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Eating Out in Bath, England

Bath Eating Out

From celebrity chefs to cool cafés, Bath has a huge variety of eateries for you to try out. These are spread throughout the city and many international cuisines are very well-represented.

Jamie’s Italian at Milsom Place is owned by TV celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. It offers a selection of surprisingly affordable and incredibly tasty pasta dishes from meatballs to ravioli. Daily specials are offered too, along with some truly tempting desserts.

For authentic Asian cuisine look no further than Thai by the Weir on Argyle Street. Here you’ll find a huge selection of noodle and rice dishes to choose from including Malaysian fish curry and plenty more. It’s a lot bigger inside than it appears from the outside, with a couple of levels where you can sit.

Vegans and vegetarians should note that The Porter, a pub on George Street, serves veggie food exclusively. Mushroom pie, nachos and veggie burgers are just some of tempting dishes you’ll find on the menu. The food is reasonably priced too, and the pub has a great atmosphere as it’s frequented by locals who come here to enjoy the meat-free fare.

If you’re looking for somewhere relaxed to head for breakfast to recover from the night before, make sure you check out Same Same But Different on Bartlett Street. This is definitely one of the coolest cafés in Bath and it does a selection of delicious, good value breakfasts made using locally sourced ingredients. They also do a great variety of coffees and plenty more besides.

One of the things you shouldn’t miss while staying in Bath is a trip to Sally Lunn’s. At this old-school teahouse you can sample the brioche-like Sally Lunn Bath bun (pictured here) which can be eaten sweet or savoury. Probably the best way to enjoy a Sally Lunn bun is with lashings of jam and clotted cream.

So, no matter what you fancy for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’ll find an eatery in Bath offering food to tickle your taste buds.

Restaurants in Bath

  • Jamie’s Italian

    10 Milsom Place, Bath, England

    It’s not often that you’ll find prices as affordable as these at a restaurant owned by a celebrity chef. Owned by TV-chef Jamie Oliver, Jamie’s Italian serves up a wide variety of pasta dishes including meatballs, ravioli and tagliatelle. Risotto and ‘fish in a bag’ are just a couple of the other dishes you’ll find on the menu.

    Open Mon-Sat noon-11pm, Sun noon-10.30pm.

  • Sally Lunn’s

    4 North Parade Passage, Bath, England

    Located inside the oldest house in Bath, Sally Lunn’s is a hugely popular old-school teahouse. Sally Lunn’s is home to the famous Sally Lunn Bath bun, a brioche-like bun which can be eaten with sweet or savoury toppings. Try the cream tea and you’ll get a Sally Lunn bun along with lashings of jam and clotted cream. Yum!

    Open Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 11am-9pm.

  • Same Same But Different

    7a Princes Buildings, Bartlett Street, Bath, England

    This is one of the best spots to check out in Bath if you’re looking for relaxed dining, great coffee and a funky atmosphere. The breakfasts are especially delicious and you’ll find the place is packed each morning. It’s also busy throughout the day when locals and visitors come to enjoy the salads, burgers, pasta dishes and tempting desserts, all written up on a large blackboard on one of the walls inside this high-ceilinged café.

    Open Mon-Thurs 8am-6pm, Fri 8am-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm, Sun 10am-5pm.

  • The Porter

    15 George Street, Bath, England

    You’ll find bar food with a difference here at The Porter, a pub which serves up purely vegetarian and vegan dishes. From big breakfasts to delicious mushroom pies, the portions are really generous and the prices are right, plus it’s a really lively spot with plenty of locals turning up to sample the meat-free fare.

    Food served daily 11am-9pm.

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