…this highly regarded music venue now has the food to match with a Café Bar that’s a destination in its own right…A genuine oasis of calm in the heart of the city’ **** – Mark Taylor, Bristol Post / Bristol Live
Housed in the ground floor of our stunning pavilion-style extension, our Café serves a delicious locally sourced menu for breakfast and lunches coupled with home-made cakes and Triple Co Coffee for deserts. Herbs and flowers for the meals are picked fresh that day from our beautiful gardens.
Monday – Friday 8.30m-6pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Breakfast Opening – 12pm | Lunch 12pm – 3pm | Coffee and Cake 3pm – 6pm
If you’d like to reserve a table please email email@example.com with the number of guests, date and booking time period. Please note opening times may vary due to private hire events, please check our website for the latest details
Toasted English muffin, local dry cure ham, poached eggs, Hollandaise, smoked paprika (V option available) 8.5
Avocado on Toast
Grilled sourdough, avocado, lime, coriander, tomato salsa, roasted garlic and chilli sauce, crispy onion and fresh herbs from our garden (V) 9
Smoked Bacon Sandwich
Grilled sourdough, crispy smoked bacon, dressed rocket, chipotle mayo, and crispy chorizo 8.5
House made granola, fresh fruit, almonds, house made jam, choice of soya/Greek yoghurt (V) (VG option available) 5
Toasted breakfast wrap
Chef’s choice, seasonal fillings including meat with (V) & (VG) options available on request
Eggs Benedict (as above)
Sausage and White Bean Casserole
Hickory smoked pork and leek sausage made especially for St George’s by Walter Rose & Son Butchers, white bean and chorizo stew, toasted foccacia, fresh herbs 8
Pumpkin and Pickled Ewe’s Cheese Tart
Crispy filo pastry case, pumpkin mash, charred pumpkin, pickled British ewe’s cheese, fresh green side salad (V) 8.5
Triple roast potato, pickled, roasted and puréed carrots, kale, mushroom jus (V, VG, GF) 9
Spiced parsnip risotto
Spiced parsnip purée, roasted parsnip, Parmesan crisp, fresh goat’s cheese (V option available) 7.5
Cheese and Chive Toastie
Chive béchamel sauce, seeded sourdough, smoked cheddar, Parmesan (V option available) 7.5
Local dry cured ham, cornichons, salted butter, winter greens, fresh baguette 7
Cheese and Pickle
Homemade seasonal chutney, local Cheddar, winter greens (V) 6
Our cake display is located at the front of the Cafe, we rotate our flavours quite regularly so we recommend you take a look at our current selection or ask any member of staff to help.
Brownie 3 | Blondie 3 | Vegan flapjack 3.2 | Vegetable cake 3.5 | Fruit cake 3.5
Food with Music
If you’re visiting us for a concert you can pre-order your evening food platters when booking your tickets with the box office, or online, in advance of your visit. These orders are only available up to 48hours ahead of the concert day. We also have a soup of the day available during the evenings pre-concert.
Evening Pre-Concert Food
Please note these need to be pre-ordered online or via our Box Office, no later than 48 hours in advance of the concert or event
Vegetarian option a range of delicious seasonal dips and crisps, freshly prepared in our kitchen 7.50 for one / 12 for two
Meat option as above and includes a selection of cured meats
Soup of the day
Available on the night or available vie pre-booking
Seasonal soup of the day 5.50
All our produce is locally and responsibly sourced wherever possible. Please ask our Café Bar staff for further information including allergens and ingredients. A full list of allergens used in our dishes is available upon request. Our chefs will be happy to accommodate your needs wherever possible.
…this highly regarded music venue now has the food to match with a Café Bar that’s a destination in its own right…
A genuine oasis of calm in the heart of the city…
…the diners around me seemed to be equally smitten…now it’s the turn of chef Oakan Brousse to grab the spotlight.
**** – Mark Taylor, Bristol Post / Bristol Live
Seeing Hearing Tasting
Food Events – launching Sat 5 Oct 2019
Seeing Hearing Tasting is a series based in our café to give a behind-the-scenes peak into the mouth-watering world of our resident food and drink experts.
Coffee cupping – First Saturday of each month.
5 October, 3 November, 7 December
11am drop-in (Free entry)
Join award winning house barista Aaron Carter and special guest speakers to sample beans from around the world, learn about the roasting process and discover the rich variety of tastes and aromas in a speciality cup of coffee.
Garden-to-plate masterclass – Second Saturday of each month.
12 October, 9 November, 14 December
11.30am – 3.00pm (£20* per ticket, plus booking fee max 10)
Meet our inspirational young chef Oakan Brousse who will guide you through the preparation of a delicious light lunch and pastry inspired by foraged herbs and flowers from our gardens.
Concrete farmers market – Last Saturday of each month.
26 October, 30 November
10am – 3pm (free entry)
Browse a sumptuous array of produce as we open our doors to local suppliers. Expect delicious cheeses, chutneys, fresh vegetables and more whilst learning about the products from the source
For more info please click HERE
The bar serves a thoughtfully selected range of wines, spirits, beers and soft drinks, as well as hot drinks and bar snacks – enjoy a relaxed drink before a concert, or meet up with friends during the interval.
The bar is normally open one and a half hours before the performance start times and during the interval.
To avoid queuing in the interval we recommend you order your interval drinks before the concert and they will be arranged for you. You can now do this when booking your tickets with the box office, or online, in advance of your visit.
See our Wine Menu HERE
See our Beers & Spirits Menu HERE
See our Cocktail Menu HERE
St George’s Bristol is a no smoking building throughout, smoking is permitted in the garden, please use the bin provided to extinguish cigarettes and keep our grounds litter free.