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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
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
The George Tearoom

The George Tearoom, Felton Review

The interior of the tearoom is light and airy with contemporary furnishings and beautiful vintage china and cutlery – nostalgia crept across me when I saw nestling on a shelf full of assorted china teapots, the very Royal Albert teapot that my mother kept for Sundays and Christmas. To add to this mood light jazz was being played via a vintage record player and the counter displayed a tempting array of sugary confections calling to be added to your plate. Read Full Review
 The Prince Of Waterloo, Winford Review
The Prince Of Waterloo, Winford Review
The Prince of Waterloo is at the heart of the community in Winford, a focal point for locals but also welcomes many tourists to the area giving them the old English pub experience in spades. The building creaks with history with low beamed ceilings, flagstone floors and a general feeling that the double thick stone walls had seen more than they are telling. Read Full review
The Grapevine Brasserie Mangotsfield Review
The Grapevine Brasserie Mangotsfield Review
Formerly the local pub, The Grapevine Brasserie is now a very chic and smart place to eat having had a total makeover both outside and in. Custom made wooden furniture and large umbrellas give the perfect place for an aperitif in the courtyard and the interior is decorated in muted greys, which is easy on the eye. Read Full review