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  • Aqua Restaurant - Situated at Welsh Back on the waterfront. Site lists menus, contact details and photo gallery. Also includes booking online facility.
  • The Big Bang Restaurant Bristol - Includes company information, contact details and booking form for ethical sausage and mash restaurant located in Clifton.
  • Bordeaux Quay - Harbourside restaurant serving European food. Site includes supplier list, deli products, online booking and cookery school information.
  • The British Raj - Indian restaurant based in Westbury-on-Trym serving vegetarian and vegan options. Selection of menus, contact details and map.
  • Budokan - Chain of two Pan Asian restaurants situated in Clifton and the City Centre. Includes menu downloads, maps and an online feedback form.
  • Cafe Maitreya - Cafe and restaurant in Easton serving vegetarian, organic and seasonal food. Includes menus, recipes, contact information and links to related organisations.
  • A Cappella - Pizzeria and cafe in Totterdown. Menus, delivery areas, map and contact details.
  • The Carvery Company - A 350-capacity restaurant at The Venue in Cribbs Causeway. News, food, drink, venue hire, profile, location and current job vacancies.
  • The Cattlemans Steak House - Wild West-themed steak restaurant situated in Triangle South, Clifton. Features menu, wine list and images and staff details.
  • Chi Chinese - Chinese restaurant and takeaway in Clifton. Includes online reservation service, menus, special offers and information on Chinese culture.
  • Deason's - Clifton restaurant serving European cuisine. Menu, contact details and information about the restaurant and function rooms included on site.
  • Dragon Express - Chinese takeaway serving pan-Asian cuisine. Meat and vegetarian menus.
  • Fishers Restaurant - Menu, wine list, reviews, photo gallery, and selected recipes.
  • Glass Boat - Floating restaurant located in Welsh Back serving European cuisine. Features virtual reality tour, menus, reviews and functions information.
  • Golden Lion - Music bar in Fishponds with live acts every week. Site lists details of football, darts and location.
  • Hausbar - Cocktail bar located at the top of Whiteladies Road, Clifton. Full drinks menu, news, links and guestbook.
  • La Campagnuola - Italian restaurant and pizzeria in Redland. Full menus, image gallery and booking information.
  • Marco's Italian Restaurant - Includes menus, information and contact details for Italian restaurant near St Nicholas Market.
  • Mud Dock Cafe - City centre cafe and mountain bike showroom. Menu, events, bookings, philosophy, news, stock list and bike FAQ.
  • One30 - Wine and Tapas bar located on the Cheltenham Road. Site lists suppliers, food and drink menus and contact details.
  • One Stop Thali Cafe - Indian street food restaurant in Montpelier. Links to festivals to which they have toured, menu information and contact details.
  • Planet Pizza - Pizza restaurants in Clifton and Bishopston. Site features full menus, contact details and special offers.
  • Plantation - Caribbean restaurant in Cotham. Includes details of the cuisine, profile of the founder, press reviews and online booking form.
  • Preview Bar and Grill - A restaurant and public bar at The Venue, Cribbs Causeway. News, food, drink, venue hire, profile, and location listed on site.
  • Quartier Vert - Restaurant on Whiteladies Road utilising organic, locally produced ingredients, with a cookery school, bakery and catering supplier. Includes menus and produce list.
  • Quba Ice Restaurant - Southville-based Afro-Caribbean restaurant. SIte contains British and Caribbean menus, gallery, guest book and contact information.
  • Racks - Bar and restaurant in Clifton with private function room. Image gallery, menu downloads and full contact details.
  • Rajpoot Restaurant - Indian restaurant offering function room facilities. Menu, map and contact details. Located in Clifton.
  • Riverstation - City centre restaurant with a dockside terrace. Includes selection of menus, online booking and full contact details.
  • Sergio's Restaurant - Family run Italian restaurant with a Bring Your Own option. Site features menu and contact details. Located in the city centre.
  • Shaken Stephen's - A milkshake and smoothie bar located in Clifton. Features drinks and food menus, contact details, gallery and useful links.
  • Spyglass - Mediterranean barbeque restaurant located on a converted barge in Welsh Back. Full menus and contact details.
  • Villager Restaurant - Intimate restaurant serving modern English and Mediterranean cuisine. Selection of menus and contact details. Located in Westbury-on-Trym.
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