Bristol Restaurants

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  • 26. 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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  • 27. Mazati - closed

    I like Lebanese (and without wishing to generalise too much, Middle Eastern) food as it tends to be good for vegetarians (me) and omnivores (everyone I know), so I was pleased to find this...

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  • 28. Medology

    It's sort of a eat what you can restaurant where you pay a fix price and drink and eat what you want. It's mainly starter dishes but they are all fantastic! It's a (in)famous place among...

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  • 29. Myristica in King Street - moved

    We noticed this place whilst dashing through puddles the night before and kept it in mind, so when the concierge at our hotel recommended it, we were sold. The venue on King Street appears to be an...

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  • 30. Renato's Numero Uno

    I've visited this restaurant a few times now, due to attending meetings, it's now the after meeting venue. A nice atmosphere. Although there are now about 30 of us, the staff usually manage to get...

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  • 31. Riverstation

    Classy, but reasonably-priced, nouveau-Brit restaurant house in the old harbour police station, jutting out into the water. Reservations essential as this is (or was) considered a cool place to see...

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  • 32. Rocco's

    Rocco's is a small family run resataurant. Nothing fancy but all good solid home cooking, served by friendly staff. Nothing over the top: they just genuinely want you to enjoy your dinner. I've only...

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  • 33. 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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  • 34. Bristolian Cafe

    The Bristolian closed at the end of 2011. Sic transit gloria mundi. Victim ofthe Collape of the West. I'm not scrubbing the tip as a tribute to the place and to Cath, the owner and usually the fryer...

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  • 35. Kings Head pub

    Lovely, genuinely 17th century pub in a part of the city that was derelict not so long ago but which is now enjoying a revival. There's a long, narrow bar serving excellent beer and a tiny dining room...

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  • 36. Watershed

    The Watershed is a famous meeting point in Bristol and it is easy to see why. Housed in an old waterfront Victorian warehouse, it is an arts centre with cinemas which also includes a nice cafe with...

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  • 37. Wessex Flyer

    Family restaurant/pub that is part of the Table Table chain and attached to the Premier Inn. The restaurant is divided into several distinct areas, including family and adult dining areas, and a...

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  • 38. 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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  • 39. Renato's La Taverna Dell' Artista

    This is the famous Italian restaurant above the Renatos late night theatre pub. The restaurant is very charming and italian.........(the ceiling is actually sloping ala the leaning tower of...

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  • 40. Jade Palace - Kingswood

    Jade Palace - Kingswood Bristol. A small chinese resturant. The food is very good and the staff extremely polite and friendly. You can also order takeaways from the menu which are of the same standard...

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  • 41. Pieminister, Stokes Croft

    Pieminster pies are another Bristol institution. The epicentre of the pie activity is their restaurant in Stokes Croft, but the pies are available for home consumption at various places and they have...

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  • 42. Zero Degrees

    Most recent visit April 2011. Not just a restaurant but a bar too. Zero Degrees has the building purpose built for them, I used to visit Bristol before I lived here and remember it opening and being...

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  • 43. Thali Cafe - York Road aka Montpelier

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is a vegetarian restaurant with no menu You just turn up and they give you a gorgeous tray of veggie indian delights. This is a beautiful but simple place with good lighting and pretty toilets -...

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  • 44. Thai Edge

    4 out of 5 stars

    This restaurant is a bit more expensive than the ones I usually go to, but it is definitely worth the price! It's very well furnished inside, with a great atmosphere and the waitresses and waitress...

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  • 45. Nando's, Park Street

    It supposed to be a real traditional portuguese food restaurant but it's not! Nevertheless it has a certain taste of Portugal and you can taste some of the flavours so well known here. Just don't go...

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  • 46. Acappella

    A small, very cosy bar+pizzeria+tapas a little off the centre in Bristol, Wells road. Being an Italian I was very sceptic when I tried their pizza but I must admit is very god! They don't sell...

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  • 47. Budokan - closed 2009

    Very different feel to this place serving great food, an experience not to be missed. Lots of different food on the menu including sushi, rice dishes, noodles etc. all on the web site. Nasi Goreng --...

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  • 48. Bauhenia, Clifton

    Food is fantasic, fresh ingredients, and staff are lovely. definately recommmend the Thai Green Curry best ive ever tasted in this UK - cant wait to get to Thailand and taste the real deal!!! Fave...

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  • 49. Cafe Ceiturica - closed

    Over the last year or so the local area to where I live is slowly "up and coming". One of the new arrivals to set up a trendy establishment is 'Cafe Centruia'. Initially I was loathed to go into this...

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  • 50. Casa Mexicana

    We've been welcomed by a smiling and kind waiter who found a table for us in the crowded restaurant. Even though in a typical British building, with a fireplace also, it is decorated with Aztec...

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