The Old Fish Market sits in the heart of Bristol’s market area, and caters for both business people and large social gatherings.
The new menu includes a number of nibbles and sharing options, including Scotch egg and piccalilli (£3.95), and cod goujons and tartar sauce (£3.95).
A fish market board, with goujons, hot smoked salmon, potted prawns, mackerel and caperpaté, and rustic bread, is available for £12.50.
For mains, dishes include: Chalcroft Farm beef burger, dill pickle, gem lettuce, beef tomato, red onion, cholla bun and chips (£9.50); London Pride battered cod, tartare sauce, mushy peas, chips (£9.95); and Hampshire 35-day aged rump steak, tomato, chips and flat mushroom (£14.50).
An express menu, available at lunchtimes only, comprises a number of salads with the option of adding London Porter hot smoked salmon or grilled chicken thigh.
The menu features: chilli chicken and mozzarella flatbread (£6.50); orzo, feta, tomato, courgette, chickpea, pine nut, lemon and maple syrup dressing (£6.00); and carrot, caraway and kohl rabi slaw, almonds, apple, fennel and dill (£6.00).
Pizzas with various toppings are also on offer, including vine tomato, rosemary and torn basil (£8.50), spiced chicken, grilled peppers and mushroom (£8.95), and mushroom, artichoke and olive (£8).
Pudding options include: Paul’s chocolate brownie, Jude’s vanilla ice cream and chocolate popping candy (£4.95); and pumpkin pie with cinnamon ice cream (£4.95).
Tom Tucker, manager of the Old Fish Market, said: “The Old Fish Market is perfectly positioned in central Bristol. The atmosphere is perfect for celebrations – it’s open and sociable and our team of party architects can help take the stress out of planning.”
Tucker added: “We’ve got a great craft beer and ale selection, our wine list is full-bodied and our new menu is great either for sharing or enjoying a quick lunch or dinner.
“We are bringing a fresh approach to one of the neighbourhood’s most traditional pubs.”