Converted from the former headquarters of Bristol's river police, directly on the harbourside, riverstation is one of the city's most stylish eating establishments. The building has won several national and civic awards for its bold modern architecture; the dramatic use of planar glass, marble and stainless steel accentuates the uncompromisingly bright and contemporary feel.
The upper-floor restaurant offers menus that combine innovative creativity with dependable favourites, changing on a daily basis depending on the availability of fresh, local ingredients. Open every day of the week for lunch, early evening 'café hour' and Ã la carte supper, there is also daytime brunch service at the weekend and a bargain Sunday lunch (just £18.75 for three courses). The wine list is thoughtful and wide ranging, with prices that encourage experiment, and the service is friendly, informal and efficient.
riverstation's bar+kitchen, on the ground floor of the bold, modern building on the harbourside has emerged as one the city's finest bars. With its open kitchen, sumptuous leather sofas, and enviable waterfront location, it's ideal for drinks, with or without food, at any time.
An old merchant house, The Shakespeare Tavern is located in the centre of Bristol by the docks. With a fantastic atmosphere, everyone is made to feel welcome in this popular trouble free pub. Freshly cooked, hearty pub food is served daily from our own extensive menu which includes old favourites such as our steak & ale pie. The menu changes regularly, so there are always new dishes to choose from! During weekday lunchtimes and throughout the day workers and business people enjoy spending their dinner hour here by dropping in for a bite to eat or a quiet drink. We have four real ales on offer and are a Cask Marque award winning pub. This 17th Century pub with traditional features, such as oak beams, is in the evening time an excellent place to soak up the atmosphere and have a good drink with friends. Regulars include dockers and boatmen who like to relax after a hard day at work. If it's a town pub with long-established values you are looking for, then the Shakespeare is always well worth a visit.
The White Lion in Portishead has parts dating back 300 years. Formerly the old mill, the original mill stone is set in the surrounding wall. The wall surrounding the pub was once the sea wall and the tide came right up to it, hence the former water mill.
The pub is just a 5 minute walk from the marina ind serves a range of bar meals including steaks, mixed grills and home made food. We have a good selection of beers and lagers and have a very friendly atmosphere with a good mix of young and old. We also have Sky TV showing all major sporting events.
Opening times Sun-Thurs 12:00-11:00 Fri-Sat 11:00-12:00
The story of Old India started in Dec 1999 with a vision to start up the first restaurant in the country to offer the real cuisine of the mogul kings and princes with contemporary style. After many months of waiting for planning to come through from the powers of English Heritage and following a elaborate refurbishment programme the restaurant is now ready for business.
THE OLD INDIA is delighted to offer to you the cuisine of Mughal kings and princes of days gone by. With specialist ingredients from rare spices through to exotic fresh vegetables, poultry, meat and seafood, our menu combines the traditional Indian flavours and earthy delights with princely style.
Our Executive chef Majrul Haque joins us having mastered the art of culinary delights for over 25 years. He heads a team of professionals dedicated to producing the highest standard of great dishes from our menu.
Address: Stock Exchange Buildings, 34 St Nicholas Street, Bristol, BS1 1TL
We specialize in modern Turkish cuisine, such as traditional dishes taken from the Ottoman Empire and is complimented by exclusive European seafood. Selections of our dishes are also available for vegetarians.
Try our delectable Turkish wines, there's a selection of red and white such as, Yukut, Buizbag and Dolucia to enjoy with your meal. Then perhaps a glass of the traditional Turkish spirit, Raki, to savour with a cup of Turkish coffee. Whatever your taste, an evening spent in the warm and hospitable atmosphere of the Bosphorus will certainly be a memorable one.