Lido Spa & Restaurant

Lido Spa & Restaurant located at Oakfield Pl, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2BJ, UK

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Glass-fronted poolside restaurant overlooking members’-only open-air pool in Victorian building. · Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

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Nick Sargent

4 Google Rating

We went for a 3 course lunch. Starter of peach and tomato salad was delicious. The Iberico pork star

4/ 5

We went for a 3 course lunch. Starter of peach and tomato salad was delicious. The Iberico pork starter was also very tasty. For mains a vegetarian mezze was colourful and delicious but lacked a good, homemade, GF bread to mop up the hunmous. The chicken was obviously high quality amd tasted good, although I was left hungry from a small portion. The ice cream desserts were really good, especially the PX and raisin ice cream. Overall very good but really needs to get some decent GF bread, not the horrid white uvela (home-made or decent wholesale are much better).

Robert Barton

4 Google Rating

Nice atmosphere and ideal place to send the wife or girlfriend for a spa treatment. I think the pool

4/ 5

Nice atmosphere and ideal place to send the wife or girlfriend for a spa treatment. I think the pool might be members only. But the cafe on the side of the pool area is brilliant and lovely and relaxing. Its light bites downside and upstairs is restaurant. Lovely fresh food and always well cooked.

Harriet Soderberg

5 Google Rating

I've been living in Clifton since January 2019 and regularly visit the Lido, rain on shine, for coff

5/ 5

I've been living in Clifton since January 2019 and regularly visit the Lido, rain on shine, for coffee or wine (depending on the time of day) to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere and lovely service. It's my go to place to bring friends and family visiting from out of town. I'm also on the wait list for membership - totally worth waiting for! This place is a haven. I'm leaving a review today because of the outstanding experience I had this morning. I have two friends visiting from London - one of these friends has had her 30th birthday holiday, hen do and wedding cancelled by the Covid crisis and my other friend and I are desperate to treat her to something special. Alex at the Lido went out of her way to ensure that this would be possible and absolutely made my day with her kindness, thoughtfulness and hospitality. We are all so excited to be visiting the Lido together. Thank you Alex. You're a rare gem and I hope you have a fab weekend in the sunshine!

Barnaby James

5 Google Rating

Booked in for a Wednesday evening and the food and service were both outstanding. Attentive without

5/ 5

Booked in for a Wednesday evening and the food and service were both outstanding. Attentive without being overbearing. The Mediterranean and North African influences made for a very interesting menu. Expensive but absolutely worth every penny for a lovely experience and great meal.

Amanda Edmondson

5 Google Rating

Traditionally the service in the lido bar has been poor (perhaps even famous for how bad it can be f

5/ 5

Traditionally the service in the lido bar has been poor (perhaps even famous for how bad it can be for such a great place). However, I ended up there on a date yesterday, and the staff were magical. I think they had their suspicions that we were on an internet date and maybe even were rooting for us - we arrived about 6 and our table was reserved from 7.30 - however, I'm not sure why, but at some point one member of staff who had been very charming and attentive, moved the reservation sign and very warmly said that we no longer needed to worry about moving off by 7.30. We ended up not leaving until several hours later! Thanks to the Lido staff who were working last night for adding to what was an excellent first date.

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  • Sunday09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Monday08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Tuesday08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • wednesday08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Thursday08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Friday08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Saturday08:30 AM - 09:00 PM

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