The hospitality and exoticness of a tourist destination is not only measured by its accommodations and spectacles, but also by the diversity, art, and unique flavours in their food and drinks. In Bath, you will have a wide range of food and drinks to choose from. Are you into cocktails, exotic teas, traditional Bath dishes, or wine tasting? Seek South West can help you discover all the stylish bars, cosy cafes, classic restaurants, and local pubs in Bath. We can also assist you with making dining reservations ahead of time.
Bath has quite a number of restaurants to cater for your food and drink needs; you can experience the best of Bath cuisine at any of the destinations enumerated below.
Located just around the corner from the Bath Abbey, this cozy modern bistro has made a name for herself. Rebranded only recently, 2013, when the owner, Richard Burkley acquired a small, long-existing Bath food institution, and totally reinvented it to become a force to be reckoned with, five years down the line and Acorn is already featured in the Good Food Guide. Acorn puts vegetables in the spotlight, working hard under the leadership of head chef, Steven Yates, creates beautiful contemporary dishes using up-to-date techniques and delicious ingredients. The lunch menu for two courses is rated at £17.90 for two courses, while dinner is £26.95 for two courses.
Address: 2 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX
A restaurant inspired by the small tapas bars in Spain, this restaurant is located right at the center of the city. The eating style is as simple as it gets, if you are seeking a restaurant that encourages conversation with friends and family, you can be sure this is your number one choice. The atmosphere is a mix of excitement and serenity all embedded in simplicity, here you can rest assured of the best Spanish meals ever.
Address: First Floor, 1 John Street, Bath BA1 2JL
Tel: 01225 466440
This contemporary and stylish restaurant set amidst the 500 acres Lucknam Park estate and gardens is just ideal for simple lunches, outdoor dining, and casual dinners. There are fine but informal cuisines offered throughout the day and what better way to drink this in than in the view of the perfect natural scenery that surrounds The Brasserie. We recommend this restaurant for its complete a la carte menu, with two courses at £24.
Address: Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Colerne, SN14 8AZ
Tel: 01225 742777
One of the longest established independent restaurants in Bath, the Olive Tree is an award-winning restaurant that continues to receive well-deserved praise from guests and locals alike. Set in the basement of the beautiful Queensberry Hotel, the restaurant serves sumptuous meals along with tasteful wine, altogether making any meal worth savoring.
Address: Queensberry Hotel, Russel Street, Bath BA1 2QF
Tel: 01225 447928
There are course tasting menus on offer at most restaurants.
Visit any of the restaurants in Bath around lunchtime and you are sure to get a good discount as well as reduced human traffic.
You can enjoy the best of carefully selected wines at discounted rates that really complement the food during happy hours usually from 7-9pm.
Call us at Seek South West to begin discovering moreish dishes and drinks in Bath to sample.