The Best Steak Restaurants in Bristol

As Bristol goes into the tier 2 of coronavirus restrictions many restaurants will be throwing open their doors. If you’re looking for a lovely steak place in Bristol, here are plenty for you to choose from…

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Cowshed

When a steak cuts like butter, you know it’s a good one. Cowshed steaks are something else. Honestly probably the best steak I’ve had in Bristol. I’d suggest dining early to make the most of their early-bird deal – the finest steak for less money. Win, Win.

Steak of the Art

I had heard a lot about this place before, so when me and my girls were heading out for a meal Steak of the Art was top of the list. I ordered the fillet and it was so tasty. Luckily, I visited during the Eat Out to Help Out so I saved £10 on my meal – bargain! The quirky surroundings are pretty cool too.

Pasture

If you’re looking for a place with great atmosphere, then here is it. Pasture‘s downstairs bar sometimes has live bands playing (pre-covid times) and the restaurant is always bustling. They have a bit of a hit-and-miss ordering system, with a limited number of cuts each day – but it is a very nice swanky place for a date night.

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Miller & Carter

There are two M&C options if you are dining in Bristol – the one at Cribbs Causeway and the one near College Green. For a final meal out before lockdown 2.0, I went to to the Miller & Carter in the city centre, just steps from College Green. I didn’t get a snap of the steak because it was far too good to wait for – but here’s the lovely pre-birthday treat I got!

The Ashville Steakhouse

A real hidden gem in the city. Go behind the Aldi on North Street, navigate your way through residential streets and then you’ll discover this twee pub-like restaurant. The Ashville Steakhouse has a casual vibe but the food is top dollar. So delish!

The Ox

A cool atmosphere. Lovely wine. Incredible steak. What’s not to love? Make your way along the bustling pavements of Corn Street and head down the steps by the Wetherspoons to discover The Ox. It’s a romantically lit secret eatery (which used to be a bank vault) and it will seriously impress your dinner date.

Happy eating!

R x

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