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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 Kings Head pub, famous for its Caribbean kitchen

Kings Head Whitehall Review 21st March 2018

The Kings Head pub, famous for its Caribbean kitchen, seems to be one of Whitehall’s best kept secrets, especially to us as we’re not from that side of town and were intrigued to find out how a standard British pub could consistently serve up amazing Caribbean food. Read full review
Al Fresco Westbury _On Trym Review 13th February 2018 
Al Fresco Westbury On Trym Review 13th February 2018
Newly opened in Westbury on Trym, Al Fresco is hoping for the same success as its sister restaurant in Cleeve which judging by the number of customers piling through the door on a Tuesday night is happening already. The interior refit has been thoughtfully done in shades of pale dove grey, with cream leather seating and has a chic and modern feel; the exact opposite of Italian restaurants of old. Read full review


New Restaurants featured on Whats on Bristol
Waldegrave Arms 
Waldegrave Arms
Situated in the heart of the picturesque Chew Valley, this traditional 16th century inn offers a range of high quality food, beers and wines with friendly, personal service. Here at the Waldegrave, you can enjoy a great pint or a lovely meal in beautiful surroundings. Read more
Mediterranevm provide an authentic range of Mediterranean cuisine and hospitality, giving you an original taste of the Mediterranean. Using the finest, fresh ingredients from all corners of the Mediterranean, their team of specialty chefs work hard to create classic dishes to delight. Read more
The Blue Lagoon
An independent landmark on the famous Gloucester Rd, situated in the very heart of Bishopston - an amazing cultural bohemian hotspot in Bristol serving excellent food, great live music and an incredible range of cocktails. Read more


New Bristol Restaurant Openings
The Lost & Found Bristol 
A New Adventure is about to begin in Bristol
The stars have aligned to unveil a constellation of mystical mixology and seasonal cuisine as The Lost & Found chain opens it’s fifth restaurant in Clifton Bristol the on 20th April. Mythical Professor The Lost & Found will exude old-world charm complete with a stunning bar, restaurant, private boardroom and underground hidden bar.
Roots Lounge has opened _on St Nicholas Street 

Roots Lounge has opened on St Nicholas Street

Roots Lounge will stand out from it’s many city centre counterparts because of one crucial difference – none of its products will contain meat. The independent eatery will serve only vegetarian and vegan food alongside natural and organic juices, coffees, teas and smoothies.
Foundry 85 will open later this year _on the Triangle, Clifton 

Foundry 85 will open later this year on the Triangle, Clifton
After some problems with planning applications, work has finally started on transforming the former Bottelinos restaurant, next to Waitrose on the Triangle, into a new bar and restaurant. Foundry 85 part of the pub chain Martson’s will offer a vast menu serving sharers, pizzas and burgers, there will also be an extensive cocktail list featuring a special ‘smoked’ variety, alongside alcoholic iced teas and traditional long and short offerings. Look out for Foundry 85 by the end of the year.