User rating 

2 reviews
49 Broad Street,

(0117) 925 2520

Horts Information

Horts City Tavern is somewhere to relax and unwind and enjoy the extensive menu that is on offer. All food is made from local and fresh produce and is presented appetisingly.

Opening Hours
Daily 11:00-23:00
Food Times
Mon-Fri 12:00-15:00 & 17:00-21:00
Sat 12:00-21:00
Sun 12:00-18:00
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
Under £10 per person
Food Info
Set Lunch Menu
Drink Info
Beer from £3.00 per bottle
Wine from £11.25 per bottle
Live Ents
Karaoke on Thursday nights from 20:00
Tribute acts on the first Saturday of the month from 20:00
Large Screen showing sports events, Pool Tables, Games Machines, Football Tables, Dart Board, WiFi, 3D TV, Sky Sports
Children welcome - Sun-Thu until 20:00
Fri-Sat until 18:00
Outdoor Area
Outdoor covered and heated smoking area available
Delta imageMaestro imageMastercard imageVisa image
Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets

Horts User reviews

Add your own review for Horts
Sort By:
User icon
StarNo StarNo StarNo StarNo Star
Reviewer Doug1690
My colleagues and I visited Horts last Friday 14th December and found that the drinks prices had mysteriously increased....again - a Perroni cost and eye-watering £4.35. Whilst overcharging customers is one thing, treating them as an inconvenience is quite another. As a large group we required some additional seats which we politely asked if we could take from one of a number of unoccupied tables - this was declined as "another group would be using them in half an hour" - 90 minutes later the group had not arrived and we were aksed to move from our seats altogether. Myself & my collegaues were regulars at Horts - we will be frequenting The Slug & Lettuce from now on - shameful behaviour from the bar staff have cost this business dearly.
User icon
StarStarStarNo StarNo Star
Reviewer Anonymous
The views contained in these user reviews are not endorsed by ViewBristol in any way and are provided by users who wish to publish their independent views of the respective establishment.

Turn up the heat at


Tampopo offers a mouth watering selection of Pan Asian dishes.

Latest Restaurants User Reviews

  • Tamarind
    Never in my life have I walked out of a restaurant without orderi...

    Tinytuck24 on 03/11/2014 @ 02:04
  • Blue Juice
    The best place to eat in Bristol by a long chalk. Sadly it is clo...

    amandamitchison on 22/09/2014 @ 10:43
  • Golden Dragon
    This restaurant has now been replaced with a takeaway, we went th...

    Coalpitdave on 17/08/2014 @ 08:25
  • Pizza Hut
    Pizza hut cribbs causeway is amazing! I disagree with the other c...

    Katy101 on 01/08/2014 @ 01:56
  • Raddys Restaurant
    16 of us Came here after a recommendation from the golf club we w...

    Guiseppe on 10/07/2014 @ 11:14