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The Glass Boat - Bristol, Bristol


Not the most obvious location for a restaurant, the Glass Boat is moored in Bristol docks, with easy access from the city centre. If you are planning a daytime visit by car then it is advisable to park in the nearby NCP car park, as the parking meters are very expensive.

Style of food on offer: French, British
Price Guide: £15.01 - £30.00
Accessibility for disabled: partially accessible - toilets downstairs
Parking: Pay Parking, Public Transport Accessible
Bar Facilities: Full bar
Smoking policy: Smoking permitted

Review Summary

The Glass Boat has received 2 reviews, giving the following average ratings (out of 10 - higher is better):


The reviews can be seen in full below these details.

Address and Contact Details

Welsh Back
City Centre

Telephone: (0117) 929 0704
FAX: (0117) 929 7338
Website: Click here
Menu page: Click here
Opening Hours: mon-fri 7am-10.30pm;sat 6.30pm-midnight

Other Information

Accepted payment methods:
  American Express
  Diners' Club

Hoseasons Country Cottages

Customer Reviews for The Glass Boat - Bristol

Brill BBQ - review added on Tue 9th Jan 2007

Brilliant concept - a BBQ, on a boat, in the middle of Bristol! Service is excellent, Food fresh and plenty of it. Really good value and your glass is never allowed to run dry - my kind of place!
Overall: 9
Food: 9
Service: 9
Ambiance: 9

Recommended Dishes: Lamb Kebabs with Harissa and Cous Cous
Christmas - review added on Wed 7th Jan 2009

We waited nearly an hour for our starters to arrive by which time we had had copious amounts to drink. Whilst the food was good the portions were rather small. Overall the service was agonisingly slow.
Overall: 5
Food: 7
Service: 2
Ambiance: 7

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