If you love brunching… then you’ve come to the right place! We’ve collated our top 5 places to have breakfast and brunch in Bristol. #Spoileralert who knows… some of these might be a few of our Foodiependent partners!
P.S. make sure you scroll all the way down to the bottom to see the brunch shots… don’t blame us if you get hungry though!!
1. Tinto Lounge – Gloucester Road, Bristol
Based on the famous Gloucester Road, the independent café Tinto lounge is located on a corner spot with big windows – a perfect place to stop by for a long lazy breakfast and watch the world go by!
They serve brunch all day and have a huge selection of brunch options! Our favourite is the Diner brunch (buttermilk pancakes with smoked streaky bacon, maple syrup, barbecue beans, mini hash browns and two fried eggs).
2. The Bristolian – Broad Street, Bristol
The Bristolian is an independent bistro tucked away in the historic Picton street (steps away from busy Stokes Croft!). They have a gorgeous front garden full of beautiful plants, brilliant on a sunny day to perch in!
Their menu isn’t huge, but definitely famous for serving up a delicious full-on English breakfast. If you’re hungry… definitely give The Bristolian Challenge a go!
3. Primrose Café – Gloucester Road, Bristol
Primrose Café is a classy independent coffee shop that is tucked away at the end of a small, bustling cul de sac in Clifton Village. On a sunny day, this coffee shop gets super busy as it is completely sun-trapped!
They have a large brunch menu and our favourite is definitely ye-old classic, Eggs Benedict!
4. Ironworks Supply Co – Broad Street, Bristol
Ironworks Supply Co is a very cool and hipster independent coffee shop that is situated on Broad Street. If you love your pancakes… well, you MUST go to this place.
You can ‘make-your-own’ pancake here, which is pretty heavenly for a pancake lover. You get the choice of 2 different fillings, and of course if you are greedy like us, you can choose to add extras on top as well!
We’d probably say get the bacon, banana, maple syrup, and ice cream combo. Seriously! Thank us after!
5. The Lock Up – Church Road, Bristol
Lock Up is a family-run independent restaurant nestled in East Bristol that has a comforting and rustic atmosphere.
No, it isn’t a coffee shop and they only serve brunch on Saturdays, however, their not-so-classic choices such as BLT & chips, MLT & chips, and black pudding hash are definitely worth the trip!