There's plenty to tempt your taste buds at Wapping Wharf with an eclectic mix of independent bars, restaurants and cafes all in one thriving destination.
* As the current situation is ever evolving, we would ask that you check on the websites or social media feeds of the individual Wapping Wharf retailers for updates on their businesses.
An affordable, casual dining Indian concept with a “small plate” and “large plate” sharing menu
Better Food sells the very best organic, local and ethically-sourced food.
A 14-seat restaurant - with kitchen table - showcasing seasonal modern British cooking.
Proper West Country Pies
A taste of the Caribbean and Middle Eastern street food wraps
Sister restaurant to Bristol favourite, Bravas, Cargo Cantina is a taco bar inspired by the cantinas of Mexico City
Gambas serves authentic Spanish-inspired tapas, with a focus on fresh fish and seafood, ice cold beers & refreshing aperitivos.
A vibrant venue, offering cocktail, fizz & great food to share between friends and family.
Persian and Middle Eastern flavours through honest, wholesome, taste driven food with a unique twist
Espresso bar by day. Craft beer, organic wine and coffee cocktails in the evening.
Mokoko cares about making coffee an enjoyable experience for everyone.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu that will open your eyes to the delights of all things porky!
Handmade sourdough pizza
Artisan gelato chefs and chocolatiers
Small plate restaurant from the team at Eat Drink Bristol Fashion that celebrates veg and serves meat on the side.
Proper fish and chips with the best view of Bristol’s iconic harbourside
A tiny restaurant with big adventure serving intensely pleasurable burgers, fries and lemonades.
Tasty food cooked with skill and care with regularly changing dishes
Ethical bakery supplying freshly baked bread, pastries and cakes with a focus on deliciousness, seasonality and also gluten free and vegan yumminess.
Greek street food
Wild Beer Co aims to change people's perceptions on what beer is, how it is made and how it can taste.
Fresh Asian dishes cooked with some serious wok skills
Serving ramen and yakitori skewers cooked over charcoal on a traditional robata grill
Casual Japanese style drinks and small plates inspired by the Izakaya bars of Tokyo