Friday, 7 March 2014

Where to Eat in Bath

If you are spending a holiday in  Bath and wish to eat at local establishments there are many to choose from. However it is quite possible to find a bad one every day. To help our guests avoid this we recommend the following personally (in no particular order)

King William pub
36 Thomas Street (off London Road)
01225 428 096
Restaurant upstairs and meals available in the bar.  Whatever your choice this is always a treat.
Don't be put off by the external appearance of the building: the dining experience is superb.
No car park but who brings a car to Bath?

Riverside Cafe
Below Pultney Bridge, by the Weir
01225 480 532
Unrivalled location.   Good honest food. Open daytime all year and evenings too in the tourist season.

The Eastern Eye
8A Quiet Street
01225 422 323
Prize-winning Indian cuisine in a stunning Georgian dining room.

Cafe de Globe Moroccan Restaurant
1A North Parade
01225 466 437
Wonderful food and service.

Acorn Vegetarian Restaurant (formerly DeMuth's)
2 North Parade Passage
01225 446 059
Imaginative veggie dishes.  Must book!

14 Pierrepont Street
01225 484 663
Whilst mum does the cooking, the daughters wait table.
Good value Thai food especially the lunch menu in the week.

Peking Chinese Restaurant
1-2 New Street, Kingsmead Square
01225 466 337
Bath's oldest Chinese restaurant and for good reason.

Teahouse Emporium
22 New Bond Street
01225 33 44 02
Over 100 teas to buy, or drink downstairs served with  a digital timer to ensure you drink it at the optimum point.  An equally impressive choice of coffees too.

Guildhall Delli
Stall 8, The Guildhall Market. Near High Street entrance
01225  427 195
Local food for you picnic or to take home

12 Pierrepont Street
01225 44 22 99
Authentic Nepalese cuisine

There may be many other establishments equally deserving but these are the ones we have tried ourselves on several occasions and are happy to recommend personally.

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