Restaurants In Bath

Restaurants

Sometimes finding restaurants in Bath that meets your taste can be a difficult tax for many people. Seek South West is a unique platform that help people living within and outside Bath find a restaurant that serves quality food. People that have used our platform in locating a restaurant in Bath, have been commending our services.

Top 5 Restaurants in Bath

The Olive Tree

One of the best places in Bath for posh restaurant dining, the Olive Tree is a softly-lit, basement restaurant of the Queensberry Hotel. Enjoy accomplished contemporary British cuisine, made mainly from local seasonal produce and served on bare wood tables. Lunch is great value for money and for dinner, you’ll be faced with a wide variety of multi-course tasting menus to choose from. At the Olive Tree, the award-winning wine list is uniquely arranged by flavours and not by their countries or regions.

A chef preparing a dish

Phone: 01225 447928; olivetreebath.co.uk

Address: Russel Street, Bath BA1 2QF

Clayton’s Kitchen at The Porter

If you want an informal dining experience in Bath, this restaurant offers exactly that. The restaurant is decorated with panelled or exposed stone walls, buttonback banquettes and bare wood tables to achieve an inviting, pared-down Scandi look. Choose from kitchen classics like superior sausages and mash or venison steak burger to more fancy dishes such as guinea fowl and truffle risotto. Cheese lovers will also find an interesting selection of Somerset cheeses.

Phone: 01225 585100; theporter.co.uk

Address: 15a George Street, Bath BA1 2EN

King William

Enjoy excellent, seasonal British food including fantastic Bertinet bread from this cosy, small-scale pub. You can choose to dine upstairs for more space or upstairs for more atmosphere. Whatever you choose, there’s superior pub grub available such as burger and chips, steak and chips, or fish and chips. Fancy dining is also possible with roast lamb rump, Moroccan-spiced aubergine and rosti potatoes served in simple but attractive dining rooms.

A group of friends dining together

Phone: 01225428096; kingwilliampub.com

Address: 36 Thomas Street, Bath BA1 5NN

Yak Yeti Yak

An authentic Nepalese restaurant in the basement of a Georgian townhouse, serving excellent food – dumplings, delicious curries, pork sag aloo or the signature Yak Yeti Yak lamb. Even when busy, the service is friendly and swift. Food is served in high-rimmed metal and brass bowls and the décor is mainly of climbing gear, flags and photos of lofty mountains. Customers can choose to sit at conventional tables or on large cushions placed on the floor.

Phone: 01225442299; yakyetiyak.co.uk

Address: 12 Pierrepont Street, Bath BA1 1LA

The Eastern Eye

For mouth-watering northern Indian cuisine, The Eastern Eye does not disappoint. It is a complete experience from the décor of giant, colourful murals portraying Indian life to a menu of choice dishes. Choose from a big selection of tandoori and Balti dishes. We recommend the lamb tikka nowabdar, in a sauce seasoned with cashew nuts and fennel seeds. Service at the Eastern Eye is usually good.

A chef dishing a sumptuous meal

Phone: 01225 422323; easterneye.com

Address: 8a Quiet Street, Bath BA1 2JS

SSW Top Tips

  • Diners at the Olive Tree come to find that the location on the traffic-ridden London Road is not at all nice, but that means the clientele is primarily comprised of locals, not tourists.
  • If you’re visiting Bath, and fine dining at King William is on your to-do list, plan your trip well in advance and secure a table as soon as you can.

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