One of Bristol’s most exciting dining destinations, Klosterhaus, offers a modern and sophisticated take on the grand cafe and can be found at the heart of Cabot Circus. Klosterhaus is composed of a glamorous restaurant, bar, private dining spaces and outdoor terraces and is open for lunch, brunch and dinner.
Located in the iconic grade 1 listed Quakers Friars building, the restaurant sits in the former location of Brasserie Blanc, this impressive space has been given a decadent update - with the grand circular bar sitting in the centre of the room. Sparkling Champagne glasses and dappled steins are placed proudly in view, inviting weary shoppers to recharge with a glass of bubbles - or a stein of German beer for those wanting the authentic experience. Signature cocktails are also on offer, alongside an (extremely!) impressive wine list and a choice of luxury spirits.
A carefully thought-out menu boasts an array of Mittel-European cuisine, alongside German classics, created by Executive Head Chef, Bjoern Wassmuth and Head Chef Rhys Grayson. Those looking to enjoy fine German cuisine will be able to explore a selection of traditional dishes, including Bayrische Schweinshaxe - a pork knuckle served with dumpling, Sauerkraut and a beer jus, or a choice of schnitzels and sausages. If it’s European dishes you are searching for then Burratta served with Isle of Wight tomatoes and wild garlic croutons could be for you or line caught sea trout with Samphire, caper, raisin and lemon butter sauce is one to look out for.