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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
Lazz Lounge Review 
The Lazz Lounge Gloucester Road Review
The Lazz Lounge on Gloucester Road has been part of the local community hub for quite a few years now and it’s the friendliest and most welcoming place to drop in for breakfast, just coffee and cake, or the full works of a mixed mezze in evening. They supply Turkish hospitality and excellent Turkish food in equal measures, and you will never leave hungry or unhappy. Read Full Review
The Italian Kitchen, Alveston Review
The Italian Kitchen Alveston Review
The Italian Kitchen is thriving and becoming busier and busier since it took up residence some six months ago within the Alveston House Hotel. The interior is large, light and airy with pale oak flooring and a white panelled ceiling, together with comfortable seating, tables laid with good cutlery and snowy white serviettes which gives the feel that all is fresh and new. We liked the fact that our table for two was set with a complimentary bowl of mixed olives and Italian breads to nibble whilst we perused the menu which has a great choice of all things Italian including of course pasta and pizza. Read Full Review
New Moon _on the Quay
New Moon On The Quay, Hannover Quay, Bristol
The menu is changed each new moon to showcase a different country; how neat is that? In our case our visit was on the last day of the phase for Bulgaria, and we chose two hearty dishes from that country Read Full Review
La Famiglia Restaurant Keynsham Review 
La Famiglia Restaurant Keynsham Review
La Famiglia is the Italian restaurant on the Bath Road that everybody is talking about, newly opened it’s gathering great reviews and the word on the street is that it does the best pizza that side of town. Read Full Review
An Evening With Dean Edwards Symonds At Redwood
This month Symonds at Redwood played host to a pop-up event by our local celebrity chef Dean Edwards, the one-time digger driver whose appearance on Master Chef in 2006 changed his life forever and turned his cooking hobby into becoming a chef. Read Full Review
Bandook review
Bandook Wapping Wharf Review
The team behind the Mint Room restaurants in Bristol and Bath have created something completely different here in Bandook, a restaurant serving classic street food and using other businesses within the complex as its suppliers, so they have an enviable carbon footprint of just about nil ... Read Full Review
The Churchill Inn Langford Review
The Churchill Inn has a very attractive and well-maintained outside seating area with decking and plenty of room for customers to enjoy a bit of country air if the weather so dictates... Read Full Review
The Jetty 
The Jetty Harbour Hotel Corn Street Review
Going to The Jetty Restaurant is always a treat and no more so than on a beautiful sunny evening when Bristol’s most glamorous and glitzy are out on the town to show off their fine feathers and take advantage of some of the best night haunts of the city ... Read full review