This everyday fine dining restaurant uses ingredients sourced from Bristol and the surrounding area. Their dishes are modern twists on British classics, inspired by classic French and international cuisines. It’s a restaurant that caters for all, with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options on the menu.
This restaurant is extra special so will leave a lasting impression. Food critic Mark Taylor wrote in his review for Crumbs magazine: “A memorable meal with a touch of understated luxury… some serious talent in the kitchen.”
Their Steak menu includes 8oz Sirloin, 8oz Rib-eye and 7oz Fillets which are 28 day dry aged. They come with garlic butter, hand-cut chips and a side salad. Visit for lunch and you’ll get 20% off their Steak menu.
A small and intimate Indian restaurant, Chai Shai will make you feel like you’re eating in a friend’s lounge. It’s the best place in Bristol to eat authentic Indian street food. The food is exceptional, with plenty of dishes that you won’t have tried before. We recommend the Achari Chicken, Seasonal Sabji and Fish Khata.
For great Italian food at a reasonable price, head to Sergio’s. It’s the perfect place for a low key lunch. It’s cosy and relaxed. Every dish is homemade and the menu changes daily so you’ll have to check out the chalk boards dotted around the place to decide what you’d like.
There is a lunchtime 2 course set menu for £8.75 that comes ‘highly recommended’ by the Independent. The set menu changes weekly but can include dishes such as Spaghetti aglio e olio with tiger prawns, Creamy squash and sweetcorn soup, and Sauteed mushrooms in a butter and blue cheese sauce, garnished with crispy pancetta.