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The best steak restaurants in Bristol

Oct 20, 2021
The best steak restaurants in Bristol


For many people, a prime cut of steak is the only option on the menu when eating out, while for others it simply wouldn’t be a special occasion without a nice piece of beef to enjoy. Whether you live in the heart of Bristol, in a northern suburb such as Patchway or south of the centre in Filwood, the city is blessed with a brilliant selection of steak restaurants. Join us as we set out to discover the very best steakhouses Bristol has on offer.

The Cowshed

Located in Clifton and hugely popular among those living in neighbouring areas such as Redland and Bishopston, the Cowshed is next door to its very own butcher along Whiteladies Road, Ruby and White. From early bird offers to monstrous T-bones for sharing, there’s so much to love about this steakhouse.


Regularly rated among the best steak restaurants in Bristol by reviewers and previous guests, Pasture is known for its theatrical flourishes and tailor-made offerings. You can specify exactly how big you want your prime cut to be, while this city centre haunt is also popular for its live music and downstairs bar.


Less than half a mile away from Pasture, this quirky prohibition-themed eatery has become one of Bristol’s best-loved restaurants since opening in 2018. Expect a fully-immersive experience, quality ingredients and perfectly cooked steak, all for a reasonable price.

The Ox

Another local favourite with a central location along Corn Street, the Ox is housed in an underground bank vault. Along with the handsome decor, this lends the restaurant a unique atmosphere, while there’s an excellent cocktail menu to work your way through, alongside a great wine list to pair with your steak.

Steak of the Art

If you’re searching for somewhere a little funky to eat in Bristol, the best steak restaurants include the pun-lover’s Steak of the Art. The design is modern and snazzy, while even the furniture is more akin to works of art rather than somewhere simply to sit and eat. While the food is beautifully presented and expertly cooked steaks make their way out of the kitchen, you can enjoy the art gallery – an eclectic mix of architecture, sculptures and art-inspired fabrics.

Bristol is a fantastic place to live for anyone who loves a good steak. If you’re looking for a new home in this part of the country, don’t miss our exciting developments such as Ladden Garden Village and Parish Brook.