Wednesday & Thursday 5pm-11pm
Friday and Saturday 11am-12am
- 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.
Coped very well with our food intolerances. Well presented good food. Service was informal and friendly but a little slow on a busy evening.
We are both experienced and fussy diners. Unable to find fault. Excellent value for money. Brilliant.
Fantastic food, service and atmosphere. Will be recommending to everyone. Thank you for a lovely evening!
Really great Christmas meal for foodies. Wines were stunning!
Really lovely meal and wine. Thank you all
Amazing food with friendly & efficient service. Average decor. Could do with a heavy curtain to stop cold air coming in via the main door every time it's opened (a lot). And maybe a more curated music selection would help the atmos a lot.
Everything was fantastic.
What a great party night - Sicilian food and wine - fantastic!
Do not think twice about going for dinner - Definitely go ! They have nailed the balance between fine food and relaxed atmosphere.
Myself and my husband had a very relaxed and enjoyable lunch time meal. The service was quick but enough time to allow us to enjoy a few hours away from everything. The food was delicious and we would definitely recommend No Man's Grace and return again soon. Thank you very much.
It's a shame that we were the only people there on a Friday lunchtime. We were also disappointed that the excellent value lunch offer was no longer available. That said, the food was excellent.
Fantastic food (and beer/wine), terrific service and good value for money. What more could you ask for in a restaurant?
Lovely evening, friendly staff , attentive but not intrusive.
Service was great and we couldn't fault the food!
Superb food and wines
It would be good to have comfier chairs and we had a slightly wobbly table. Food was excellent, lovely atmosphere. Will definitely come again. Would give 4.5 stars if I could
Wonderful food and excellent service
The limited number of options enabled the chef to concentrate on quality. We still had no difficulty in selecting appealing dishes from a short menu. The service was friendly and efficient.
Excellent food and drink and delightful staff. Only thing I'd change is the music which was too loud and featured some terrible 80s hits.
We had a lovely time on Friday. Excellent food - as always - and lovely wine (the Hungarian Tokay was a revelation). Just one tiny irritation: the draught from the door (it was closed), was uncomfortable. Anything you can do about that?
Food was delicious but it was a little overpriced.
First time eating here. Service was the best I've experienced in Bristol. Tasting menu - 6 courses. First 3 were all outstanding as were both desserts. Main course was underwhelming compared to the extremely high standards set by the others (shame). Decent bottle of wine. Will definitely come again.
A lovely meal, thank you.
Amazing care from the staff and each dish was perfect, an a amazing night all in all.