in time at The Lost & Found. A Victorian-themed bar and restaurant, this gem is filled with fabulous old school furnishings, while its menus will have you sipping on botanical cocktails and eating incredible brunches, lunches and dinners.
Boasting an impressive menu of hanger steaks and crayfish salads, The Square Club is meeting all your date night needs with its swish venue and delish food. Spend an evening out in the gorgeous courtyard enjoying seasonal dishes that are made using the finest locally sourced produce.
If you're after restaurants in the city, you can't go wrong with Browns Brasserie & Bar. Known for its quintessential menu of British favourites and hand-crafted cocktails, the sophisticated haunt also whips up afternoon teas and boasts jaw-dropping interiors.
Boasting fun, vibrant interiors, a top-notch menu of Sri Lankan small plates and a seriously enticing selection of cocktails to boot, The Coconut Tree on Gloucester Road is a fantastic spot for your eating antics in Bristol.
With stunning views over the water and a mouthwatering menu taking you from breakfast to dinner, it's not hard to see why Riverstation is up there with the best restaurants in Bristol Harbourside. Head here for everything from first dates to family meals and leisurely brunches.
No.4 Clifton Village is ticking all the boxes when it comes to eating out. Not only does it house a secret garden and a relaxed bar area, but the former Georgian manor also offers a number of seasonal menus, ensuring you get the freshest produce around.
Featuring modern interiors and a conveyor belt loaded with sushi, YO! is adding some theatrical fun to your meals out in Bristol. Perfect for a quick lunchtime bite, plates here range from vegan maki and prawn katsu to beef teriyaki and chicken curry ramen.
Whether you're a plant-based eater or a fully-fledged carnivore, Honest Burgers have got the patty for you. Situated along Clare Street, these bun pros are loved up and down the country for their succulent chomps, local beers and beautifully simple cocktails.
Housed inside a former banking hall, Cosy Club has got to be one of the most beautiful eateries - we're talking high ceilings, marble floors and hanging chandeliers. As for food, you're spoiled for tapas in Bristol - we mean harissa lamb shoulder and fried halloumi.
Using the Bristol Old Vic as its backdrop, 1766 Bar & Kitchen is giving new meaning to the term 'dinner with a view'. Gaze at the incredible 18th century theatre wall as you enjoy hearty pies, snacks and an extensive list of wines and beers.
Get your fill of plant-based slices at Purezza, the country's first vegan pizzeria. The originally Brighton-based dough slingers are creating sourdough chomps from their Gloucester Road abode, laden with BBQ porketta, wild forest mushrooms, smoked beetroot carpaccio and more.
High up on our list is this stunning waterside spot. Located within a swimming pool complex, Lido's dining room has some of the city's most unusual views and outdoor seating, while the kitchen has created a Mediterranean and Moorish-inspired menu.
Tamarind fries, ginger chicken, tangled greens and temple dahl are all on the menu at Mowgli. Specialising in Indian street food, the Corn Street kitchen also caters for gluten-free diners and vegans, making it one of the best restaurants in Bristol city centre.
Arguably one of the best veggie-friendly spots, Flow might be small but it certainly is mighty. The place is only open from Wednesday to Saturday and uses unique ingredients to shape their menu, from foraged plants through to homegrown veggies.
A haven for indecisive diners, Rock Salt is serving some of the most iconic dishes from Indian and Chinese cuisine. Plating dim sum and sweet and sour chicken alongside samosas and Kashmiri lamb, this innovative restaurant's got to be up there with the top places to eat in Bristol.
After the best places for fine dining in Bristol? From the minds behind Hyde & Co and The Milk Thistle comes The Ox, a stylish basement restaurant pairing steak with crafted cocktails. Perfect for intimate date nights and meat-lovers, this Corn Street beauty has gained a name for its incredible cuts.