5 Restaurants near Bristol

We found 5 restaurants within 8 miles8 miles of Bristol

Bristol is the largest city in south-west England, and has a rich maritime heritage. The 19th-century engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel (designer of the Great Western Railway) is famously linked to Bristol, having done more than anyone to shape the face of the modern city – his legacy includes the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the SS Great Britain (moored at the Great Western Dockyard). Another familiar landmark is The Victoria Rooms, a fine early-Victorian classical building once used for readings by Charles Dickens and Oscar Wilde. Like any other major conurbation, restaurants in Bristol offer a wide choice, ranging from fast food and world cuisine to fine dining. In Clifton, the laid-back Lido restaurant overlooking the swimming pool at the restored Victorian lido is a popular choice, while the updated harbour boasts the eco-friendly Bordeaux Quay, and excellent views and to-the-point cooking at riverstation. Click here for our list of the best restaurants in Bristol.

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Kensington Arms

Kensington Arms

1.12 miles
"What a treat – a restyled city pub that’s worth a detour for its food but still serves as a proper local. In this instance, ‘proper l ..." Read our full review
The Swan Hotel - Bristol

The Swan Hotel - Bristol

6.99 miles
The Swan Hotel and Restaurant nestled in the quaint village of Almondsbury is mere minutes from the M5 and just twenty minutes from Bristol city centre. So ...
The Victoria Park

The Victoria Park

1.12 miles
"The Victoria Park has proved co-owner Ed Brown-Jackson’s theory that a neighbourhood pub needs to be many things to many people. Pitched round th ..." Read our full review
The Albion - Bristol

The Albion - Bristol

1.31 miles
" While the unusually deft revamp of this run-down city boozer has gone for the standard gastropub look – lots of wood, leather armchairs in front of ..." Read our full review
The Pony & Trap

The Pony & Trap

7.14 miles
"A 200-year-old cottage boozer in the heart of the Chew Valley, The Pony & Trap is prized for its bar food (“as good as it gets”) as wel ..." Read our full review