Affordable Restaurants: Cheap Eats In Bath

Lookin' to fill your belly without emptying your wallet? While Bath's charming Roman streets are adorned with quaint tearooms and historic landmarks, this pretty town is also home to a burgeoning dining scene bursting with creativity and flavour. From street food joints to innovative new restaurants, Bath is not just a destination for soaking —it's a certified foodie paradise, too. To help you on your budget quest, we've scoured every nook and cranny of this picturesque city to uncover the best affordable restaurants in Bath.

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Last updated on 11th July 2024




The Bath Stable

The Bath Stable, nestled in the leafy Kingsmead Square, is just minutes away from the iconic Roman Baths and Thermae Spa. This joint is known for its delicious handcrafted sourdough pizzas such as the super spicy Hot Pepperoni and Burger On The Dancefloor featuring beef, streaky bacon, burger cheese, roasted onions and gherkins. Plus, it also boasts a great selection of West Country ciders and craft beers. With exposed brickwork, a stylish interior, and stunning artwork, it's the perfect place to relax, people-watch, and soak in the vibe, whether you choose to sit inside or out.

Juno Bar & Kitchen

Cheap Pint Wednesdays! 🍺 and 3 other offers

Spread over two floors with cosy booths and bar stools sprinkled all around, Juno is the go-to joint for city dwellers craving premium comfort food, great beers, and delicious cocktails. This industrial-style hangout combines a modern pub feel with a relaxed, buzzy vibe courtesy of top-notch playlists and two pool tables. With goodies such as crisp beers, boozy cocktails, quirky pizzas like the Rocketman topped with prosciutto and balsamic glaze drizzle, as well as juicy smash burgers like the Hot Honey on the menu, this hotspot is perfect for a lively night out.

BrewDog Bath

Bottomless Brunch and 2 other offers

On the hunt for cheap eats in Bath city centre? Split across two levels, BrewDog Bath is the perfect joint to enjoy boozy delights and epic food in a buzzy and welcoming environment. With a fantastic combination of craft beers, mouthwatering burgers, and salads on offer, such as Korean loaded fries, buffalo chicken wings, pork and brie burgers, as well as deep-fried Oreos with a milk chocolate dip, this place has got you covered with the cheat meal of your dreams. What's more, their 2-4-1 vegan Mondays deal is to die for, with a variety of vegetarian delights on offer that'll please even the meatiest of eaters.

GBK Bath

GBK Bath is the go-to spot near Bath's historic spots and shopping areas. Flipping gourmet burgers our way since '01, they use only 100% British, grass-fed, hand-selected cuts of chuck, brisket, flank and 30-day dry-aged steak to craft their premium dishes. Grilled to perfection, they're served on a fresh artisan bun with a variety of flavour-packed toppings and their signature homemade sauces.

Thaikhun Bath

Located in Bath's buzzing Southgate Shopping Centre, this family-run Thai spot is a real crowd-pleaser. Thaikhun (pronounced tycoon) boasts a funky street food vibe with handpicked bric-a-brac, tasty street eats, and Thai-inspired cocktails all around. Expect delicious grilled meats, noodles, curries, and more, all served with a side of fun. Highlights from their open kitchen include moo ping (grilled pork skewers), look chin gai (steamed and grilled chicken balls), larb salads with roasted rice, sea bass in banana leaves, and stir-fried morning glory with bean paste and bird's eye chillies.

Comptoir Libanais Bath

Feast Populaire

New Ark Street bursts with colour and unique dining thanks to Comptoir Libanais, a Middle Eastern gem and one of the best affordable restaurants in Bath for lunch. Open all day, this eatery serves up authentic Lebanese cuisine in a souk-inspired setting, offering a quick tour of Middle Eastern flavours with homemade dips, hot mezze like lamb kibbeh and spiced chicken wings, hearty tagines, as well as much more on offer. Plus, the vibrant interiors of this joint feature embroidered bags, geometric tiles, and colourful metal chairs, making every visit a feast for the senses.