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.
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!
I like to add my own gratuity and object to 12.5% being added to the bill
Great lunch. Good value for exception food!
My two daughters enjoyed their first experience of No Man’s Grace. A lovely meal and lots of smiles.
Went midweek and the 3 courses for £28 was excellent value. Delicious chicken dish and the salted caramel ice cream was so good
Staff are very friendly and relaxed. The Sunday beef roast was fantastic - my favourite in Bristol - and the wine selection is good. Sadly the starters are very small (a single scallop looked a bit sad).
Brilliant meal - beautifully cooked with subtle flavours. All courses excellent but special mention for the Celeriac Soup and the Skrei Cod - ooh and the Prune and Armagnac Souffle. Good selection of aperitifs - enjoyed the homemade rhubarb gin with blood orange. The restaurant is simple and relaxed and the price very reasonable at £28 for three courses. Perhaps could offer some side dishes ??? although we were given delicious extras on the night.
Excellent Sunday lunch. The souffle is always excellent and the best roast potatoes in Bristol.
Lovely meal. All the courses we great. Thank you
Another great meal - yet to have a bad dish here and been four times.
Would go again. Hidden gem
Fabulous as always.
Highly recommended! :)
Great meal and service, made my Mother's day complete. Souffle was absolutely heavenly! Wish I lived closer but will be sure to visit when in Bristol!
Great food and service. Please add the ability to specify kids when booking online as I felt bad that I booked for 5 but only 4 of us ate but need the space for a high chair
Great tasting menu.
Great night and great service. Tasting menu. Cheese course was a bit of an excuse for a cheese board. Not good value. Didn’t taste of anything. Wine could be colder. Overall was very good though and felt special.
Really lovely food, nice wine, friendly staff, great evening.
Host very welcoming, with excellent knowledge of wines, with suggestions on which to have with our selected dishes. Particularly enjoyed the chocolate brownie for desert!
Exceptional flavours and attention to detail. A really lovely meal. Every offering - from the cheese bread appetizers to the apple brandy - was a delight.
Lovely meal. Felt very well looked after.