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Breakfast in Bath
It's true what they say, breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, but with so many great breakfast options here in Bath, it can get a little tricky deciding where to go.
Looking for breakfast places in Bath? We've put together a selection of our favourite cafés and restaurants to give you a helping hand. Whether you want a delicious fresh pastry or a hearty full-English breakfast in Bath we've got it covered.
An institution among Bath's breakfast lovers, this elegant Georgian style restaurant has one of the most traditional - albeit comprehensive - breakfast menus in the city. The menu ranges from Bath-baked breakfast rolls with an assortment of fillings to luxurious Champagne breakfasts with Cornish smoked salmon and poached eggs. Book online here.
A: Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ
T: 01225 444477
The Raven is a traditional old English pub off Queen’s Square in the centre of Bath. They warmly welcome you into their cosy, cultural, historical gem of a pub to enjoy one of their breakfasts with a twist! Served between 8.30am-12pm, the menu something for everyone, from delicious pancakes to a full English (served in a Yorkshire pudding!).
A: 6-7, Queen Street, Bath, BA1 1HE
T: 01225 4250
If you like your surroundings to be as appetising as your food, The Roman Baths Kitchen is the perfect breakfast spot for you. This contemporary restaurant offers the perfect place to refuel, relax and indulge in the centre of Bath. Breakfast is served from 8.30am until 12 noon and includes all of the classics. Book online here.
A: Abbey Churchyard, Bath, BA1 1LY
T: 01225 477877
Tucked away, down a cosy cobbled street in the centre of Bath, Wild Cafe serves coffee, breakfast and brunch in a fun, friendly and sometimes wild atmosphere. Their brunch menu includes everything from eggs any-which-way (scrambled, Florentine and benedict), to oak smoked kippers. The full English breakfast costs £6.95, or if you'd prefer something a little less artery-lining, muesli, Greek yoghurt and pancakes are just some of their other options.
A: 10a Queen Street, Bath BA1 1HE
T: 01225 448673
Whether you're meeting up with colleagues, celebrating a special occasion or simply after a romantic breakfast for two, Bill's is the place to be. One of the restaurant's many charms is the fact that nearly all of its time honoured dishes are jazzed-up with unusual ingredients. Diners can choose from a selection quirky yet classic breakfast dishes including bubble and squeak, healthy breakfast boards and Cumberland sausage sandwiches. Breakfast is served daily from 8.00am until noon (1.00pm weekends).
A: 7-8 Cheap St, Bath BA1 1NE
T: 01225 424262
Bertinet Bakery & Cafe
Bertinet Bakery & Cafe offers a selection of homemade sweet and savoury pastries to eat in or take-away. During breakfast, diners can choose from a selection of loose leaf teas, each served in vintage china tea pots and cups, Bertinet bread is available to toast on each table and bowls of coffee or hot chocolate are provided to dunk breakfast pastries in.
A: 6 New Bond Street Place, Bath BA1 1BH
T: 01225 445531
The Whole Bagel
We couldn't think of a better way to kick start our day than with a delicious egg Florentine, hot bacon or smoked salmon bagel.
A: 8 Upper Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1RG
T: 01225 333259
Hall & Woodhouse
Whether you're after a humble croissant or a hearty full English, Hall & Woodhouse will be able to meet your breakfast needs. Served between 9am-11am the menu boasts a selection of fresh, early morning dishes, made with only top quality ingredients from regional food partners. Bites to eat range from muesli and bacon buttys to scrambled eggs and smoked salmon.
A: 1 Old King St, Bath, Somerset BA1 2JW
Boston Tea Party
About: Boston Tea Party are certainly doing their bit for Brunch in Bath, with two fabulous locations in the city. The cafe at Kingsmead Square is now somewhat of an institution, tucked right the edge of a busy square it's the perfect place to do some people-watching and soak in the local architecture. The second, larger cafe on Alfred Street is beautiful and spacious and has been lovingly fitted out in a charming Grade II listed building right near the city centre. Both cafes offer a selection light brunches and more indulgent big breakfast meals, so everyone is sure to find something for them!
Address: 19 Kingsmead Square, Bath, BA1 2AE and 8 Alfred Street, Bath, BA1 2QU
Telephone: 01225 314 826 (Kingsmead Sq) and 01225 425 318 (Alfred Sq)
Colonna & Smalls
If you're in need a serious caffeine fix in the mornings, Colonna & Smalls is the place for you.
A: 6 Chapel Row, Bath, UK
T: 07766 808 067
Bea's Vintage Tea Rooms
Decorated in authentic 1940s style from the dainty china tea sets and embroidered tablecloths to the ceiling lampshades, bevelled mirrors and wartime posters. Bea's offers a blissful retreat from the hustle and bustle of Bath. The breakfast menu is served from 10am - 12.30pm and offers a range of choices from West Country Porridge (made with 2 different types of oats) with clotted cream, to poached eggs on toast.
A: 6-8 Saville Row, Bath, BA1 2QP
T: 01225 464552
Smoothies, cakes and pastries - What's not to love about breakfast at Sam's Kitchen? Breakfast here is served all morning, everyday of the week and there's even a selection of daily breakfast specials to choose from on top of their extensive menu.
A: 61 Walcot St, Bath, BA1 5BN
T: 01225 481159