Mud Dock Café
Morning coffee, leisurely lunch, evening dinner with unrivalled views of Bristol’s harbourside especially outside on the roof terrace in summer.
Probably one of the best brunches in the area, with great views over the river.
Stumbled across this one Saturday evening – lookslike somewhere in North America to me..wood floors, ‘craft beers’, really good views, and the food was way better than I would have guessed...
The Mud Dock cafe has great views out over the harbourside and is a good place for coffee/evening meals. But more importantly it's the best place to park if you're embarking on a walk around the harbourside. 2 hours in the machine will give you enough time for a leisurely walk.
“This is a fantastic steak grill near St Nick's market. They offer a relatively limited menu and you basically gotta love steak to enjoy it but if you do it's worth a visit. It's suprisingly big all in all but feels like an intimate restaurant because of how it is laid out. They won 'Best Steak' in the Bristol Good Food Awards this year so it's not just us who love it! ”
“Let your competitive spirit take over at Kongs. If vintage arcade games such as stone-cold classics Street Fighter II or PacMan aren’t your style, give your wrists a workout on the table football table or don your coolest headband on the table tennis table where a ricocheting shot could end up behind the bar. Lagers are not frowned upon here with an international selection that includes Sierra Nevada from the USA, Affligem from Belgium and Birra Moretti from Italy. Ciders on tap are Thatchers Gold and Symonds.”
“Great wine (the owners also run Corks of Cotham up the hill) and interesting menu”