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It’s hard not to be dazzled by this World Heritage city with its hot springs and spa water, Roman history and fine Georgian architecture. As a major tourist destination, a lot of cafés, restaurants and bars (especially around the Abbey and Roman Baths) target sightseers, but Bath can claim to have hosted the very first farmers’ market in the county and a number of modern British restaurants in Bath are keen to champion prime West-Country produce. The Olive Tree at the Queensbury Hotel, The River Canteen and The Circus Café and Restaurant are worth a visit, as are gastropubs such as the King William and the Marlborough Tavern. There’s even a Michelin-starred restaurant, awarded to Michael Caines and Sam Moody at The Bath Priory, and the city has great hopes of another with the arrival of Michelin-starred chef Chris Staines at Allium Brasserie in the magnificently renovated Abbey Hotel.
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Searcys at the Roman Baths and Pump Room, Stall Street, Bath,Somerset BA1 1LZ
Built in 1795 and now part of the city’s World Heritage Site, the Pump Room is a marvel of Georgian splendour and a magnet for tourists – with spa water...
15a George Street, Bath,Somerset BA1 2EN
This popular bath eatery has an impressive pedigree. Chef patron Robert Clayton has overseen the operation since its inception in 2012, and he previously...
The Wheatsheaf, Combe Hay, Bath,Somerset BA2 7EG
Stripped back to the original stonework and flagstones and decorated in calming neutrals, the Wheatsheaf is a serene, welcoming space, with solid oak tables,...
8 Dorchester Street, Bath, BA1 1SS
With a sunny atmosphere and splashes of creativity, Giraffe showcases a crowd-pleasing menu. As well as the signature Giraffe concoctions, diners can...
20 St Lawrence Street, Bath,Somerset BA1 1AN
20A St Lawrence Street, Bath,Somerset BA1 1AN
With a CV that includes a stint at Ferran Adriàs legendary el Bulli, Omar Allibhoy is the brains behind this youthful chain of tapas bars, which serves...
Widcombe Hill, Bath,Somerset BA2 6AA
A short stroll from Bath's main railway station in the desirable residential area of Widcombe, this pub-with-rooms is a veritable veteran of the city's...
12 Pierrepont Street, Unknown,Somerset BA1 1LA
Follow the yeti footprints on the wall down to this modest little basement restaurant & you’ll find yourself a world away from touristy Pulteney Bridge...
2 Wellsway, Bath,Somerset BA2 3AQ
Having started his career in top-end Michelin-starred restaurants and hotels, Gordon Jones has opted to go down a more experimental route for his debut...
Abbey Hotel, North Parade, Bath,Somerset BA1 1LF
In a novel alliance reminiscent of a rock supergroup, stellar chefs Pierre Koffmann and Marco Pierre White have entered into partnership to launch this...
10 North Parade, Bath,Somerset BA2 4AL
Just a stone’s throw from the Roman baths is a restaurant that the Romans, had they been modern and forward thinking types, would have considered one of...
11-12 Abbey Churchyard, Bath,Somerset BA1 1LZ
Designed to complement their restaurant in Bath’s touristy Pump Room, Searcy’s are putting the final touches to a second eatery initiated in conjunction...
The Halcyon, 2/3 South Parade, Bath,Somerset BA2 4AA
Named after its circular bar, Circo has quickly established itself as one of Bath’s coolest new openings. An elegant space kitted out with sumptuous...