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Restaurants in Bath
There's no shortage of restaurants in Bath, and we do love eating out. We've rounded up some of our favourite places to eat out, whatever you may fancy.
About: In the restaurant, classic French cooking with a modern British twist is made with care and passion. The relaxed and informal restaurant uses locally-sourced, quality, seasonal ingredients to produce delicious dishes throughout the day. The bar and outdoor terrace is equally stylish. Warm and colourful interiors are amplified by a fun and friendly welcome from an expert team. Catch up with friends, wind down after a long day in the city or pop in for after-work drinks, it’s always a pleasure here.
Address: James Street West, Bath BA1 2DA
Telephone: 01225 418500
About: Sitting in a prime position next to the iconic Bath Abbey and opposite the elegant Pump Room, the Roman Baths Kitchen is a contemporary restaurant in Bath celebrating the very best of West Country produce. The Roman Baths Kitchen offers the perfect place to refuel, relax and indulge in the centre of Bath. Book online here.
Address: Abbey Churchyard, Bath, BA1 1LY
Telephone: 01225 477877
About: Bringing the best of Italian cuisine to Bath, Aqua boasts an impressive a la carte menu featuring a number of Italian classics. Housed in a beautifully restored church house, the venue is equipped with a theatrical main dining area, gallery, alfresco courtyard and other more private dining areas. Book here.
Address: Walcot Street, Bath, BA1 5BD
Telephone: 01225 471 371
Cuisine: Modern European
About: Overlooking the leafy and secluded gardens of The Royal Crescent - The Dower House Restaurant remains one of Bath’s best-kept secrets. The elegant yet historic spaces of The Royal Crescent Hotel make it the ideal choice for a range of culinary experiences, from Afternoon Tea, to a morning coffee or glass of Champagne in the evening. Make a reservation here.
Address: 16 Royal Crescent, Bath, BA1 2LS
Telephone: 01225 823333
About: You won't find a more authentic taste of Thai street food outside of Bangkok! Thaikhun - pronounced "tycoon" - is run by passionate people committed to serving proper Thai food with all the service you'd expect from the Land of Smiles. Full of bric-a-brac from all over Thailand, the restaurant has a fantastic atmosphere for an informal meal out. Book online here.
Address: Little SouthGate, Bath, BA1 1AQ
Telephone: 07773 211000
About: The charming French-style bistro offers a variety of rich and delicious dishes to indulge in. You’ll be treated to a range of fish and meat dishes, with vegetarian options available, as well as the ‘dish of the day.’ Favourites include fresh market fish, and a classic sirloin steak cooked with a choice of sauces. The diverse range of dishes ensure that there is something to suit every occasions, whether it’s a light lunch or hearty evening meal.
Address: Walcot Street, Bath, BA1 5BJ
Telephone: 01225 463411
About: The Pump Room guarantees a delightful dining experience serving top quality, British cuisine with an imaginative modern twist. Most famous for its sumptuous afternoon tea, the venue presents one of Bath’s most elegant backdrops in which to enjoy excellent food. Book online here.
Address: Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ
Telephone: 01225 444477
About: Green Park Brasserie is an award winning restaurant and bar set in Bath's old Green Park railway station. This stunning venue offers al fresco drinking and dining, live music four nights a week and fantastic locally sourced food in a relaxed setting.
Address: Green Park Brasserie, Bath, BA1 1JB W
Telephone: 01225 338565
About: Occupying a stylishly designed four-storey Georgian Townhouse in the heart of Bath, The Porter is different on every level - offering a place where you can eat, drink, work and play. Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, Clayton’s Kitchen is the culinary home to The Porter’s resident chef Rob Clayton.
Address: 15a George Street, Bath, BA1 2EN
Telephone: 01225 585 100
Cuisine: Italian and Mediterranean
About: Whether is a family-style get together or a romantic candlelit meal for two, Pulteney Bridge Restaurant is a charming restaurant serving authentic Italian and Mediterranean food. The homemade food is lovingly prepared and served beautifully. There is also an extensive wine list available for you to work your way through. Book online here.
Address: 5 Argyle Street, Bath, BA2 4BA
Telephone: 01225 444499
About: The Chequers is a gastro pub in the heart of Bath offering superb food, fine wines and real Bath ales. All of their food is home cooked using the best local produce.
Address: 50 Rivers Street, Bath, BA1 2QA
Hall & Woodhouse
Cuisine: British & European
About: Hall & Woodhouse offer a menu full of fresh, seasonal dishes, made with only top quality ingredients from regional food partners, award-winning Badger cask ales and lagers from around the world.
Address: 1 Old King St, Bath, Somerset BA1 2JW
About: Great food, wonderful wines and warm hospitality await at Allium. Headed up by Executive Chef, Chris Staines, Allium offers a menu of classic dishes alongside the more experimental using all of Chris’s Michelin star creative talents. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Address: 1 North Parade, Bath, BA1 1LF
Telephone: 01225 461603