We’re lucky in Bath to have so much choice with places to eat, whether we’re grabbing some street food on the go, taking a friend out for coffee and cake, or wining and dining by candlelight. Here’s a list of just a few of the great selection of places to eat in Bath:
Newly opened Dining:
- The Ivy Bath Brasserie
Simply sophisticated, The Ivy is the newest restaurant to open on Milsom Street offering all day dining in a French art-deco atmosphere.
- The Giggling Squid – Thai restaurant
- The Scallop Shell – Seafood
- Noya’s Kitchen – Vietnamese
AA Rosette Dining
We are spoilt for choice with fine dining in Bath. Here’s a glimpse of just a few restaurants awarded the distinguished AA Rosettes with top quality cuisine: https://visitbath.co.uk/eating-and-drinking/bath-restaurants/aa-rosette-restaurants
One of the oldest houses in Bath and home of the original Bath bun, Sally Lunn’s is a must for any visitor to Bath.
The Pump Rooms
Enjoy the quintessential English experience of a cream tea in one of the most beautiful and historical buildings in Bath. Built in 1782, the Pump Rooms are adjacent to The Roman Baths and provide an elegant dining experience right next to the Abbey.
Dining Guides Bath
There are numerous food bloggers in Bath giving a comprehensive overview of all the cafes and restaurants available. For example, Bath Eats provides guides such as Breakfast & Brunch, Takeaway and Vegan to assist in planning your visit to Bath.