Kieran and Imogen Waite first turned heads in Bristol with supperclubs held in their harbourside flat, so the opening of their Spanish eatery among an arcade of quirky shops was eagerly awaited. Set the scene with one of their well-chosen sherries or something from the impressive wine list, before sampling lentils with walnuts and goats’ cheese or Devon river trout a la plancha from the daily menu. Elsewhere, top-notch Ibérico pork cooked on the grill and simpler plates of chickpeas with spinach and cumin reveal a confidence and flair for using the best ingredients. Finish with deliciously naughty salted chocolate truffles, or delve deeper into the liquor shelves if you’re not ready to leave. Bravas also looks good – exposed brickwork, reclaimed wooden tables and seats upholstered with hessian coffee sacks create just the right mood.