Tantalise your taste buds with a range of new experiences at some of Bristol’s more unusual restaurants.
Spicy food fans should make Casa Mexicana [map] on Zetland Road, their first port of call. With a huge menu and a real party atmosphere, this is the perfect way to start a lively night on the town.
At Quartier Vert [map] on Whiteladies Road, it’s really all about the tapas. Relax in the bar area and enjoy a range of these delicate dips and dippers, or proceed to the restaurant to enjoy a wider selection of Spanish dishes. The Olive Shed [map], Princes Wharf, also offers tapas in an intimate environment, which is lucky enough to have stunning views across the the docklands.
Of course, visitors to Bristol should definitely try some of its fresh fish dishes, and there’s plenty of restaurants to accommodate you. Your best bet here is to head to Redland and enjoy cosy little restaurants like Red Snapper [map] on Chandos Road, and Heatherleys [map] on Lower Redland Road.
If you’re looking for a good sushi bar you’ve come to the right place, as you’ll find several located right in the heart of Bristol city centre. Choose from Sukoshi [map] on Frogmore Street, Teohs [map] and Budokan [map] on Colston Street, which serves a range of tasty noodle dishes too.
Thai fans have plenty of choice when it comes to restaurants in Bristol. One of the big favourites is The One Stop Thali Café [map] on York Road. This cosy vegetarian restaurant gives you a wide selection of curries all on the same plate, so you can enjoy mixing and matching your meal.
If you’re looking for a “bring your own bottle” venue then try Ying’s Thai Takeaway [map] in Cotham offers a huge selection of unusual Thai dishes, plus the usual variations of green and red curry.
Enjoy some dream cuisine at Turkish Delights [map], which serves a delicious range of Turkish treats, and has a winning lively atmosphere. Choose from kebabs with that extra spice or enjoy a piece of heaven from the vegetarian menu.
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