Enjoy michelin-starred dining at Casamia


Splash out on a romantic Michelin-starred meal with wonderful waterfront views.

Bristol is home to many award-winning restaurants, with three Michelin-starred venues and counting. One of them, Casamia, has recently relocated from Westbury on Trym on the outskirts of Bristol to a more central spot on the Harbourside. Close to top attractions such as Brunel’s ss Great Britain, M Shed, At-Bristol Science Centre and Arnolfini art gallery, it still enjoys a tranquil waterside vibe. Perfect for a special treat for two. And whilst the restaurant’s views have changed, its ethos certainly hasn’t: the menu and décor continue to shift harmoniously with the seasons.

As you sit watching boats bobbing gently on the water, tasting ingenious set menu creations, you’ll soon understand why the self-taught brothers behind the restaurant - Jonray and Pete Sanchez-Iglesias - were called ‘two little geniuses’ by Gordon Ramsay. And look out for two new Sanchez Brothers openings this year, also in stylish development The General: Pi Shop, a sourdough pizzeria, and Paco Tapas, a bustling Spanish restaurant to serve as an homage to their dad who started Casamia back in 1999.

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The Pony and Trap pub garden with Chew Valley viewsCreative fine dining at Casamia on Bristol Harbourside © Casamia
The Pony and TrapWinter decor at Casamia © Casamia
Inside Casamia's new waterfront home at The General © Casamia

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