Heralded for their on-site microbrewery, gastro inspired grub and markedly charming British inspired interiors, King St Brewhouse is one of the best pubs in Bristol, at the forefront of scoffing and supping in the city.
Charming the city with their classic interiors and smattering of trinkets, King St Brewhouse is a menagerie of cutesy spots and seating areas; From greenery and raw woodwork, to vintage trinkets and a bookshelf. Primed for private parties, guests can also book the likes of their Tank Room or their Locker Room for a truly special dining experience.
Known for their on-site microbrewery, you needn't travel far to tuck into ales produced right on site. Harbouring their own selection of craft brews, guests can glug away on the likes of their 'Misty River' or their 'Night Porter' at 4.2% abv. Paired well with their selection of gastro dishes, King St Brewhouse have taken up pub grub a notch with a selection of notable plates and seasonal produce. Try their pain fried guinea fowl breast with creamed beans at £14, or their baked butternut squash with feta cheese at £10.50.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.60|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£40.00|
A word from the chef:
From gastro inspired grub, to brunch and Sunday lunch, King St Brewhouse is a menagerie of delicious dishes. Try their twice cooked brisket of beef with hand cut chips at £13, or the likes of their confit duck leg with smoked garlic at £13.50.