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Café/BarOur Café/Bar is the perfect social space overlooking Bristol’s vibrant Harbourside
Open every day from early in the morning to late at night, we offer breakfast, lunch and evening meals, all following a simple policy: stay fresh, local and seasonal. Enjoy our food, get some drinks in with friends or relax with a coffee and use our free wi-fi – the choice is up to you.
Food and Drink
Our Plot to Plate policy literally means straight from the farmers plot in the ground and onto our dinner plate. A great result of this is that our food is really fresh and hasn’t had to travel hundreds of miles to get here.
It's something we're really proud of and it's a passion that is reflected in our food and drink, staff and social space.
"The fish & chips I had here were the best I have ever had. Real chips with the skins on makes a welcome change."
Check out our full range of Menus, and remember - we're happy to make many items Vegan, Dairy or Gluten free on request - just ask a member of staff!
“Tasty (and ethical) eating, drinking and viewing – you can’t ask for more than that” Venue Magazine
Opening hours & contact info
The Café/Bar is open seven days a week.
Mon: 10:00 – 23:00
Tue-Fri: 09:30 – 23:00
Sat: 10:00 – 23:00
Sun: 10:00 – 22:30
Food is served seven days a week from 10:00 - 21:00. Late night snacks (Mezze and Charcuterie Boards, Olives, Hummus & Bread, Nachos, Chunky Chips and Garlic Bread while stocks last) are available until closing.
"Man alive, the @wshed chocolate and raspberry tart is something else. I can feel myself begin to vibrate into another plane of existence."
Comment, get more information or reserve a table by contacting the Café/Bar directly on 0117 927 5101 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our new Summer Menu includes tasty dishes packed full of fresh, seasonal, lighter food for you to enjoy – whatever the weather! New dishes include Charred Asparagus Spears, a great Charcuterie Board and traditional Greek Salad.
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