By
Ariana Díaz Celma

Bristol Bar brings a little bit of this south-eastern English city to Madrid. At Bristol Bar you’ll find and elegant and very British decoration, a menu with the region’s traditional food and a wide offer of wines and gins.

As soon as you enter, you find out what the specialty of the house is a glass cabinet that displays more than 60 different brand of Gin. They have all been selected among the best in the world by English enologist Elli Baker. If you feel overwhelmed and find it difficult to make up your mind, she will explain to you the peculiarities of each of them and even the different types of tonics if you prefer a delicious, refreshing gin tonic.

There’s a restaurant at the back, but booking a table in advance is recommended. If you are patient, though, you can wait while having a glass of English wine on the house. The menu is varied and features typical dishes from Spain and England as well as modern cuisine. We recommend Shrimp-stuffed salmon with cream cheese, Braised beef and field mushrooms in a rich Guiness gravy with a puff pastry lid, Quail medallions accompanied by a cava reduction and brandy figs, and for dessert Brown / White Chocolate Strawberries. In a restaurant such as this one, having a drink after your meal is unavoidable, and the best option for us is a G’Vigne or a Whitley Neill served in a big glass.

They serve a lunch menu and a meal à la carte is about 40 Euros per person. And if you get up late on Saturday and you consider it is too late for breakfast and too early for lunch, drop by Bristol Bar and enjoy their brunch menu.

Each month they choose a specific brand to become ‘Gin of the Month’, which they serve in a very original fashion Mon-Wed from between 17:00 and 19:00.

Bristol Bar brings a little bit of this south-eastern English city to Madrid. At Bristol Bar you’ll find and elegant and very British decoration, a menu with the region’s traditional food and a wide offer of wines and gins.

As soon as you enter, you find out what the specialty of the house is ?a glass cabinet displays more than 60 different brand of Gin. They have all been selected among the best in the world by English enologist Elli Baker. If you feel overwhelmed and find it difficult to make up your mind, she will explain to you the peculiarities of each of them and even the different types of tonics if you prefer a delicious, refreshing gin tonic.

There’s a restaurant at the back, but booking a table in advance is recommended. If you are patient, though, you can wait while having a glass of English wine on the house. The menu is varied and features typical dishes from Spain and England as well as modern cuisine. We recommend Shrimp-stuffed salmon with cream cheese, Braised beef and field mushrooms in a rich Guiness gravy with a puff pastry lid, Quail medallions accompanied by a cava reduction and brandy figs, and for dessert Brown / White Chocolate Strawberries. In a restaurant such as this one, having a drink after your meal is unavoidable, and the best option for us is a G’Vigne or a Whitley Neill served in a big glass.

They serve a lunch menu and a meal à la carte is about 40 Euros per person. And if you get up late on Saturday and you consider it is too late for breakfast and too early for lunch, drop by Bristol Bar and enjoy their brunch menu.

Each month they choose a specific brand to become ‘Gin of the Month’, which they serve in a very original fashion Mon-Wed from between 17:00 and 19:00.

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  • Address: C/Almirante, 20 Barcelona