As the home of the elusive Banksy, Bristol's one of the most vibrant cities in the south west. Fortunately, its collection of amazing restaurants is much easier to find than the secretive street artist. So we've listed the best foodie hotspots for you to check out on Deliveroo.
The founders of Tuk Tuck, Alex and Quan, set out on a mission to bring authentic Asian street food flavours to Bristol. With dishes inspired by Japan and Korea, they've become local legends for their bibimbaps, handmade Gochujang hot sauce and Kimichi Fries.
OOWEE Diner might be a new kid on the block in Bristol, but it's already the second most popular independent restaurant in the city. The diner's Dirty Fries – skinny or waffle fries loaded with everything from buffalo shrimp to Marmite and cheddar – are building up a big following on social, and with waffle fries that cheesy it's easy to see why.
Flour & Ash
Seasonal toppings on an award-winning sourdough base – Flour & Ash serves up locally sourced ingredients on its wood-fired pizzas. With crusts blistered and lightly charred, these pizzas are so good they've even had Jay Rayner write nothing but nice things about them.
Good luck finding a bakery with a bigger menu than Pinkmans. Its colossal range of cakes, pizza and patisserie has earned the bakers two Bristol Good Food Awards and a shout out from The Sunday Times as one of the top 25 bakeries in the UK.
For a mammoth burger with a side of nostalgia, Atomic Burger's stacked patties are made in-house with a secret recipe, and each one is named after a different kitsch icon, like Chuck Norris and the A-Team's B.A Barracus (we pity the fool who can't finish their burger!).
The Thali Café
Bristol's got another award-winner under its belt with The Thali Café. After starting life as a street food truck at Glastonbury Festival, the chefs are now bringing thali tiffins to homes across Bristol with five venues, four of which you can find on Deliveroo.
Eat a Pitta
With Grandma Yolande's recipe for the perfect falafel in his pocket, founder Dan started Eat a Pitta in 2011, and now has three lunch spots, serving up falafel, pitta and salad pots to the hungry punters of Bristol.
If Bristol had a trophy cabinet it would have to start building a new one, with Swoon also serving up award-winning eats to the city. All of Swoon's Italian gelato is made from scratch and churned in-house daily. So far, Swoon has scooped a Great Taste award and it's about to bring gelato to ice-cream buffs in Bath.
The meat maestros at Grillstock are even the masterminds behind their own festival, also called Grillstock of course, which is a huge celebration of all things BBQ, beer and beats. But, when they're not serving up big name bands on the mainstage, they're slow-smoking ribs, brisket and burnt ends for the meat lovers of Bristol.
The Burger Joint
A veteran of Bristol's burger restaurants, The Burger Joint has opened four sites across the city. Its menu is built up of endless flavour combinations, including Wild Boar, Venison and Kangaroo, that you can customise from bun to Beer Battered Onion Rings.
Fancy trying more of Bristol's best, then check out 4500 Miles From Delhi for traditional Indian dishes, made with fresh ingredients and authentic Indian spice blends.
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