Fishminster Seafood

Fishminster Seafood


0.5 miles
267 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1JN
A new way of enjoying that great British classic, traditional fish and chips, is coming to Bedminster.

Fishminster at 267 North Street is opening after a massive refurbishment, providing Bedminster and its surrounding area with a quality local chippy and restaurant. You can enjoy your fish of choice in the relaxed surroundings of the restaurant, or take your meal home to indulge in front of the telly. Everything here is prepared on the premises, from the beautiful batter to the freshly cut chips and the delicious sauces too - so top-quality results are always assured.

Fishminster - fittingly located where, in years gone by, a fishmonger stood - will also be providing a wet-fish counter for the shoppers of North Street. With the help of recipes created by the head chef, customers can create fantastic fresh fish dishes to wow their friends at a dinner party or for the family to enjoy. In a time when environmental awareness is at the forefront of many food-lovers' minds, Fishminster endeavours to source their fish responsibly from sustainable sources. So, with a guilt-free conscience and deliciousness in your belly, your memories of Fishminster are sure to take you back there again and again.

If seafood isn't your thing, then why not visit sister restaurants Rucola in Clifton or Ceiturica in Southville for a taste of something different.
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