Where to eat in BristolMonday 13 October 2014 by Jonathan Wakeford Bristol offers a wide range of choice when it comes to restaurants, with a wealth of different cuisines on offer throughout the city. SACO’s HQ is based here too, so we like to think that we have the inside scoop on the best places to eat!
Where to eat
Bringing a true taste of Italy to the heart of the city, Piccolino offers a wonderful combination of both modern and classic Italian dishes using the freshest local ingredients, all prepared in an open kitchen. Set just off the upmarket quarter of Cabot Circus, it is the ideal choice after a day’s shopping and sightseeing.
Alongside Bristol’s picturesque harbourside is Bordeaux Quay - an award-winning restaurant with an excellent reputation for impeccable service and great European food that’s locally sourced within the South West. It hosts a restaurant, deli, brasserie, wine bar, bakery and cookery school all under one roof!
Jamie’s Italian recently opened in a prime position at the top of trendy Park Street, and has fast become a popular hotspot. Serving gourmet Italian cuisine from antipasti platters to fresh pasta and chicken cooked on a brick, the famous chef has created a restaurant chain that never fails on taste and won’t burn a hole in your pocket either!
Situated on a quiet side street in Clifton, The Lido combines urban-chic with the feel of a luxurious country home, offering a wonderful restaurant that serves food inspired by the tastes of France, Spain, Morocco and beyond. The Lido has an outdoor swimming pool and spa treatments on offer too, so you can happily (and very easily) spend a whole day here.
Want to find out more?
For more information about the vast array of restaurants and eateries in Bristol, take a look here.
After your dinner, walk back to one of SACO’s two centrally located serviced apartments and put your feet up in your own home-from-home with a glass of wine!