0.5 miles
45 Jamaica Street, Bristol, BS2 8JP

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Named 2016’s Sustainable Restaurant of the Year, Poco has become a Bristol legend. Poco is a stand-out in Bristol’s booming food scene, best known for their seasonally changing British tapas menu and multiple-award-winning sustainable business practices. Set on the corner of Jamaica Street in the shadow of Banksy’s famous Mild Mild West mural, Poco is one of the city’s best spots for people watching, with windows facing Bristol’s legendary artistic quarter, Stokes Croft. A central open kitchen fills the restaurant with irresistible smells that spark curiosity.

The kitchen showcases the very best of what the Somerset hedgerows and pastures, and the Dorset coastline, offer seasonally. You’ll fi nd that well-loved classics like labneh with za’atar and Saddleback pork belly with lemon and fennel never stray far from the menu, while the bulk of the dishes echo the changing seasons. Dishes are big on flavour and designed to be shared. Brunches and lunches are hearty and draw inspiration from creative New York establishments. Sourdough toast is laden with organic eggs, and salads are fresh, vibrant and colourful. Cocktails comprise homemade and foraged infusions, and the wine list boasts delicious and affordable house wines, as well as natural, organic, and English options. Add good friends, passionate staff and the warmest service, and you have one of the city’s most atmospheric dining experiences. The team’s dedication to sustainability is showcased in its green manifesto, which can be found on the website.

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