Combining all of the charm of the traditional British pub with the exquisite fare associated with a fine dining experience, The Princes Motto provides one and all with a fine spot from which to eat out in Bristol. The venue can offer up a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere to all that cross the threshold and it makes for a wonderful setting for spending quality time with loved ones, regardless of whether they’re locals or are merely visiting in the middle of a day of exploration.
Priding themselves on their fabulous service as well as their scrumptious fare, The Princes Motto is sure to be one of the best Bristol restaurants for many a diner. The passionate and creative chefs at the establishment have worked with the friendly wait team to deliver a meal that is sure to be enjoyable from start to finish.
There is a wealth of traditional British delicacies that have been known to feature alongside the odd international style delight on a menu fit for many a taste and appetite. Particularly enticing examples of those known to be found in the selection have been seen in a divine roast pork belly number, a glorious seared rainbow trout dish and a delectable collection of mushroom, cashew & tarragon sausages.
Eating out in Bristol is made all the better by The Princes Motto and tastecard, the dining club allowing their members to incur some superb restaurant discounts when they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival. Such marvellous Bristol restaurant deals allow them the perfect excuse to sample that little bit extra, such as a further beverage and an additional course, which can only enhance the visit for all involved.
Being a tastecard restaurant partner means that great savings are available at The Princes Motto. Anyone looking for a fantastic repast in the countryside should definitely pay them a visit.
Please Note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the tastecard restaurant discounts. The tastecard restaurant discounts are not available on celebration days including, but not limited to: Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.