Looking for places to eat in Bristol? Come get your fill! We’re a real foodie city, just as renowned for our creative street eats as our fine dining scene.
Bristol is fiercely proud of its independent restaurants, bars, cafes and pubs and is home to an award-winning array of them. Maybe you’ve heard of Pieminister? The quirky creations from this homegrown pie shop, with names like Moo and Chilli Con Carnage, head to local lunch spot St Nick’s Market to grab one on the go.
Then there’s the really fancy places to eat in Bristol, started small by local families and now raved about by London food critics. Casamia on the Harbourside is a superb example. It serves a sensational, strictly seasonal menu. Book your table quick though, this place is in high demand.
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.
Local Artisan & Organic Producers
Bristol uses mostly local and organic food/drink produce, to provide top quality, do better for the environment, and also to benefit the local economy. Read about a few of our well known local artisan & organic producers.
Head to Bristol’s historic harbourside and explore the city’s newest quarter, Wapping Wharf, where local Bristolians and visitors alike can shop, eat and relax by the glistening waterfront.
Saint Nicholas Market
Established in 1743 St Nicholas Market is the oldest and best loved market in Bristol. This vibrant and buzzing market place can be found in the heart of the old city, which is full of fantastic examples of Georgian Architecture and is only a short walk from all of the hotels in central Bristol.
Bristol has the most Michelin stars in the UK outside of London. Here’s a list of some of our favourite restaurants in Bristol…
The South West is famed for its cider and scrumpy and you will easily find pubs and bars in Bristol offering a host of different varieties. But if you are an ale or beer fanatic then you will not be disappointed either; Bristol’s craft beer scene is fermenting as well as the award-winning ale it produces.