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Cafes in Bristol

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Cool new cafés are the best places to stumble upon in a city – and Bristol is full of them. Every corner is adorned with cafés where you can grab a little respite from the thrust of everyday life, or cosy up with a friend or a book. Whenever life feels a little too much, you can always bank on the unique ambiance of a café to give you the solace to get you back to full strength. The brews and brownies obviously help, too. From belly-busting breakfasts to delicate afternoon teas, we’ve got the best café vouchers in Bristol right here.

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Afternoon Tea for Two at Patisserie Valerie, Multiple Locations (Up to 26% Off)
Patisserie Valerie Afternoon Tea for Two
Multiple Locations 4.9 km
£25.00 from £19.00
(2465)
24% discount_off
Premium High Tea (from £14.95) With Champagne (£24.95) For Two at Finest Blend (50% Off)
Premium High Tea For Two
Town Centre 18.0 km
£29.95 from £14.95
(132)
50% discount_off
Scones and Hot Drink for One, Two or Four at Maison Chaplais (Up to 51% Off)
Scones and Hot Drink
Cheltenham 37.3 km
£8.10 from £4.00
(79)
50% discount_off
Homemade American Style Pancakes for Up to Four at Maison Chaplais (55% Off)
American Style Pancakes
Cheltenham 37.3 km
£8.95 from £4.00
(79)
55% discount_off
Two- or Three-Course Meal for Two at Café Rouge, Nationwide (Up to 54% Off)
Café Rouge: Two-Course Meal for Two
Multiple Locations 4.9 km
£44.80 from £21.95
(761)
51% discount_off
Two-Course Italian Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Cafe Primo (Up to 41% Off)
Two-Course Italian Meal for Two
Bristol 1.0 km
£36.90 from £21.95
(90)
40% discount_off
Choice of Breakfast with Bottomless Tea or Coffee for Up to Four at Mula Lounge and Cafe (Up to 64% Off)
Breakfast with Tea or Coffee
Bristol 1.6 km
£13.99 from £6.00
(2)
57% discount_off
Afternoon Tea with Sparkling Wine for Two, Four or Six at Marco Pierre White Bardolino Bristol (Up to 33% Off)
Afternoon Tea with Sparkling Wine
Congresbury 10.5 km
£36.00 from £25.00
(159)
30% discount_off
Traditional or Sparkling Afternoon Tea for Two or Four at Jolly Sailor (Up to 51% Off)
Traditional Afternoon Tea for Two
Saltford 7.3 km
£35.00 from £16.95
(174)
51% discount_off
Afternoon Tea for Two or Four at DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol (32% Off)
Afternoon Tea for Two
Bristol 6.3 km
£25.90 from £17.50
(147)
32% discount_off
Afternoon Tea with Optional Prosecco for Two or Four at Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre (Up to 31% Off)
Afternoon Tea
Garden Inn Bristol 0.6 km
£35.90 from £24.95
(96)
30% discount_off
Afternoon Tea for Two or Four at Patisserie La Reine (50% Off)
Afternoon Tea for Two
Bristol 0.3 km
£29.95 from £14.95
(18)
50% discount_off
Classic or Prosecco Afternoon Tea for Two or Four at the Last Word Clifton (Up to 45% Off)
Afternoon Tea for Two
Bristol 0.9 km
£35.00 from £19.00
(33)
45% discount_off
Cream Tea for Two or Four at Patisserie La Reine (Up to 39% Off)
Cream Tea for Two
Bristol 0.3 km
£7.40 from £5.00
(18)
32% discount_off
Afternoon Tea for Two or Four at The Oakhouse Hotel & Restaurant (54% Off)
Afternoon Tea for Two
Axbridge 15.0 km
£45.90 from £21.00
(7)
54% discount_off
High Tea with Optional Glass of Prosecco for Two or Four at The Bear Inn (Up to 46% Off)
High Tea for Two
Gloucestershire 28.4 km
£35.00 from £19.00
(228)
45% discount_off
Premium Champagne Afternoon Tea at The Crazy Bear £26.50 (50% Off)
Premium Champagne Afternoon Tea
Multiple Locations
£53.45 from £26.50
(1152)
50% discount_off
Coffee with Sweet Treat for One or Two at Patisserie La Reine (Up to 42% Off)
Coffee with Sweet Treat
Bristol 0.3 km
£6.09 from £3.95
(18)
35% discount_off
Two-Course Asian Meal with Optional Cocktail for Two or Four at Aluna (Up to 58% Off)
Two-Course Asian Meal for Two
Bristol 0.2 km
£43.80 from £21.50
(64)
50% discount_off
Main Course, Drink and £5 Playing Chip for Two or Four at Genting Casino Bristol (Up to 69% Off)
Meal, Drink and £5 Chip for Two
Bristol 0.5 km
£35.40 from £14.00
(35)
60% discount_off
Main and Side Vegan Meal for Two or Four at Pipal Tree (Up to 50% Off)
Main and Side Vegan Meal for Two
Bristol 1.6 km
£25.20 from £12.50
(7)
50% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Side for Two or Four at Swagatam Authentic Indian Restaurant (Up to 43% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Side
Bristol 1.7 km
£39.70 from £24.00
(5)
39% discount_off
Steak Dinner with Glass of Wine for Two or Four at No. 4. Clifton Village (Up to 53% Off)
Steak with Glass of Wine for Two
Bristol 1.0 km
£47.00 from £21.95
(39)
53% discount_off
Four-Course Lunch for Two or Four at 4500 Miles to Delhi, Bristol (Up to 79% Off)
Four-Course Lunch for Two
4500 miles to Delhi 0.1 km
£113.50 from £22.95
(133)
79% discount_off
Two-Course Meal for Two or Four at The Crown Inn & Guest House (Up to 51% Off)
Two-Course Meal for Two
Bristol 4.7 km
£37.40 from £18.00
(31)
51% discount_off
Two-Course Caribbean Meal for Two or Four at Roger Moore's Caribbean Cuisine (Up to 66% Off)
Two-Course Caribbean Meal for Two
Bristol 3.2 km
£36.00 from £12.00
(6)
66% discount_off
12 Meze for Two or 24 Meze for Four with Drink Each at The Godfather (Up to 47% Off)
12 Meze with Drink for Two
Bristol 0.5 km
£36.39 from £19.00
(5)
47% discount_off

