Tucked away in the heart of Clifton Village, The Albion is a stalwart on the Bristol pub scene dating back to the 17th century. Fully refurbished in 2005, the pub benefits from several private dining rooms, a quintessential courtyard and cosy-cum-traditional decor throughout. A Grade II listed building, the pub offers authentic British cuisine and a wide range of real ales, and is a popular choice for private hire functions.
From BBQs and Wimbledon screenings in the summer, to pub quizzes and mulled cider in the winter; The Albion attracts an eclectic crowd all throughout the year. Perfect for chilled drinks, delicious food and a friendly village-pub ambience, The Albion has firmly established itself as one of the best pubs in Bristol, combining its original features with a unique, modern approach to hospitality.
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A word from the chef:
Promising a wholly British menu, you can expect a thoroughly traditional affair food-wise. From brunch to dinner, the food is hearty, locally-sourced and fairly priced. Highlights include The Albion Burger (£10), the Marinated Lamp Chop (£16) and the Sunday Roast Pork Belly (£16.50).
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