Bristol Restaurants

  • Caffe Gusto, Bristol
    Caffe Gusto, Bristol
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  • My coffee and courgette cake!
    My coffee and courgette cake!
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  • Mackenzies Cafe Bar, Bristol
    Mackenzies Cafe Bar, Bristol
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  • 1. Hard Rock Cafe

    I wandered into this bar, as it was on the way back to my accom, and I'd picked up a flyer, with a half price beer offer, so intended just having the drink and having an early night. Huh! 4 hours...

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  • 2. Bella Italia - Baldwin Street

    Before I went to see Phantom at the Hippodrome I had dinner at Bella Italia and order two courses from the Lunch Menu Fisso which is available until 6.30 pm (although it has now changed from midday to...

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  • 3. Sergio's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Sergios is a fabulous Italian restaurant which feels very authentic . It always busy but in a buzzy way. The decor is simple and cosy, and not at all bright and brash. Its my favourite style of...

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  • 4. Primrose Cafe, Clifton

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Primrose Cafe has the atmosphere of a funky living room, with mismatched tables and chairs, and lots of flowers (primroses, indeed!). The Cafe is known for its good breakfasts, cake and coffee....

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  • 5. Caffe Gusto aka Siesto on the Hippodrome

    3 out of 5 stars

    On my final morning in Bristol after I had done some sightseeing I stopped at this Bristol chain cafe for a hot chocolate. There are a number of branches in the city and its suburbs and some offer...

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  • 6. King William Ale House

    We entered at King William Ale House by accident one cold afternoon that we just wanted a place to warm up a bit before heading for a night club. We loved the no smoking lounge and especially the real...

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  • 7. Hatchet Inn

    The Hatchet Inn is one of if not The Oldest Pub in Bristol. It has a great history and this old Tudor timbered house has probably the finest facade in Bristol although the interior has been ripped out...

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  • 8. Rummer Hotel

    The Rummer Hotel was the City's new Exchange in 1743 that fixed the old inn's name and present structure. The merchants of Bristol were looking for a suitable meeting place for discuss their business...

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  • 9. MacKenzies @ Harbourside

    This trendy South West chain Cafe Bar at the Watershed was offering cheap coffee at 75p. I was in a need of a caffeine fix so it was a good opportunity to purchase a takeaway. The Americano coffee...

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  • 10. Llandoger Trow

    This historic pub with a Brewsters Fayre restaurant is adjacent to where I stayed. As I was under the weather at the time, I chose to eat there as I didn't fancy venturing out far for my evening...

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  • 11. Bell's Diner and Bar Rooms

    Located in the Montpelier area of Bristol I lived not too far away for three years and had never been before. When I mentioned to friends that I was going they all said something along the lines of...

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  • 12. Vincenzo's

    I stumbled upon this place quite late on a winter's weekday evening and it was, I suppose understandably, empty. This is a shame as I had an excellent meal here although I was subsequently told it...

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  • 13. Red Mullet - closed

    In search of Fish and Chips, I was led to this fast house by a local pub that had just closed down its grill. Being from Colorado it was pretty essential that my first day in Britain this year would...

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  • 14. Mezze @ Green Dragon

    I have been here twice now; the first visit in Dec 2010, the second visit March 2011. For Christmas we had a 3 course set meal; I had a duck, tangerine & rocket salad, monkfish in a butterbean and...

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  • 15. Mud Dock

    3 out of 5 stars

    The Mud Dock is primarily a bike shop, but this should not understate the quality of the food served upstairs in the cafe. The interior is 'industrial', i.e. Lots of metal, big chunks of wood and...

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  • 16. Commercial Rooms, Wetherspoons pub

    This Wetherspoon pub is the former Bristol Commercial Rooms, a gentlemen's club and meeting place for the city's merchants, built in 1811. It's a lovely building and worth visiting for the...

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  • 17. Oppo - closed

    This place is a cool, friendly coffee lounge and live music venue as well as somewhere to eat. By the magic of Bristol's topography you enter at ground level but drink your coffee on the first floor...

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  • 18. Costa Coffee - Gloucester Road - apparently closed

    The Gloucester Road, as noted elsewhere, is a fabulous streetfull of shops. Butchers, bakers and candlestick makers: purveyors of things you would never buy for yourself but make excellent presents...

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  • 19. Avon Gorge Hotel

    The Avon Gorge Hotel offers accommodation in the picturesque suburb of Clifton. Though the main drawcard of the Hotel is the large terrace which forms part of the Bar/Restaurant, and has spectacular...

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  • 20. Casa Sudaca

    Ricardo Casagran, a Chilean former refugee, runs this Latin American restaurant as a cooperative. The menu is fixed-price, and very good value. There is a small selection of wines, but the best bet is...

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  • 21. Thali Cafe - Easton

    There are a fair few Thali cafes in Bristol (Clifton, Montpellier, Totterdown and Easton) but the Easton one is the one I've been to the most. The company started with a stall at local festivals and...

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  • 22. La Ruca

    This small and very friendly cafe up the stairs from a shop is run by Patricia and Alfonso, also Chilean former refugees. They do a limited range of meals and snacks, mostly vegetarian but usually...

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  • 23. Rajdoot Tandori

    Rajdoot Tandori Indian Restaraunt. A very tastfull restaraunt with superb service, and very helpful waiters. Chicken Sekwa - Nepalese Speciality - Whole breast of chicken marinaded in spiced and...

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  • 24. Severn Shed

    This restaurant is housed in a former boat shed on the banks of the city's 'floating harbour'. The food was good and reasonably priced - two courses for two and a bottle of wine came to just under...

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  • 25. Caffe Nero, Queen Street

    Although there are many cozy cafes in Bristol we were desperate for a coffee after visiting the City Museum so we visited Nero Café that was opposite the museum. It was nice sitting there and watch...

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