Setting Bristolian’s tongues wagging is the city’s top rated Gastropub, the Kenny. Cosy, communal and creative is the best way to sum up this proper British local. This hidden gem can be found tucked away in the heart of Redland dishing up some of the finest food this city has to offer. Think elevated fish and chips and salt marsh slow cooked shoulder of lamb - traditional pub grub brought into the 21st century. Their seasonal produce is all sourced locally, carefully prepared and beautifully cooked. The menus are designed by head chef Luke Hawkins and Josh Eggleton, and their specials boards are constantly changing with delicious seasonal dishes, filled with fresh produce sourced from the South West. After grabbing a Michelin Plate they also received a stellar review from the Guardian’s food critic, Grace Dent. Pub grub doesn’t get any better than this.