National Trust

BOOK BRISTOL HOTELS

Featured Destination

September 2014: The Forest of Bowland

Is it sad that so few Britons know the Forest of Bowland, or great for those of us who do? Bowland covers a huge area, ...More
More Uk destinations

Restaurants in Bristol

Ha! Ha! Bar and Canteen
20A Berkeley Square
Bristol
Bristol

BS8 1HP | View map

Write a review
update this listing
More info / Book a table

The coolest little hideaway in Clifton. Tucked away off Berkeley Square, Ha! Ha! is reached through a side arch leading to a beautiful garden courtyard where hip locals lounge with Belgian beers and colourful cocktails, and tuck into extra-long fish fingers and chips, and wok-tossed fettuccine with chunks of chorizo and chicken. Inside is a dramatic canteen and bar painted in raspberry, cocoa and vanilla ice-cream colours off-set by funky light fittings, big mirrors and comfy leather furnishings. There are several little spaces were you can relax alone or with a lover. Weekends see the place buzzing with foxy boys and girls of all ages flirting with the exceptionally friendly staff.

Facilities

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Seasonal Dishes
Booking Advised
Local Taxis
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year

More Restaurants nearby

Old India (0.07 miles)

Mazati Lebanese Cuisine (0.12 miles)

Riverside (0.13 miles)

Lords Restaurant (0.13 miles)

Aqua Restaurant & Bar (0.18 miles)

Today's best hotels deals

This page viewed on 1,105 occasions since 11th September 2006

Brit Quote:
They offered me a handshake of 10,000 to settle amicably. I told them that they would have to be a lot more amicable than that. - Tommy Docherty
More Quotes

On this day:
Edgar the Peaceable Unites English Kingdoms - 0959, World's first railway inaugurated - 1604, First edition of the News of the World - 1843, First British Cable Car Opens - 1894, Kipling publishes Kim - 1901, Lawrence of Arabia Takes Damascus - 1918, 1st McDonalds opens in London - 1974, Toxteth Riots - 1985, Durham Pioneers Congestion Charge - 2002
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages