Wednesday & Thursday 5pm-11pm
Friday and Saturday 11am-12am
Wednesday & Thursday 5pm-11pm
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
About No Man's Grace
No Man’s Grace on Chandos Road, Cotham is a restaurant & bar co-founded by John Watson and Julu Irvine whose shared passions for food and drink is reflected in the simple elegance of the small plates and the concise but unusual choices of wines, cocktails and bottled beers. In the restaurant we provide fine dining in an informal context; the team here provide a laid back, communal style of eating coupled with easygoing service in a familiar environment.
Soup and souffle at lunch were excellent.
Fantastic food, drinks, atmosphere and service at No Man’s Grace! We just tried everything and went for it. The waiter suggested some wonderful dessert wines that I hadn’t had before and I thought the portions were just right to actually allow you to enjoy all courses and drinks comfortably. Perfect evening, thank you!
The food was absolutely delicious – really special. Our waiter was lovely, friendly and very generous in giving us lots of wines to try before we settled on an absolutely delicious Pinot Noir. A really lovely experience – thanks
Very pleasant with good food
Amazing service and staff. Perfect Sunday Roast!
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The food was fabulous, really interesting options and flavours. The staff were also superb and chatted to us about what the restaurant used to be and Keith Floyd. Well worth a visit and we will certainly be back.
Fabulous evening, food was perfect, good choice of wine. Service was great, there was no rush to get us off the table, it was chilled, relaxed and we will definitely be back.
really enjoyed our first visit and hope to be back soon. We have already recommended to others. The food was fantastic and the restaurant was relaxed, friendly and great service - thank you
We had a great meal, my only issue is the 12% service charge that was added to the bill. I was ready to add more but was put off by the assumption.
Lovely Sunday roast. We tried three puddings and all were delicious. Dining room is light and airy and there is a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
Would definitely eat here again and recommend to friends
Another excellent Sunday lunch the service and quality of food is outstanding well worth the journey from Bromsgrove see you again soon
We thoroughly enjoyed our evening at No Man's Grace. The staff took the time to ensure that everything was just right for us. The wine pairings were a superb addition to the food. 3 hours very well spent.
So glad we managed to have dinner here during our short stay in bristol. The meal was fantastic, the aperitif & wine was also great, and the staff made us feel very welcome. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend!!
One word says it all - Fantastic!
we really enjoyed our lunch, especially the blood orange soufflé. we will definitely be back
First visit and will not be my last. Friendly ad professional staff an excellent service.
Saturday's taster menu was bang on the money - seasonal, incredibly well cooked and bags of flavour. Couldn't fault any dish at all. Service was decent on a busy night - slightly too long a wait between 1st and 2nd dishes (as much our fault as we were properly hungry when we got there).
First time visit with friends, went for dinner Thursday , hopefully next time there will be more customers to buzz up the atmosphere a bit , but the food was really excellent, and service friendly, helpful and informative. We'll be back!
The food was amazing, and great value, for a very sociable lunch. Highly recommended.
We had a great meal last night. Food was wonderful between us we tasted almost everything on the menu some of it was shared between us but actually it was too good to share! Service was also good attentive but not intrusive. We are lucky to have somewhere so original and great to eat at in Bristol, long live independent restaurants. Thank you
My wife and I very much enjoyed our first time at No Man's Grace. As it was a Saturday night, we had the five course fixed menu. Every course was delicious - well cooked and well presented - with a good and interesting choice of wines, including an English fizz, which my wife enjoyed as an aperitif (one small point - please could you have a wider choice of beers, as whilst there was a good selection of craft ales, we are not all hipsters!). The service was superb - attentive (without becoming intrusive) and accommodating my wife's preference for cheese (which is usually an additional course), instead of desert. I of course had both cheese and desert! We will be back.
5* all round. A fabulous meal as always.
Just a truly amazing place for a leisurely lunch! The best restaurant in Bristol!