This contemporary-style restaurant, in the unlikely place as a former police station, is decorated with glass, wood and steel, and right on the waters edge.
On the ground floor, is a café/tapas bar - open throughout the day. Upstairs is an informal, but serious, dining room with good river views.
Upstairs, the kitchen offers the likes of ' Cauliflower and Smoked Garlic Soup with Parsley Cream'; 'Chicken Liver and Foie Gras Parfait, Mulled Wine Jelly and Toast'; 'Carpaccio of Venison Fillet with Rocket and Truffle Oil' and 'Gratin of Crab, with Girolle Mushrooms 'Thermidor' and Gruyere' as starters.
Perhaps 'Roast Rib of Beef, glazed Root Vegetables and Port Jus'; 'Fillet of Sea Bass with Fennel Confit, Olives, Tomatoes and Vanilla Vinaigrette' or 'Risotto of Pumpkin, Chestnuts and Sage' among the mains.
Finish with the likes of 'Rich Chocolate and Griottine Cherry Tart with Chantilly Cream'; 'Poached Pears in Red Wine with Bay Leaf Ice Cream'; or English Farmhouse Cheese. If the weather's good, try to book a balcony table.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: all week, Mon-Sat 12.00-14.30 Sun 12.00-15.00; set L Mon-Fri from £12.75 (2 courses), ££15.50 (3 courses); set L Sun £17 (2 courses) to £21 (3 courses); mains about £16 to £20. Bar and Brunch menu's are also offe
- Dinner: Mon-Thurs 18.00-22.30, Fri & Sat 18.00-22.00; mains about £16 to £20
- Seats: 120, plus 25 outside
- Wine: an interesting wine list kicks off at around £17 and covers the world
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but not lavatory
- Nearest station: Bristol Temple Mead Rail
- Directions: on the dock side of central Bristol, phone for precise directions, or see the map on this page.
- Parking: Street Parking, pay and display
- Closed: D Sun, 24th & 25th Dec, 1st Jan
- Outside eating