Close to Park Street in Bristol is The White Horse and Griffin, which has been well known in Edinburgh from the 1860's as a much-loved watering hole for the writers, journalists and artists of this city and as a casual place to eat very well for a decent price.
Whilst the clientele has moved with the times the convivial atmosphere and tradition of generous hospitality still remains. Today the menu looks boldly into pioneering modern dishes from home and abroad while still offering a discerning selection of classic favourites, all freshly made on the day from local ingredients.
The lunch and dinner menus offer a selection of Meat, Game, Seafood and Vegetarian Dishes as well as stunning Desserts, all made on the premises.
The individually priced lunch and dinner menus are accompanied with a wine list which is imaginative, balanced, well priced and full of surprises. The wine list also features some excellent bin end bargains.
Visitors can also explore a broad range of whiskies, ales and lagers in the bistro's wine bar or join in the authentic Bristol pub atmosphere in The White Horse and Griffin, the cheery pub downstairs which also offers tasty Bar Meals and Snacks.
The pub is a family business set in an attractive hostelry in Bristol dating back to the early 19th Century. Hospitality has remained paramount across the intervening years and a quiet informality still lends the Doric its delightful intimate atmosphere.