Glassboat has been appeasing the epicureans and gastronomes of Bristol for over twenty-five years. Situated on the floating harbour, with picturesque views of the city, not many venues can boast the fine aesthetics of this one-of-a-kind restaurant. What’s important, though, is the food. Overseen by head chef Charlie Hurrell, the Glassboat has a local reputation for its fine-dining approach, locally-sourced and quality ingredients, and flashes of inspiration. If you’re yet to visit, the forthcoming Game Birds and Burgundy night may be the perfect time to inaugurate yourself.
Taking place on September 20 at 19:30, Glassboat promises a night of gastronomic delight, the centrepiece of which is a three-course supper, highlighted by a selection roast game birds. And whether you’re a regular diner, or yet to experience what Glassboat has to offer, this will be a memorable night of fare and festivity for all.
Tickets are available now for £50. Do contact the restaurant on 0117 929 0704 or email@example.com for further details.
£50 per person, including all wine
2011 Petit Chablis, Olivier Tricon
THREE COURSE SUPPER
ZANDER, crayfish sauce
2008 Montagny 1er Cru Les Coeres, Dme Bernollin
ROAST GAME BIRDS, cepes, bacon
2010 Chorey les Beaune, Dme Maillard
A SELECTION OF FRENCH CHEESES
2009 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Chateau de la Charriere
CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES , coffee