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Riverstation is one of Bristol's original dining-out destinations, and still leads the pack. The waterside location is hard to beat, with a view over the Floating Harbour, but it's the food that keeps the punters coming back: classic in style with a strong European flavour, from French fish soup to steak à la béarnaise .
The most coveted tables are at the far end overlooking the water, or on sunny days on the tiny terrace outside. The bar+kitchen downstairs is open for much of the day for coffee and cakes.