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Located on the harbourside near Pero's Bridge
Latitude / Longitude: 51.44951, -2.59885
Our Locals' Tip: Try to book a table by the window for wonderful views of the harbourside.
Originally built in 1926 as a docks warehouse, this unique award winning venue now houses a fine restaurant, brasserie, wine bar, cookery school and deli in a stylish waterfront location. Bordeaux Quay is the only restaurant in Bristol to be awarded 3 stars by the Sustainable Restaurants Association. The majority of the food is sourced from the West Country and where possible is organically produced.The owners are committed to ensuring that as much of the fish as possible is caught using sustainable methods.
The upstairs dining room offers a varied and sophisticated menu. On my last visit this included leek and Umbrian lentil pancakes with a thyme cream, fillet of Devon river trout with almonds, prosecco and cream sauce and a magnificent chargrilled beef fillet with beef and pancetta ravioli. The deserts were equally scrumptious - anyone for chocolate fondue with marshmallow and honeycomb pear parfait cake? The set price Sunday lunch is excellent value and there is an extensive wine list. Don't forget to indulge in a cocktail at the bar before eating.
The wine bar is upstairs, next to the restaurant, offering great views over the harbourside.
The more casual downstairs brasserie offers reasonably priced menu in an informal setting. It opens up onto a terraced area on the quayside - perfect for relaxing on a sunny day. This is a great place for lunch if you are spending a day visiting the harbourside attractions such as the M Shed or At Bristol.
Monday - Closed (Brasserie open as normal)
Tuesday to Saturday 18.00 - 22.00
Sunday 12.00 - 15.00
Monday to Saturday 09.00 -22.30
Sunday 09.00 - 22.30
Best For Whom:
- Mature Travellers
Best For What:
- Fine Dining
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