An eatery for all seasons, this gorgeous spot on Walcot Street takes you from day to night everyday with its combination of cafe, bar, restaurant and club. Whether you're looking to enjoy some delicious brunch dishes under its glass ceiling, or get stuck into some tasty pizza with a side of live piano music, this is the place for you.
Restaurants In Bath
More than just a pretty face, this gorgeous city has got the goods when it comes to quality restaurants as well. From chilled out pizzerias to hit up with your pals, to late night party spots boasting a killer menu, and romantic eateries to make your date night staple, we've got the lowdown on the best restaurants in Bath.
Fried chicken, cool interiors and house-brewed moonshine abound at this relaxed Lawrence Street eatery. Perfect for a chilled night with friends, their menu offers delicious meaty mains and tasty side plates, alongside a great selection of quaffable cocktails, including giant sharing martinis and bourbon-laced delights.
A short walk from the city centre, The Beckford Bottle Shop is one of the best foodie pitstops in the South West. Offering an innovative menu of small plates and a slap-up selection of British cheese and charcuterie, their crowning glory is their extensive wine list that they make available for tasting events and supper clubs.
Bringing you traditional Spanish eats in abundance, this unique town centre bar and restaurant is a must-visit for fans of tasty tapas and refreshing sangria. Offering an extensive menu of delicious plates, from classic pan con tomate to 12-person sharing pans of moreish paella, it's as good for intimate date nights as it is for large get-togethers.
If you worship at the alter of ciders and slices then you should be getting yourself over to Kingsmead Square ASAP. Just a stone's throw from the Theatre Royal, it's one of the city's top spots if you're looking to fill up on sourdough pizza and ciders - of which they boast over 80 different kinds.
One of the best supper clubs in Bath, this unique night with chef-restaurateur Mark Hix is letting you feast on four stunning seasonal plates made with local ingredients. Kicking with canapes and fizz in the Roman Baths, the event will also see guests tucking in to sugar-pit pork and Somerset membrillo.
Step into the colourful world of Comptoir Libanais where the food is as vibrant as the interiors. Chow down on an exciting mix of Lebanese mezze, grilled meats, wraps, tagines and fattet, all washed down with some refreshing cocktails or a glass of their homemade lemonade.
Home to the best beer garden in Bath, this charming pub and restaurant offers a delicious array of quality eats. Putting a spin on your classic pub grub, the Brew House lets you dig into everything from halloumi fries and whitebait to charcoal vegetable tarts and hummus-topped vegan burgers.
A charming city centre haunt, The Huntsman is a classic British boozer with some serious foodie flare. Head down for delicious seasonal eats made with only the freshest local produce, alongside an excellent array of craft beers and a well-curated wine list.
A tiny neighbourhood spot with a massive personality, MeatBusters serves up some of the best burgers in Bath and believe us when we say it's not scrimping on the size. From double patty Goliaths to jerk chicken and chilli beef buns, their burgers are a force to be reckoned with. They also host The Hulk, Baths's biggest food challenge, where you have 30 minutes to eat 2kg of burger.
One of Bath's favourite brasseries, Framptons offers a slap-up food selection from morning until night. Head down at the weekend for their signature brunch and lunch dishes, including chorizo and black pudding hash, or truffled asparagus. Or make it a date night with their stunning dinner plates including fresh crab, steaks and decadent cocktails.