Gloucester Restaurants, our guide to the best places to eat out in Gloucester including in the city, centre, docks and Quays. there are options for some good local food as well as many international food options.
@aboutglos guide to meals out in Gloucester. We hope to help you choose the best eatery to suit your tastes. Maybe you are…
- Looking for a nice tasty or healthy lunch.
- A posh restaurant for a special occasion or date.
- A quiet traditional pub.
- Vegetarian or vegan meals.
- Some international cuisine.
- Brunch or breakfast.
- Or something a bit different
- Special Offers For Glos Restaurants
- Fancy eating out at a pet-friendly establishment.
Gloucester Restaurants Including The Docks & Quays. Since the Quays development, the whole area around Gloucester Docks has become more vibrant and has created its own night-time economy. There are new bars, pubs and restaurants for you to visit and enjoy some nice food with friends or a civilised drink with friends or colleagues.
A Mediterranean restaurant serving Spanish, Lebanese and Syrian food with a beautiful view of the waterfront. The Med is located in The Vinings Warehouse in Gloucester Docks.
Greek on the Docks
This is a very nice and posh Greek restaurant on the dockside with indoor and outdoor seating. Greek on the Docks, serve some very good quality authentic and traditional food. They have a great wine list to accompany your meal.
Tigers Eye is the first Hot Rock Grill restaurant in the city occupying the two floors of The Old Bell a listed Inn dating back to the 17th Century. They serve a selection of great foods including a variety of meats and fish served in a hot stone to finish cooking as you like it.
Located in The Quays, Bill’s is a contemporary European chain eatery that serves separate breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner menus. They have a good choice of healthy and seasonal food to choose from.
Brewhouse & Kitchen
Located on the canalside near to the docks, Brewhouse and Kitchen serve some very nice food accompanied by a diverse selection of beers.
Coal Bar & Grill
Located in the old Pillar & Lucy Warehouse in the docks, Coal is a very nice place to go out to eat. The interior is very nice to look at with exposed brickwork, timber beams and low ceilings.
Coal Bar & Grill love to use fresh ingredients, in their selection of grills, pizzas, pasta and salads. They are also veggie-friendly as well as having a great cocktail menu. The restaurant specialises in barbecue food straight from the grill including chicken, steaks, rack of ribs and beef brisket. @aboutglos have enjoyed a few meals here and the food is cooked very nicely especially their steaks.
The Toby Carvery is located just outside the city, it used to be known as The Dog at Over is a family-friendly restaurant and pub located just outside the city. They specialise in serving roast dinners all day every day at their carvery.
Queens Fish Bar
Located in Longlevens just outside the city centre, Queens Fish Bar is a posh fish and chip restaurant. They serve some great quality food to eat in their nice dining room or for takeaway.
Owned and run by Masterchef semi-finalist, Kathryn Minchew, Gloucester Studio presents a new dining experience for Gloucestershire as a venue open only on alternate Friday nights and for private hire.
Located within a Kota hut a mile from Gloucester Docks, diners have the option of sitting on reindeer hides surrounding a cosy file while sampling dishes inspired by Kathryn’s global travels. http://gloucesterstudio.com/