Klosterhaus, a restaurant in Bristol, is an all-day dining destination that 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.
Located in the iconic Grade-I listed Quakers Friars building in Bristol, Klosterhaus provides the height of entertainment and service.
The menu, developed by Executive Head Chef Bjoern Wassmuth (from D&D London’s German Gymnasium) and Head Chef Rhys Grayson is broad-ranging featuring some Mittel-European classics and German favourites inspired by chef Bjoern’s German heritage. Why not try the German twist on the classic Sunday brunch.
From a weekday lunch, weekend brunch, your Sunday roast and dinner at the restaurant, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Klosterhaus in the heart of Cabot Circus, Bristol.
The German name of the restaurant, Klosterhaus, is inspired by its historic grade 1 listed building (Quakers Friars) which was originally a Quaker meeting house. The interior has been designed by award-winning designers, Design LSM and features artwork inspired by the Bristol-Hannover connection; inventively mixing the earthy tones of early industrial imagery, with the rich colours of Renaissance and Old Masters portraits.
Our sunny terrace is the perfect location for those after work drinks, a long overdue catch up with friends or a romantic date setting.
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