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Places to Eat


Places To Eat In Bath

Despite its rich historical heritage, Bath is by no means stuck in the culinary past. While there are innumerable but excellent snug, timber-beamed ale houses serving hearty traditional fare (grab a pie and a pint of Raven’s Gold at The Raven), several pubs have gone gastro, with innovative, mouth-watering results; there are also plenty of ethnic options (including a great Japanese restaurant) and an award-winning vegetarian/vegan restaurant, Acorn. Afternoon tea is serious business, and you can do it justice in the opulent surroundings of The Pump Room restaurant, a stone’s throw from the famous Roman baths, while being soothed by the delicate tones of the Pump Room Orchestra. No trip to the spa city is complete without a visit to historic Sally Lunns, home of the famous Bath bun, and as dusk descends, Bath’s nightspots come alive. If the weather’s nice, the real ale connoisseur can enjoy some al fresco pints of Badger on Hall & Woodhouse’s super roof-terrace.

One of the places that you should check while trying to find your favorite place to eat is the Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen. Their passion at Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen is vegetables and their cooking will please all, whether vegetarian, vegan or simply a lover of good food.

Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen provides a relaxed and intimate atmosphere for any meal, whether it’s a special family gathering or a cosy meal for two. Open every day for lunch and dinner, menus change monthly with the seasons. As well as the excellent vegetarian menu, there are plenty of vegan, wheat-free dishes & gluten-free options. Local vegetables, breads and cheeses are sourced from local suppliers.

Located in a listed Georgian building in the heart of Historic Bath, this former wool shop was lovingly restored by the owners to become the original Firehouse Rotisserie location. Now in its 12th year, the restaurant is still serving top-quality California cuisine from its open kitchen, including rotisserie flame roasted chicken and lamb, California south western grills, gourmet pizzas and crisp salads, plus a choice of delicious desserts. World wines and beers.

Another popular restaurant in the city is the Green Park Brasserie. Beautifully located in an old railway station, the ‘Braz’ offers a relaxed, friendly environment with excellent, freshly prepared food, an interesting wine list and live jazz every evening from Wednesday to Saturday. They also have free wifi available for customers. Several ‘celebrities’ use the brasserie regularly. This is a place for them to enjoy dining privately.

Whether you would like a reviving coffee or smoothie, a quick café lunch, to sample cuisines from around the world or to experience fine dining at one of the Michelin starred or AA Rosette restaurants in Bath, you will find an eatery in Bath to suit you.

Popular Places To Eat in Bath


There are excellent ethnic restaurants that trade on the city’s overseas connections, a burgeoning number of high-end gastro-pubs that serve seasonal food made with the freshest local produce. Read More…

Pubs & Bars

Bath is famed for its cider and scrumpy and there is all the variety and authenticity you would expect from this old port, with plenty of places serving the best West Country cider & live music.. Read More…

Cafes and Deli's

The many delightful cafes in Bath offer a refuelling retreat for shoppers, meeting spots in which to catch up with friends or idyllic locations to sit and watch the world go by. Read More…

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