Best Restaurants in Bristol
In Bristol are some of the best restaurants and the top chefs in the country and most of them are using locally-sourced ingredients.
Bristol offers visitors an impressive range of restaurants with both local and international options to suit all tastes and budgets. There is a fantastic mix of restaurants in Bristol to suit all tastes with established national chains, a vibrant independent restaurant sector, and a selection of restaurants which reflect all of the major cuisines of the world.
Bristol is well known for its ‘quintessentially English’ reputation and is a great place for traditional English fare such as cream teas, fish and chips, lobster and dressed crab, and local beef, game, rabbit and poultry.
Bristol's rich mix of cultures are reflected in the food available in different quarters of the city.
Head to St Mark's Road in Easton for Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine, St Pauls for Caribbean, Clifton for classic British and seafood or Park Street and the Triangle for some of the best burgers in the land.
In our listing you'll find some of the top chefs offering your delicious food in the best restaurants in Bristol.
Enjoy a warm welcome at River Cottage HQ, with dining experiences unlike any other. Choose between our regular Friday & Saturday Nights and Sunday Lunch in the barn or an intimate occasion in the Farmhouse or one of our special events.
Aqua Restaurant is the home of modern Italian cuisine where the menus are thoughtfully tailored to meet the guests’ tastes and expectations. Their aim is to ensure that you have a memorable experience, with impeccable service and great food.
Bell's Diner and Bar Rooms is the latest incarnation of Bristol's beloved Bell's Diner. The team has its roots in Rocinantes and Quartier Vert and brings to Bell's the same relaxed enthusiasm for getting knees under a table to eat, drink and have a good time.
Bordeaux Quay on Bristol’s Harbourside is a restaurant, brasserie, bar, deli, bakery and cookery school, all under one roof. Housed in an elegant, converted warehouse on the waterfront, Bordeaux Quay offers the very best in seasonal, regionally sourced food and drink.
The Browns building in Bristol is modelled on the Doge’s Palace in Venice and was once part of the outstanding Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. It was restored to its former glory in 1992 and is now very much part of the landscape.
At Casamia, we bring you a dining experience that is truly seasonal. Not only our tasting menus but the very décor of our intimate restaurant changes throughout the year.
Flinty Red is a wine tasting venue and award-winning restaurant in Bristol.
They are an informal restaurant with a daily changing menu and a large selection of wine by the glass and carafe.