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Restaurants in Bristol

Bristol and its environs now have county status, although things gastronomic are still driven by the city itself. Once a great trading centre famed for imports of everything from pigs to port and sherry, it still puts on a cosmopolitan face: massive redevelopment along the old waterside warehouses has spawned all manner of restaurants, brasseries and cafés.

Elsewhere, the city's multicultural heritage has ensured an abundance of ethnic eating places, with food-orientated pubs making an impact - especially in the suburbs and nearby countryside.

The Bristol Restaurant Guide
  
The Townhouse Bar & Restaurant - Clifton
After five years Nick, now working with his partner Vanessa, moved the restaurant across the street to 85 Whiteladies Road (formerly the site of Quartier Vert) to create The Picture House East
  
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Climb the marble steps through a glass stairwell to reach the informal first-floor dining room
  
The Albion - Clifton
'Public House and Dining Rooms' is the billing for this revamped Grade II-listed seventeenth-century hostelry tucked away in an archetypal Clifton mews
  
The Bowl Inn, Lilies Restaurant - Lower Almondsbury
It began life as monks' dwellings during the Middle Ages
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