Romantic Restaurants In Bath

Want to bring a little oh-la-la to date night? Our historic city has more than a few options that should suit all you couples, so let us take the planning out of your rendezvous. From candlelit Italians to industrial-chic eateries and even a Michelin star pick, our list of the best romantic restaurants in Bath has everything you need.

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Last updated on 18th March 2024


When it comes to date night, you want to get it right with your restaurant pick and fortunately, Robun is here to offer you a full-proof romantic setting to dine with your partner and soak up intimate surroundings. Pull up a chair in the low-lit, ground-floor eatery and peruse a menu packed with flavour: think bao buns, wagyu sliders, black cod and salmon tataki. 

Pasta Laboratory

Fancy a hands-on cooking class followed by an indulgent meal? The cook your creations workshop at Pasta Laboratory will teach you how to make delicious tagliatelle and tagliolini dishes, which you and your partner can then enjoy together in their pretty restaurant with a glass of wine. This two hour and 45 minute-long class costs just £79 per person, and you'll leave with some cracking culinary skills too.

Sotto Sotto

Sotto Sotto Bath is the city's most-loved Italian, meaning this list of date-worthy restaurants wouldn't be complete without it. Tuck into favourite dishes such as prawn linguine, pistachio-crusted rack of lamb in a red wine sauce and sirloin with mushroom cream, all across candlelit vaulted cellars.

The Circus

Combining cosy all-day bistro vibes with a European menu and a location close to The Royal Crescent is The Circus, Bath. For a seasonally-changing menu featuring dishes like French braised venison, Italian parmigiana and steak, there's nowhere more romantic yet relaxing.

The Olive Tree

Michelin star restaurants in Bath for a date don't get much better than The Olive Tree, which is the city's only venue with this accolade. When you're looking to impress, the six and nine-course feasts of locally sourced, British grub here aren't to be passed up.

The Mint Room

The Mint Room is our pick of romantic places to eat in Bath, thanks to its sleek indoor space and stylish outdoor terrace. As for the food? Expect the beautiful Indian fare to span everything from Panjim crab with tangy tomato chutney to Bhatti guinea fowl served alongside pearl barley.