Cafés in Bristol: things to know before you go

Bristol is one of the most bohemian cities in the UK and has a food culture to match. Its cafés, bars and restaurants boast an eclectic mix of delicacies to try. Here’s your guide to cafés near you in Bristol.

Where can I get the best afternoon tea in Bristol?

The perfect indulgent treat, afternoon tea gives you the chance to scoff away the day in style. With so many great places for afternoon tea in and around Bristol, you’re spoilt for choice – but these are two of the best.

  • The Hilton Garden Inn. Nestled among the cafés of Bristol city centre is something a little different. This plush hotel overlooks the 17th-century Temple Church and Gardens and serves an exquisite afternoon tea. It’s one of the few cafés you’ll visit that has an informal dress code, so make sure you wear your Sunday best when visiting.
  • Winford Manor Hotel. Set in seven acres of beautiful countryside on the outskirts of Bristol, this one’s well worth making the journey for. The building itself is a 17th-century manor house, and if you squint you could easily convince yourself you’re sipping your tea in a scene straight out of a Jane Austen novel. They serve a range of sweet and savoury options and it all comes with a choice of prosecco or wine. Happy days.

Which café in Bristol serves the best breakfast?

Filling up on a big breakfast is one of the best ways to start the day before ambling through the city’s bustling shopping centre and roaming the Georgian streets. Here are three of the best cafés in Bristol to grab breakfast or brunch.

  • Blue Pig Cafe is a real local favourite. Stop in a few times on your way to work and you’ll soon get to know the regulars. Located on Colston Avenue, it serves loads of different breakfast sandwiches – helping you get your day off to a cracking start.
  • The Crepe and Coffee Cabin is an eccentric little spot that claims to be the world’s smallest coffee cabin. Don’t count on being able to eat in, but do count on getting a delicious pancake for your trouble.
  • Boston Tea Party just half way down Park Street you’ll discover what’s truly one of the best cafés in Bristol city centre. A lovely little sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the city, it even boasts a hidden tiered garden.

Which coffee maker makes the best tasting coffee?

Coffee aficionados will argue this one out for hours, but we’ll go ahead and assume that you don’t want to go ahead and spend a fortune on a good quality espresso maker and give you two suggestions.

  • Cafeteria. This relies on two of the three key components when it comes to making good coffee – time and heat. By leaving it to stand for five minutes or so, you give your cafetiere time to extract as much coffee from the grounds as possible before separating them with the plunge.
  • Aeropress. This is perhaps the most versatile coffee maker on the market. It mimics an espresso machine in that it pressurises your coffee to ensure the grounds are exposed to as much hot water as possible during the process. The aeropress can be used to make espresso, cappuccinos, and thick java in the style of a cafetiere.

What's the difference between brownies and blondies?

Brownies and blondies are two sides of the same delicious coin. Both should be a little dense and more-ishly chewy. Where a brownie’s base flavour is chocolate, a blondie’s is vanilla. Both are arguably at their best when they’re freshly baked and taste divine with a cup of your finest tea, head to one of the city’s many bakeries to sample both.