Bomboloni

225 Gloucester rd bs78nr
Opening Times
Tuesday to Saturday 10am — 10pm
Sunday 10am — 4pm

££VegetarianMeatyItalianAfter Work ClubDate NightPizza

Why we love it

Wholesome, welcoming and a long time coming are a few words and phrases that can describe Bomboloni. The Griffins have finally been given the opportunity to open their own place after the chefs in the family, Dad Andrew and daughter Molly, have spent a few years doing the rounds in Bristol kitchens. Now set up on Gloucester Road they are serving homely Italian food to the Bishopston masses. You will find pizza, pasta, great wine and of course the namesake "Bomboloni", a small, light doughnut complete with various creamy fillings. Delicious!

Wriggle Highlights

  • Bomboloni's of course!
  • N’duja sausage pizza
  • Warm welcome from lovely people

““Our aim is to achieve the atmosphere of a relaxed, Italian family kitchen that provides great quality that is accessible to everyone. ””

Andrew and Molly Griffin

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5 Oct
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2 Oct
When the temperature drops to single figures, there’s nothing quite as soothing as a hot meal, preferably one that’s served in a bowl and eaten with a spoon.
31 Jul
There are very few places in Bristol that can actually lay claim to making a perfect pizza, but a very small number are genuinely the best you're going to have this side of Naples.
27 Jun
The sun is in the sky, oh why oh why would you want to be anywhere else? Slap on the factor 50 and head to one of these 20 eateries with great outdoor seating
4 Apr
We're here to slap that sad meal deal, slightly stale sandwich and smelly leftovers outta your hand and point you towards something a bit more inspiring. Come and get something that brings you joy and that important time away from your desk.
29 Mar
Great Italian food isn't all about pasta and pizza – although those are undeniably a prime attraction. Wriggle takes its magnifying glass to the Italian restaurants of Bristol, exploring the range of cuisines on offer and zooming in on favourites which are worth every penne.
15 Nov
Remember when doughnuts were about 30p, filled with jam and came in a bag from the supermarket? Or the defrosted chocolate "rings" everyone over 28 will remember from the school canteen? Things have moved on ever so slightly and things have got a little bit upmarket and artisan of late. Move over Krispy Kreme and hello to the independent bakeries frying, filling and flogging these indulgent, comforting balls of deep filled splendor.