Braunstone Gate in Leicester is one of the city’s most popular stretches for drinkers and diners. With every establishment you could ever wish for lining the streets (think pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes) finding somewhere to hang out is incredibly easy – all you need to do is take a stroll down the street and see what takes your fancy.
A must visit venue on Braunstone Gate is The Gate Bistro. The Gate Bistro provides guests with a sophisticated yet relaxed space in which to enjoy a few drinks with friends or a spectacular meal. Whatever the occasion, The Gate Bistro consistently steps up to the plate and delivers perfection.
With a simple philosophy that food should be great, made with free-range, sustainable and locally-sourced ingredients and reasonably priced, you will be hard-pressed to find a single dish on the menu that does not deliver all three of these elements. With the a la carte boasting hearty dishes such as free-range Warwickshire pork baby back ribs glazed with a BBQ sauce and served with hand cut chips and coleslaw, and slow-braised Shropshire lamb shank served with leek and bacon mash and a tomato, red wine and rosemary sauce as well as delicious sharing platters and a range of desserts that will have even the smallest sweet tooth cracking a smile, you can’t go wrong when deciding to dine at The Gate Bistro. Even the breakfasts are gourmet standard with their full English boasting free-range sausages, smoked bacon, black pudding, mushroom, tomato, sautéed potatoes, eggs done the way you like them, beans and white or granary toast.
If you haven’t visited The Gate Bistro before then we highly recommend that you get a table booked so you can see for yourself what all the fuss is about. If you’d like to read more about the venue as well as viewing their current menu and photos of the interior, simply follow the link to The Gate Bistro in Leicester. You’ll also find some fantastic Go dine exclusive offers that you won’t find anywhere else. If you fancy seeing what else is on offer in Leicester, why not browse all of our restaurants in Leicester instead?