We are open tues-sat 18:00-22:30 with last orders taken at 21:00
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Dietary Needs Catered For
- Buffets, Business Meetings, Functions catered for
- Gluten Free Available
- Event Space
- Dogs Welcome
About Ceres coffee
Ceres coffee has made its mark in Bristol as a modern melbourne inspired brunch spot and we have recieved local and critical acclaim for our speciality coffee and colourful daytime dishes. We have now opened our new exciting venture Ceres suppers, allowing our team of passionate career chefs to really explore their inspirations , getting creative with seasonal local produce and providing a unique dining experience you won’t find anywhere else. As the evening creeps in we dim the lights, adorn the scaff plank tables with candles and get to work. The menu: an ever changing array of beautifully plated food brought to your table by the chefs themselves as you enjoy the bubbling backdrop of Stokes crofts exhuberant night life.
Fantastic menu, service, flavour, execution, ambiance and generally just a top drawer establishment for eating fine dine casual. BYO is awesome! Prices are very reasonable.
The meals certainly lived up to our expectations - innovative flavours and very well presented. Although our initial impression of the mains was that the portion size was small - but actually they were perfectly proportioned as the flavours and tastes were strong, so they had it just right really. The staff were clearly working very hard that night, but remained cheerful and personable, which was great to see. Some constructive feedback I would give is that perhaps have the lights not dimmed so much - it would have been easier to see the lovely food presentation on our tables, and probably also gives just that bit more light to the street to indicate that Ceres is a happening place inside in the evening as well. It is very hard for a restaurant to judge its footfall for the evening to ensure their food stores can manage. But it was sad to see them have to turn away diners, when they are so small in the first place, as too many of the options on the menu could no longer be supported as the evening wore on. Hopefully this will balance out as they move forward to be more sustainable.