Presenting a modern take on the European Grand Café, Klosterhaus brings a feast for the senses – featuring mittel-European cuisine – to Bristol’s 18th Century Friary Building, located at Cabot Circus, the city’s premier shopping destination. It is also the first D&D restaurant to launch in the South West.
Set in the historical Quaker’s Meeting House built in 1747, Klosterhaus serves its mittel-European menu all day – from morning coffees, leisurely lunches, casual dinners, brunch on weekends, to complete celebratory dinners, in a luxurious interior designed by the award-winning DesignLSM.
Working with local suppliers, Klosterhaus’ menu encompasses everything from well-loved schnitzel and comforting strudel dishes, to lesser-known culinary delights. An abundance of vegetarian and vegan options will also take centre stage.
The bar is available for casual dining at lunch, with light bites and cocktails in the evenings. Set as the centrepiece of the restaurant’s ground floor, the bar offers a carefully curated selection of German beer from legendary brewer Rothaus. The Klosterhaus sommelier’s wine list promises an interesting and varied selection to accompany the dishes on the menu.
The restaurant’s outside terrace evokes the feel of the modern continental café and groups wanting to celebrate special events will find a number of beautiful historic rooms to suit most occasions.
Des Gunewardena, Chairman and CEO of D&D London, commented: “The opening of Klosterhaus in Bristol is our first venture in the South West and we hope we can add something special to Bristol’s vibrancy and great food scene. We hope we deliver not only a beautiful restaurant but one where everybody feels welcome a meeting place for good food, wine, beers and great atmosphere”.