Hart's Bakery is an artisan bakery working out of a large Victorian railway arch at Temple Meads station in Bristol. Within one open space, all of their products are prepared, baked and sold. There is also a seating area for customers to watch the bakers at work over coffee or lunch.
At Full Court Press they serve exceptional coffee provided with honest, informative and exemplary service, with no compromise.
You & Meow offers a unique experience where customers can enjoy the company of their cats whilst savouring a selection of teas, coffees and delicious cakes.
Pinkmans might not look like your typical bakery or serve a range of food and drink typical to a bakery, but at the heart of Pinkmans are bakers ovens, bakers and a lot of baking.
St Nicholas Market is situated in Bristol's Old City surrounded by beautiful Georgian architecture. A vibrant, thriving market housing Bristol's largest collection of independent traders. At the rear of the main hall in the Glass Arcade can be found the food stalls.
Burger Theory was founded by friends Rory Perriment and Oliver Thorogood, two very creative and enthusiastic burger chefs! In 2012 they started experimenting with different recipes and discovered there are hundreds of ways you can make a burger.
An independent espresso bar in the heart of Bristol offering fantastic coffee, loose leaf tea, handmade cakes and cold drinks.
Sharing with you an authentic Szechuan food experience with traditional Chinese family recipes of cold and warm dishes and snacks.
An elegant café serving fantastic coffee in the heart of Bristol. While away the hours and drink some perfectly prepared coffee, enjoy an exquisite tea or a luxury hot chocolate made from chunks of the real thing.
Soup 'n' Sandwich is a traditional, down to earth café offering all day breakfasts, lighter meals such as jacket potatoes together with a full range of hot meals and drinks.
The Three Brothers concept is simple - great burgers and an ever changing and extensive range of craft beers and ciders. After opening in the Spring of 2014, Three Brothers Burgers is now fully established in its picturesque Harbourside spot, the former site of Spyglass.
Open every day from morning to late at night, they offer breakfast, lunch and evening meals, all following a simple policy: stay fresh, local and seasonal. Enjoy their food, get some drinks in with friends or relax with a coffee and use the free wifi – the choice is up to you.
Bristol based traditional pie makers and retailers and now found throughout the country. Each pie contains only fresh, responsibly sourced, free range, natural ingredients many of which are sourced from the West Country.
Café Amoré, which opened over 20 years ago is a friendly cafe popular for sandwiches which are all freshly made and sold on the same day. There are also homemade cheesecakes, mousses, cakes and gateaux as well as around 20 varieties of flapjack.
Down to earth cafe overlooking Bristol's harbourside. Located on the first floor with steep steps to negotiate.