Places to eat comfort food in Bristol
Comfort food equals soul food
As the chilly weather kicks in, we turn to comfort food to warm ourselves up. What could be better than tucking into something hearty on a cold evening? Whether you're after a burger, fish and chips or a big bowl of cheesy pasta, there’s soul food for everyone at Cabot Circus – it’s guaranteed to satisfy your cravings.
Winner, winner chicken dinner. Hit the cosy jackpot with the classic Japanese Katsu Chicken Curry from Wagamama at Cabot Circus. It’s a crispy breaded deep-fried chicken cutlet slathered with silky luxurious curry sauce served over a bed of fluffy rice. Offering crunch, spice and sauce, this is food that’ll keep you going all winter long.
Wagamama's Japanese Katsu Chicken Curry
All American burger
One look at TGI’s The Warrior burger and it just screams comfort. Double stacked prime beef patties, grilled cheese and bacon in a toasted bun? Say no more. Give in to that all-American goodness and prepare to roll your eyes back in bliss. Or why not try something a little different but equally as indulgent with the Limited Edition Lobster Surf n Turf burger, which is on offer until November 22nd. A word of warning, though: bring napkins.
TGI Fridays' The Warrior
Classic Italian dishes
Carb-loading is the perfect prescription for cold weather. Feast your eyes on the Carluccio’s pasta menu at Cabot Circus – it’ll keep you warm and bring pure joy to your mouths. Do as the Italians do and order the lasagne. Slurp up satisfying handmade pasta drenched in cheese, rich ragu and smooth béchamel sauce. Bella!
Say bonjour to your new winter-freeze saviours and embrace some of the finest slow-cooked French food out there. Savour the tender Boeuf Bourguignon stew from Brasserie Blanc at Cabot Circus. It’s been stewed for hours in a rich braise of thickened wine, stock and aromatics. Traditional Greek food
If slow-cooked lamb and fresh seafood are the key to your heart, then head to The Real Greek at Cabot Circus and order the aromatic Lamb Kefte (mince and marinated lamb with Anatolian spices). But, wait, no Greek dinner would be right without meze, so before you even think about tucking into your kefte, make sure start with classic Dolmades or Gigandes Plaki.