Bristol is a huge city with a huge personality, and the food offerings here are more than enough to impress any hard-working business person looking to eat and re-energise morning, noon or night.
As a city with its own unique character and charm, and a strong link to sea-trade, Bristol attracts visitors from all over the world. So whether you’re looking to treat prospective clients to a slap up dinner, or hoping to establish new business connections through a networking lunch, you’ll be spoilt for choice with venue options here.
Bristol is a huge city, which means it contains all manner of high street chains within its colourful streets. This is exceptionally useful when you have a small business budget to spend on a client lunch, or when you simply just want to know what you’re getting for your time and money.
For the best of Japanese cuisine in an incredibly social setting, hot foot it to Wagamama where you can feast on giant bowls of ramen whilst you talk targets. For “Feel Good Food” go to Friska and enjoy a huge range of fresh and exciting world food. And when you know you and your team need to eat truly hearty food and escape from the four walls of the office, go straight to Gourmet Burger Kitchen and sample an impressive range of burgers for not much money.
Bristol has so many different and exciting eateries to choose from, only a tiny sample will be referenced here because the city is jam packed full of the unique!
For a fresh slant on the traditional British pub take clients to Graze Bar and Chophouse – the ideal eatery for steak lovers (they serve the best around!). For superb food with an even more superb view, visit Mud Dock Cycleworks and Cafe, a cafe and restaurant based above a mountain bike shop. For warm, filling food in a classy restaurant with friendly staff, book your event at The Clifton Sausage and sample traditional British food done really well. Glassboat is a really good option if you want to WOW your client from the moment they see where they are going. This fantastic restaurant is on a beautiful, well-maintained boat so there are views of the water all round, not to mention exceptional service.
Just a few of the many other notable unique eateries include: Mr Wolfs Noodle Bar, The Thali Cafe, Start The Bus, Poco and The Burger Joint.
If your clients desire fine dining, Bristol has plenty to offer them. Wilks is a highly original restaurant offering exceptional food in a charming area of the City. For a concept restaurant that holds the only Michelin star in the city and offering a different menu and decor for every season, opt for Casamia and experience true seasonal food. For excellence in an elegant area, book in The Pony and Trap and enjoy delicious food in the surroundings of an upmarket country pub. Remember to book ahead at all find dining restaurants listed here to avoid disappointment.