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Occupying an old antiques shop on boho Walcot Street, this deli/café has been described as Bath's answer to London's Ottolenghi – although the battered copies of River Café cookbooks on the shelves
hint at other inspirations. Big bowls of salads, wooden boards of freshly baked tarts and quiches greet customers who fight for spots at the communal farmhouse table in the centre of a tiny
flagstoned room complete with a vintage piano – it feels like stumbling across a private gathering of foodies, who are here to gossip, nosh and stock up on kitchen store-cupboard staples. Drinks
also stay with the programme – from single-origin coffees to wines from small artisan producers – and this quirky venue also offers some takeaway options: the lunchtime queues for roast pork belly
sandwiches often snake out on to the pavement.
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