What’s new on Bristol’s menu?
Bristol is a city of culture, history, innovation and fantastic food. The cuisine in Bristol is quite amazing. It incorporates bits and pieces of everything good from all parts of the world. From quaint French-themed cafes and bistros to pocket-friendly taverns.
Here are the top restaurants in Bristol, rediscovered with our renowned food critique and blogger.
Where does one go for booze and lots more booze at pocket-friendly prices?
This is not a difficult question at all. You can start with the Wild Beer Co. This new place has its American-inspired taproom and cuisine. You can start with fish and chips and move on to the burger bonanza. Bell's Diner and Barrooms is fantastic for cheap eats. This is the place you should go for a fun filled dinner date that isn't too heavy on your pockets. Try the excellent flavour soaked Med-inspired tapas food including the chicken oyster pincho marinated in harissa yoghurt and spicy chipotle. Bar Buvette is another Bristol fave that offers a unique dining experience. This one will give you a taste of Paris in Bristol. You will find more than your regular share of booze here. The Bar Buvette is flowing artisanal wines and natural wines (no to low sulphur) at pampering prices.
Where does one go for that particular first date?
Only love and food make the world go round. And if you want to experience both in one evening, you should keep the Ethicurean at the top of your list. This is a picturesque little restaurant that offers a panoramic view of the Somerset Hills. Enjoy fresh herring, celeriac and herb emulsion pork belly while soaking in the beautiful light of the green countryside. Flow should make it to your list as well. This casual dining place is ideal for vegetarians. If she's a veg, now you know how to woo her. It has some of the most creative and well-fabricated dishes on the menu. Start with the salt-baked beetroot hummus and cauliflower, and then move on to the local Homewood halloumi and zhug. They have great cocktails to kick-start a perfect evening. Lido stands a proud winner for its fabulous location. It overlooks a Victorian Lido, and it is beautiful, in general. Lido serves fantastic Mediterranean food that is bound to make any food lover swoon. From monkfish and slow-cooked cauliflower to its duck breast with chard raisins, Lido is the place to go to if you want more than just one date.
Other interesting places are both pocket-friendly and amazing. If you want a taste of Indian roadside food, try Thali. This one is amazing for vegans and kids.
Bristol has become a home to a world of cuisines and flavors. These are a few of the places you must try in your next ventures if you want to know what all celebrities and top chefs of UK are talking about.