Three Brothers Burgers
Still one of the best burgers in town. Expect hipster service and beer choices and rather good food. It gets busy so you may have to wait for a table and enjoy a drink on King St, but it is worth it.
Barbecues on the covered deck of a moored boat with soft lights and patio heaters.
This is a great burger place on a boat right next to the flat - their burgers are some of the best in Bristol and if you get there early you can score a burger for a few £ on their lunch menu (usually runs between 12 and 5pm).
“Upscale chain restaurant serving sustainably sourced British fish & seafood, plus some meat dishes. ”
“French cuisine finely cooked, staff very polite and prices medium-high but considering the location and food quality, I think they are fair. Bristol gin&tonic was delicious. Fresh fish well cooked and nice selection of cheeses...”
“The Apple's location - set within a converted barge boat - immediately makes it a strong contender as one of one of the coolest bars in Bristol. Add to that its riverside terrace and a mammoth stock of cider, alongside ales, spirits and wines and you've got yourself a top-notch afternoon of alfresco drinking.”
“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.”