Top Local Restaurants
St Nicolas Street market stalls offer delicious Indian, Italian and Moroccan food, as well as the tasty pies from Pieminster which are a true Bristol favourite!
With all of these restaurants just a short walk from the guesthouse, you’re spoilt for choice…
Steak & Cocktails
Mention you’re from Brooks guesthouse and get a complimentary glass of fizz when you book – (bookings are essential). Early evening deal is £15 for steak, chips, sauce and a glass of red.
No. 6 in the Top 50 Cocktail Bars
A prohibition style bar with buzzer entry, table service and some of the best craft cocktails in the city – (booking is advised). One of Bristol’s best kept secrets just around the corner.
Located on Bristol’s iconic harbourside, Riverstation is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner all year round. With it’s stunning terrace, balcony and unrivalled views of the river, it can only be described as one of the best alfresco dining experiences in Bristol.
Fine Dining, Welsh Back setting 5 mins walk from the Guesthouse
Great for Brunch and lunch, set in an opulent old school building with quirky furniture. Located in Corn Street a two-minute walk from the guesthouse
Located in the Harbourside super for special occasions reservations are required, 10 mins walk from the guesthouse
a Bristol favourite booking a must, tiny restaurant but super location, 10-minute walk from the guesthouse
Fun Spanish restaurant located in Wapping Wharf an area filled with great restaurants and bars 10-minute walk from the guesthouse.
Pho is a family-run business serving great value, healthy Vietnamese street food that is cooked fresh daily (no central kitchens!).
All dishes are prepared daily and cooked in a wood fired oven, charcoal robata grill or charcoal rotisserie for added flavour. All ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible. With excellent views over the city centre from the rooftop terrace, it is the perfect summer dining spot.