We can’t wait until we can until we can go back to enjoying Bristol’s best restaurants - The city has some incredibly creative chefs! But right now, if you want to experience the best food in the city, you’ll have to order it to your doorstep!

If you fancy treating yourself to one of Bristol’s best takeaways this weekend, check out the list of our favourites below:


    79-81 Gloucester Road, Bishopton, Bristol • 0117 457 7888 • ££

    Born in Brighton, Purezza first opened in Bristol in late 2020 and quickly became a firm favourite on the Gloucester Road. It is a pizza restaurant with a difference – they only serve vegan dishes. Proof of Purezza’s quality is that they have quickly won awards, while their plant-based mozzarella that tastes and melts just like dairy is a must-try.

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  2. ASADO

    90 Colston Street, Bristol • 0117 927 9276 • £££

    ASADO means Barbecue in Spanish. And so at the heart of this central Bristol institution is an incredible wood-fired asado grill. The team use the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients from West Country suppliers to create burgers, scrumptious salads and seasonal specials that combine South American and British flavours.

    If you’re looking to enjoy one of the best burger’s in Bristol this weekend, why not give ASADO a try?
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  3. WOKY KO

    Unit 7, CARGO, Wapping Wharf, Bristol • 0117 403 1698 • ££

    Woky Ko is an award-winning restaurant, that focuses on introducing people to amazing Asian flavours. Their food is incredibly creative, from Korean Fried chicken to colourful rice dishes, and the fresh flavours are a great choice for a Spring weekend.

    From noodle boxes to bao buns and bento, WokyKo has outlets across central Bristol, ready to take your order.


    The Corn Exchange, Exchange Avenue, St Nicks Market • 07872 539290 • £

    Eatchu is a great find for those in the know. Having started out as a street food stall in 2016, it specialises in handmade Japanese Gyoza - delicious filled dumplings.

    These scrumptiously fresh dumplings come in a range of flavours and are served straight from their new home in the Old Mess Room at Saint Nick’s Market. You can order them hot and ready to eat, or frozen for cooking at home later. With their bitesize portions, gyoza from Eatchu are the perfect weekend sharing treat for families.

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  1. ROOT

    Unit 9, Cargo 1, Goal Ferry Steps, Wapping Wharf • 0117 930 0260 • ££££

    Root is a restaurant that celebrates vegetables. They focus on serving incredible vegetarian dishes that champion seasonal ingredients from local producers, while also offering mouth-watering meat dishes and fresh fish on the side.

    As well as offering a tempting takeaway service, the top chefs at Root are also offering ‘Root at Home’ menus. With a new selection each week inspired by the team’s food philosophy, ‘Root at Home’ offers restaurant standard food that is prepared ready for you to cook at home.

    If you want to push the boat out this weekend and enjoy delicious food from some of Bristol’s most creative chefs, you won’t go far wrong with Root.

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    Inspired by the classic American diner, Mollie’s Diner is bringing a motel, diner, drive-thru and general store to Bristol in the not-so-distant future.

    Located a stone’s throw from Brabazon, close to Cribbs Causeway, Mollie’s Diner will be offering classic family food, at a stylish and affordable venue. From all day breakfasts to American-style burgers, fries and sides, there is something for everyone, whether you’re eating in or on the go.

    Created by the team behind Soho House, the Bristol branch is just their second restaurant. And if the success of their first site near Oxford is anything to go by, it is set to become a firm family favourite.

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