Best For Brunch In Bristol

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Whether it's poached, scrambled or fried, we've searched this city high and low to find the best places for brunch in Bristol. We're talking French toast at a riverside restaurant, pancake stacks in a quirky hangout and bottomless events galore. So, whatever it is you're after, feast your eyes on our pick of the top spots and ring in the weekend in style.

Last updated on 1st September 2021

The Lost & Found Bristol

219 user reviews 4

Fantastically eccentric, The Lost & Found is serving up a brilliantly quirky bottomless brunch in Bristol - think butternut squash and chilli hash, Turkish eggs and cornflake chicken. Gather the gang and head here every Saturday for a fun morning of free-flowing bubbles in a Victorian-themed beauty.


443 user reviews 5

Get your weekend off to great start with French toast on Riverstation's outdoor terrace. The stunning waterside restaurant is a no-brainer when it comes to the best brunch places in Bristol, offering beautiful views and top-notch scran, such as cured trout and pickled fennel on focaccia. 

An unexpected choice for brunch places in Bristol, Brewhouse & Kitchen is keeping hungry diners on their toes with its unconventional menu. Not only will you find dishes like bacon-filled croissant rolls, juicy burgers and eggs Florentine, but also an extensive drinks list.

Revolution Bristol

1 user review 4

A popular spot when the sun goes down, Revolution is also bringing the fun once the weekend rolls around. Meet your mates here and enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited Aperol spritzes and Amstels, as well as pancakes, pizzas and waffles.

Aluna Bristol

238 user reviews 4

The best places for bottomless brunches in Bristol? Aluna is giving you Insta-worthy interiors and two hours of unlimited prosecco or cocktails. You can also get a main dish - bacon rainbow bagels, chicken waffles or garlic mushroom toast  - and dessert, all for under £30.

Breakfast burgers, shakshuka, free-flowing fizz and beers are all on the menu at The Prince Street Social's bottomless brunch. The gastropub has also been known to spice up the weekend event with help from drag queens and other forms of entertainment - so be sure to keep an eye out.