7th Sep 2011

Bristol is a major communication and entertainment center in the southern part of England. In fact, it is the largest town in this part of England. The Bristol Maritime Museum and Maritime Heritage Center are some of the local attractions popular among the tourists. The town has lots of historical significance because it used to be an important entertainment in the past as it is now. You will be able to watch some of the best dramas being performed in the theaters in Bristol. Live concerts are a part of the cultural dominance of this city. The town welcomes tourists with open arms and the best of fine dining in entire England. Bristol is home to some of the finest restaurants in UK.

Bordeaux Quay is the epicenter of gastronomic delights in Bristol. This is arguably the most eco-friendly restaurant complex in Britain. The dining space is spacious and provides a fantastic view of the harbor. The food served here are prepared from organic produce and hence they are absolutely healthy along with being delicious. The recipes are heavily influenced by European recipes. The menu changes daily providing irresistible variety to the guests. In fact, you will get anything from Italian Chanterelle Risotto to French Onion Soup in here. Private dining facilities are also provided.

The Rockfish Grill prepares the most awesome fish recipes in Bristol. The restaurant is owned by the famed Mitch Tonks who is a chef and food critic promises fresh and delicious fish preparations for the guests. Their menus change daily and no one dish is repeated. Among all the fish delicacies, fish cooked over charcoal fire is their specialty which you cannot afford to miss. Enjoy the food in a fantastic ambiance and choose your favorite wines from their exhaustive wine list. The most delicious dish prepared at Rockfish Grill is the one with Scallops Roasted in shell with garlic, white port, gurnard cooked over butter, leeks, and fennel.

Casamia is another popular and famous restaurant in Bristol bringing the flavors of Italy to the town. This is a family run restaurant providing traditional Italian food to the guests. Due to their quality of food and service they have received Michelin Star. They have separate lunch and dinner menus which range from coastal herbs, scrambled duck egg, Loch Duart Salmon, Winter Savory, cured pig, Amalfi Lemon Sorbet and Roasted Lamb with pinenuts, parsley and carrots.

Culinaria is another fine restaurant in UK. It serves sumptuous Mediterranean fare to the guests. Try 'Ste. Menehoud' (slow braised then fried in breadcrumbs) with sauce tartare and George Perry Smithís salmon in pastry, currants & ginger with sorrel sauce and Elizabeth Davidís breast of lamb. The restaurant also offers takeaway facilities.