Bath Restaurants & Dining

Looking for something quick to eat or a full evening meal in Bath? Hopefully our following list of restaurants and diners will help make your visit one to remember. Please bear in mind that Saturday nights in Bath are crazy and you will need to book a nice restaurant in advance. Here is a selection:

 

RESTAURANTS

Aqua (01225 471 371)

  • Gorgeously decorated Italian with rooms to spare, booths and all kinds of places for intimate dining or parties – and a lovely menu. BA1 5BD

Arabesque (01225 481 333)

  • Fabulous Lebanese restaurant in the Podium, near Pulteney Bridge.  Full of tasty and exotic vegetarian choices (Mezza).  Very reasonably priced and darkly romantic. BA1 5AL

Beaujolais (01225 423 417)

  • Unpretentious French Bistro.  Lively and charming surroundings and garden on Chapel Row off Queens Square. BA1 1HN

Boston Tea Party (01225 313 901)

  • Simply the best coffee in Bath – strictly breakfast, lunches and all day healthy snacks – popular spot for breakfast.  Very uneven food delivery, nothing is ever the same, but staff are delightful! BA1 2AE

Casanis (01225 780 055)

  • Lovely unpretentious French Bistro next to the Assembly Rooms.  Fair prices for elegant offerings. BA1 2QP

Demuth’s (01225 446 059)

  • Longtime Vegetarian haute cuisine Mecca. Many organic delights and exotic dinners.  Next to Sally Lunn’s & Abbey Green BA1 1NX

Eastern Eye (01225 422 323)

  • Bath’s best Indian with spacious, stunningly lovely room, good veggie selections (side dishes in particular) and fresh food cooked to order. Quiet Street, City Centre – off Milsom Street.

Firehouse Rotisserie (01225 482 070)

  • Tex-California new cuisine, fine food, wine, casual & hip, former chefs to Rod Stewart.  John St. off Milsom Street. BA1 2JL

Hall & Wood House (01225 469 259)

  • Bath’s newest hang out – enormous bar/restaurant/lounge – with roof terrace – trendy and spectacular environment.  So-so food but good drinks – including coffee! Behind Jolly’s – Corner of John and Queen Street.  BA1 2JW

Jamie’s Italian

  • No Reservations but the queue moves swiftly.  However, dining here will take up your entire evening. In Milsom Place – in the centre of Bath – fabulous fresh herbs and special olive oils make Jamie’s Italian actually unique. Very inexpensive and fun. BA1 1BZ

Lime Lounge (01225 484 621)

  • A new and delightful combination “Nouvelle Cuisine” and cafe bar in Margaret’s Buildings, just around the corner from the Royal Crescent and The Circus! BA1 2LP

Mai Thai (01225 445 557)

  • Most authentic Thai cuisine in Bath.  Interesting choices and large Veggie menu, loads of variety, great for fish eaters and carnivores as well.  Close Abbey House on Pierrepont St. (near Roman Baths and Abbey). BA2 4AA

Mezzaluna (01225 466 688)

  • Intimate and lovely Italian restaurant on Kingsmead Square.  Authentic, tasteful and reasonable and great desserts BA1 2AB

Olive Tree (01225 447 928)

  • One of the finest nouvelle cuisine restaurants in Bath – expensive – and a bit clattery for conversation but lovely food. Queensbury Hotel, on Russell Street near the Assembly Rooms. BA1 2QF.

OPA Greek (01225 317 900)

  • Amazing looking Greek Restaurant in huge series of vaults under the North Parade Bridge – Food is interesting and servers are friendly. Becomes trendy bar after dinner!

Thai Balcony (01225 444)

  • Lovely Thai with a view.  Around the corner from the theatre. Very plush, but not pricey. A good romantic choice. BA1 1EN

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