Klosterhaus 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.

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.

The restaurant’s German name 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.