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European Restaurants in Bristol

 European restaurants in Bristol

This historic town in the south-west of England has won coveted Purple Flag awards for its nightlife and entertainment, so it's no surprise that Bristol's European restaurants are also of a very high standard. From the picturesque harbourside to Park Street with its elegant Georgian architecture, there are plenty of hidden gems to be discovered, with lovers of French, Italian and Spanish cuisine all well-catered for. Daytime visitors can work up an appetite with a walk by the sea or on the Downs, while by night, live music enhances the dining experience.

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The Ashville

The Ashville

Southville
European££££
5.4/6158
The Ashville
The Jolly Sailor

The Jolly Sailor

Saltford
European££££
4.4/624
The Jolly Sailor
The White Lion Hotel

The White Lion Hotel

Yate
European££££
4.7/619
The White Lion Hotel
The The Wheatsheaf Corston - Lounge, Bar and Restaurant

The The Wheatsheaf Corston - Lounge, Bar and Restaurant

Corston
European££££
4.3/621
The The Wheatsheaf Corston - Lounge, Bar and Restaurant
Ring O Bells, Widcombe

Ring O Bells, Widcombe

Widcombe
European££££
6.0/62
Ring O Bells, Widcombe
The Raven

The Raven

City Centre
European££££
The Raven
Franks Restaurant

Franks Restaurant

Cheddar
European££££
Franks Restaurant
The Old Mill - Portishead

The Old Mill - Portishead

Town Centre
European££££
3.8/637
The Old Mill - Portishead

Churchill Inn

Churchill
European££££
6.0/61
Churchill Inn

The New Moon

Fishponds
European££££
5.7/63
The New Moon

The Ship Inn

Bristol City Centre
European££££
5.0/65
The Ship Inn

The Walnut Tree

City Centre
European££££
1.0/61
The Walnut Tree

The Old Tavern

Fishponds
European££££
The Old Tavern

The Stoke Inn

Bristol City Centre
European££££
The Stoke Inn
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    Some ordering suggestions for Bristol's European restaurants

    Many of the European restaurants in Bristol feature freshly caught seafood. Spanish tapas eateries serve moreish sharing plates of squid rings, king prawns and the like, as well as authentic paella teamed with succulent scallops. Likewise, the town's Italian chefs rustle up a delicious shellfish pasta or catch of the day baked in fragrant herbs. Meanwhile, if your tastes run to turf not surf, then you might be drawn to a starter of kebabs or meatballs followed by a juicy leg of lamb cooked in red wine and rosemary.