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If you’re wondering where to eat in Bristol for lunch, St Nicholas Market (Corn Street) in the Old City is where locals flock to on their lunch break. From salads and pick-me-up juices to Moroccan tagines, you’ll find something tasty to satisfy your taste buds.
The market’s most famous food stall has to be Pieminster, a Bristol food institution that started in Stoke’s Croft, with the original shop still there. Since those early beginnings, its fame for imaginative pies, mushy peas and gravy has spread nationwide. Park your bum on one of its wooden benches and give them a try!
Another of Bristol’s local foodie hotspots is The Thali Café, a small chain of thali cafes dotted around the city, dishing up colourful Indian breakfast, brunch and lunch menus (we heartily recommend the crispy rice pancake and coconut chutney), as well as eco tiffin takeaways.
Going into the evening, there’s a plethora of dining options throughout Bristol, whether you want hearty pub grub, fresh seafood, gourmet burgers or a fragrant bowl of Japanese noodles. Along the Harbourside, and even floating on the water, you’ll find some of Bristol’s most famous restaurants, catering for mid to high-end budgets and a range of tastes.
If money is no object and romance is the theme of the evening, head to Clifton and Park Street, where you’ll find a variety of fine-dining restaurants offering candlelit suppers and sumptuous dishes.
Got a sweet tooth? Bristol has more than its fair share of bakeries, patisseries and gelatos filled with sugary, buttery and creamy treats. Swoon Gelato (31 College Green) is located at the bottom of Park Street – locals say their chocolate sorbet is to die for…
Wondering where to eat in Bristol for breakfast and brunch? You’ll be spoilt for choice, with hundreds of excellent cafes and delis around the city.
You’ll find many of them on Gloucester Road, Park Street and in Clifton and Redland, serving up fresh juices, ethically-sourced coffee and local eggs and bacon.