Klosterhaus, is an all-day dining restaurant, bar and events space set within the landmark 18th century grade 1 listed Quakers Friars building, a short walk from Cabot Circus.

The multifaceted space transitions throughout the day: from morning coffee, to lunches be it business or pleasure, a post-shopping light bite to weekend brunches, sophisticated dinners alongside an extensive bar offering of creative cocktails, local and German beers.

Customers will experience a glamourous restaurant spread over two floors connected by a central staircase and an island bar which is the centrepiece of the ground floor. It’s interior, designed by award-winning designers DesigmLSM will echo the Bristol-Hannover connection and feature a collection of art work reflective of early industrial imagery and rich colours of Renaissance and Old Masters Portraits.

The menu, developed by Executive Chef Bjoern Wassmuth (from D&D London’s German Gymnaisium) and Head Chef Rhys Grayson is  broad-ranging featuring some Mittel-European classics and German favourites inspired by Chef Bjoern’s German heritage.

Expect a range of dishes like the German and veal schnitzel to sharing dishes such as the Slow Roasted Creedy Carver Free Range Duck, potato dumpling, braised red cabbage. Brunch and dessert menus will offer something for everyone from the KH Breakfast of two eggs, Nürnberger sausage, cured crispy bacon, tomato and potato Rösti to traditional sweet treats Warm Apple Strudel, vanilla sauce and Milk Chocolate Gianduja Mousse, passion jam, coffee crumble and burnt milk ice cream.

To compliment, is a curated wine list featuring European wines from both familiar & lesser known producers, including a vast selection of vegan and organic names. The bar will serve a list of classics and creative cocktails alongside a varied selection of German and local premium craft beers from Bristol Beer Factory.