When it comes to smart and special, this unusual place to eat in Bristol is bringing the goods. No. 4 Clifton Village is an award-winning restaurant set in a Georgian manor; explore the various rooms or head out to the beautiful gardens.
Quirky Restaurants in Bristol
As one of the coolest cities in the UK, Bristol is never one to disappoint, especially when it comes to its dining scene and quirky places to eat. Whether you're looking for something a little different for your next date night, or wanting to impress friends, these Bristol quirky restaurants have got the answer.
From the flower wall to the themed dishes, this quirky restaurant in Bristol has had a buzz since it opened. Honing in on the latest floral trend, the restaurant and bar is completely gorgeous as a Grade-II bakery is transformed into a plant-lovers paradise.
Inspired by a mythical professor, The Lost and Found is chock full of gorgeous design features as industrial meets floral. Add this spot to your list of something a little different in Bristol if you fancy stunning cocktails, grill plates and interiors worth your Instagram.
From pop-up to epic burger restaurant, Burger Theory is a renowned spot for a belly-busting dinner. From the pictures of the epic patties on the walls through to the all-you-can-eat club, this Bristol restaurant is unlike anything else in the city.
From the location down to the plates, Lido is serving up some 'serious quirky restaurant in Bristol' vibes. With views over a swimming pool and a delicious small plates menu, try this spot for a catch-up with friends.
There's quirky restaurants in Bristol and then there's downright wacky; Steak of the Art combines eatery with art gallery. Expect excellent steak dishes alongside incredible design features.
The brainchild of a former rugby player, Pigsty on Gloucester Road is a temple to all things piggy. Check out this weird and wonderful Bristol menu for scotch eggs and cheese baconaise (it's as good as it sounds).
Doing good while visiting one of Bristol's unusual places to eat? The Canteen is ticking both those boxes as the social kitchen gives a percentage of its monthly profits to local courses, along with having unique features such as a Banksy mural and following the slow movement for food.
Pata Negra is taking you away from Bristol for a night of Spanish style as soon as you step through its front door. Date night is a guaranteed goodie with this spot that serves up eclectic interiors, scrumptious tapas and a cracking wine menu.