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About: Casual with plenty of lazy dishes, Aqua spoils its diners with delectable in-house made pastries and classic brunch plates. Enjoy a glass of Prosecco or a Bellini before tucking into Eggs Benedict, Homemade Pancakes with Blueberries and Maple Syrup or a traditional Full English Breakfast. Available Saturdays from 12pm to 3pm, you can enjoy two courses and free flowing prosecco or Bellinis for £25 per person! book here.
Address: 88 Walcot Street, Bath, BA1 5BD
Telephone: 01225 471 371
About: The brunch menu at The Pump Room has a little something for everyone. The most extravagant of which is a luxurious Champagne Breakfast. For £17.50 diners can enjoy a chilled glass of Cuvée Brut, Scottish smoked salmon, two poached eggs and hollandaise sauce on a lightly toasted muffin.
Address: Roman Baths, Stall St, Bath, Avon BA1 1LZ
Telephone: 01225 444477
About: This delicious cafe serves scrumptious treats for a late breakfast or an early lunch and offers a varitey of foods until 4pm. Some of the delicious dishes are; Home baked beans with Westcombe cheddar on gorgeous, golden sourdough bread, Smashed avocado, pan fried halloumi with yogurt and chili flakes, Ham Hock Hash, Valley hot smocked salmon with scrambled eggs on toast, spiced pork & butter bean casserole, Smashed avocado with bacon and poached eggs.
Address: Walcot Street, Old Orchard, Bath, BA1 5BG
Telephone: 01225 314938
About: If you like your surroundings to be as appetising as your food, The Roman Baths Kitchen is the perfect brunch spot for you. This contemporary restaurant offers the perfect place to refuel, relax and indulge in the centre of Bath. The morning menu is served from 8.30am until 12 noon and includes all of your brunch favourites.
Address: Abbey Churchyard, Bath, BA1 1LY
Telephone: 01225 477877
About: 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, some muesli with Greek yoghurt should hit the spot.
Address: 10a Queen Street, Bath, BA1 1HE
Telephone: 01225 448673
About: You can enjoy a bacon sandwich or a stack of pancakes anywhere in Bath, but Bill's breakfast/brunch menu features all of your favourite dishes with a delicious twist. Whether you're meeting up with friends, celebrating a special occasion or you're simply after a romantic location for brunch for two, Bill's is the place to be.
Address: 7-8 Cheap Street, Bath, BA1 1NE
Telephone: 01225 424262
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)
Every millennial loves a good brunch and it gets even better when you've got the right wine to go along with it. Brunch usually involves delicious poached eggs or creamy avocado but can go as versatile as a sausage sarnie or cheese and chilli jam French toast. So in the spirit of versatility, here's four wines that go with everything brunch related:
The truly wonderful Biblia Chora Ovilos Barrel-Fermented Assyrtiko/Semillon from Kavala, Greece, is the top premium option for your brunch adventure. It's also a gorgeous bottle and golden 'o' logo, so will make a great impression on those Insta shoots. Rich and bursting with grapefruit, it'll bring out the truffle on your eggs or the creamy butter in your French toast.
The equally pricey but nonetheless memorable is the Painted Wolf Pictus V from South Africa, which is inspired by the best white wines of the Rhone Valley. It's buttery and mouth-watering with a beautifully-designed watercolour of the African wild dog on the front. Painted Wolf works to support the conservation of these endangered dogs, so it's also a wine with a great cause!
If you fancy something a little less expensive then the versatile Thiasos Red PGI , also from Greece, is medium bodied and bursting with redcurrants. Light enough to go with your Eggs Florentine with enough ripe and fruity flavour to complement a chilli jam.
The classic pairing with any brunch, however, is a sparkling wine. Prosecco can be a little sweet, so for us the Bolney Estate Classic Cuvee from Sussex is the number one choice. Toasty, fruity and sublime with scrambled eggs on toast.