Spanish Restaurants in City Of Bristol
1. Paco Tapas Spanish restaurant in Bristol Lower Guinea St - BS1
Near the docks, Peter Sanchez-Iglesias’s aim is to ‘transport you to Andalusia’ (well that’s what the website says) at his casual tapas haunt (named after his dad). As a concept, it’s “absolutely spot on” and “tapas of the highest quality, with every dish a delight”, alongside a decent list of wines and sherries. “Try to get a seat at the counter for top banter with the chefs and great views as they toss stuff into the open fire”.
2. Bravas Mediterranean restaurant in Bristol 7 Cotham Hill - BS6
Fans “love this place” – a softly-lit tapas joint, in Cotham Hill, which has made a name for its “small plates and Spanish sandwiches done right”; if there’s a caveat it’s that “too many covers squashed into a tiny space” can spell noise and a “rapid turnover”. Owners Kieran & Imogen Waite – also behind Bakers & Co (Gloucester Road) and Cargo Cantina/Gambas (Wapping Wharf) – launched new Mexican eatery, Masa + Mescal, in Stokes Croft, in March 2019.
3. Bar 44 Spanish restaurant in Bristol 18 - 20 Regent Street - BS8
“Proper jamon, a good selection of small plates, and an excellent Spanish wine list with a wide range of good sherries” – “a great drinks list with something for everyone” – help inspire positive reviews on this Hispanic yearling – “a great new addition to Bristol” and the first English branch of a small minichain originating near Cardiff.
5. Gambas Spanish restaurant in Bristol Unit 15 Cargo 2, Wapping Wharf - BS1
Taking over the former site of Russell Norman’s Spuntino in Bristol’s Cargo shipping container development (also home to Box-E), a new tapas joint from husband and wife team Kieran and Imogen Waite, who also run the fantastic Bravas in Cotham Hill and Wapping Wharf’s Cargo Cantina. Good initial feedback, but too limited for a rating.
6. The Secret Cafe Spanish restaurant in Bristol St Stephen’s Church, St Stephen’s Street - BS1
A Spanish cafe in a church, run by Sevillian husband and wife Antonio Perez and Alicia Amish.
7. The 3rd Spanish restaurant in Bristol The General Building, 3 Lower Guinea Street - BS1
Apparently not busy enough with running his new restaurant in London (Decimo), Peter Sanchez-Iglesias is also opening this spot (originally planned for March 2020) on the former site of his Pi Shop (tucked between his other two restaurants, Casamia and Paco Tapas); it will have an all-day café, restaurant (with a chef's table, naturally) and a bar.
8. Spoke & Stringer Spanish restaurant in Bristol Unit 8 Clifton Down Shopping Centre - BS8
The popular Harbourside restaurant and deli added a Clifton branch in late 2019; now also open in the evening.
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