From street food to specialist coffee – and everything in between – Wapping Wharf offers a huge range of options for food and drink 'on the go'.
* Please be aware of road closures on Cumberland Road from 20 November – 15 December 2017. Carriageway resurfacing work will take place Monday to Fridays at night, starting from 7pm. Visit Travelwest for more details. Businesses at Wapping Wharf will be open during their usual trading hours.
A bottle shop bringing you the highest quality craft beer from here, there and everywhere.
Bertha's is a friendly neighbourhood restaurant serving simple, affordable and delicious pizzas
Better Food sells the very best organic, local and ethically-sourced food
Nutritional, freshly-prepared fruit and vegetable juices and smoothies
A taste of the Caribbean and Middle Eastern street food wraps
Vibrant Indian street food. Fresh, aromatic, seasonal vegetarian and vegan dishes
Espresso bar by day. Craft beer, organic wine and coffee cocktails in the evening.
Award-winning pies, handmade in Bristol using local ingredients
An ethical butcher specialising in high welfare, tasty local meat
Mokoko cares about making coffee an enjoyable experience for everyone
Artisan gelato chefs and chocolatiers
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu that will open your eyes to the delights of all things porky!
Handmade sourdough pizza
Proper fish and chips with the best view of Bristol’s iconic harbourside
An affordable, casual dining Indian concept with a “small plate” and “large plate” sharing menu
Squeezed is a tiny restaurant with big adventure serving intensely pleasurable burgers, fries and lemonades.
Ethical bakery supplying freshly baked bread, pastries and cakes with a focus on deliciousness, seasonality and also gluten free and vegan yumminess.
Bristol's first dedicated salt beef bar, serving locally sourced hot salt beef sandwiches
Wild Beer Co aims to change people's perceptions on what beer is, how it is made and how it can taste