Where to eat in Bath

Wednesday 04 February 2015 by Judy Farrar Bath is a city renowned for its hospitality, with an array of different cuisines on offer, from international chains to independent eateries.

We've created this guide to give you our recommendations of the best restaurants in the city.

Where to eat

Set alongside the beautiful Roman Baths, The Pump Room Restaurant is a sophisticated, classic dining experience where afternoon tea is quite a speciality– if cream teas and cakes are your thing, this is a must during your stay. You can also enjoy a 3 course meal here, plus a spa package is available in conjunction with Bath's recently opened Thermae Spa. Due to its popularity, you must book to eat here!

Hall and Woodhouse, a stunning venue situated within an old auction house, is now a traditional yet gourmet pub serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and a great selection of local beers amongst hanging chandeliers - you’ll feel as though you’re in a luxury country home!  H&W is the new talk of the town in Bath, so come along and give it a try.

The Bath Priory restaurant is located inside the hotel of the same name – a luxurious, elegant and privately owned country manor! The award winning restaurant is led by two Michelin-starred chef Michael Caines and serves mouth-watering European Cuisine with a modern twist.

For fine Indian dining like you've never seen it before, The Mint Room is the place to go! Using British ingredients and combining them with a distinct Indian style, head chef Mamrej Khan is an exciting and innovative chef who has cleverly mastered this art. Along with a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere, passionate staff and exquisite cocktails, this restaurant really is something special.

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Bath is a beautiful city with a wealth of restaurants, cafés and coffee shops around every corner and amongst quaint cobbled side streets. Located close to many shops, bars and restaurants, SACO Bath is based centrally making it the perfect relaxing retreat after a day exploring the sights of this historic city.


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