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Welcome to Restaurants in Bristol, Bristol’s best local eating out guide
Restaurants in Bristol - A comprehensive guide featured on Whats on Bristol to eating out, from cafe’s to fine dining and every type of cuisine that you could imagine, its all here. Not just another list of restaurants, our new online eating guide is packed full of useful information and features that allow you to make the best choices while making some great savings.

Latest Bristol Restaurant Reviews
The George At Abbots Leigh Review 21st November 2018
We loved the new interior with its clean lines, mixing traditional beamed ceiling with light wood flooring and comfortable leather banquette seating. The atrium at the far end gives a spectacular view of the vaulted roof a storey above which makes for a light an airy feel .. Read Full Review

The Crafty Cow
The Crafty Cow
The Craft Cow is a comfortable homely pub, majoring in catering for good times for all the family through the generations from grandma (a nice glass of sherry, followed by Sunday roast) down to the newest great grandchild (homemade fish bites and a rumble around their well-stocked playpen). Read Full Review

Hole in the Wall Pub
The Hole In The Wall Opening Launch
The restaurant upstairs is traditionally furnished and you can feel the long history of the Hole in the Wall; thought to be the model for Robert Louis Stevenson’s Spyglass Tavern in Treasure Island, it has its own spy-hole which 18th century sailors used to keep a look out for marauding gangs  Read Full Review
Mugshot St Nicholas Street Review
Mugshot is a vibrant new addition to Bristol’s independent food scene and trust me all you food fashionistas will want to be seen here! Why the name Mugshot you ask? Well, the restaurant is loosely themed for the 1920s when even the gangsters wore suits and ties and evening dress and diamonds was de rigueur for their molls. Read Full Review