Best Sunday lunches in Bedminster

An often asked question so we thought we'd answer this in just need to choose from this delicious selection!

The Steam Crane, Cannon Street/North Street

One of the best known and best loved craft beer bars in Bristol, The Steam Crane has been with us since 2014. They have an incredible range of beers, an amazing kitchen and pretty unique history involving courthouses, hangings and even tigers. Sunday lunch is delivered on a huge white plate with lashings of gravy. A tough one to beat. 

The Old Bookshop, North Street

The Old Bookshop is a sumptuous port-of-call for the discerning ladies and gentlemen of Bristol. Enjoy fine food and drink, an intimate musical experience and the artistic talents of our local community. All wrapped up in rooms full of antiques and curiosities. This is Sunday Lunch in a bustling and informal atmosphere delivered by the coolest bar staff in Bristol. 

The Spotted Cow, North Street

A vintage Sunday Lunch favourite in the area The Spotted Cow has been serving up stunning roasts for over a decade under its current management. Unbeatable roast chicken and seasonal veg, washed down with a mean bloody mary!

The Ashville, Leigh Street

Perfect if you like a late roast, The Ashville serves up Sunday Lunch from 12 to 7pm, with the meat options being topside of local beef, red wine braised leg of lamb, 12-hour slow-cooked pulled shoulder of pork, or nut roast. All are served with roast potatoes, a Yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables and gravy. 

The Malago, North Street

A unique, friendly and welcoming neighborhood bar and restaurant with a focus on fresh, locally sourced and quality food. The Malago is run by brother and sister duo John and Helly and as you’d expect their spectacular roasts come with all the trimmings and be sure to ask about their weekly guest meat!