This restaurant is situated inside the vaults under George Street, so it gives the restaurant a very cosy feel, especially with the fire going in the fireplace. I felt the menu was somewhat limited in choice, but the food portions were reasonable and nicely presented. Seems to be a fairly popular restaurant - we went on a Sunday evening, and the tables were steadily filling up.
Part of the revival of British cuisine as a gourmet experience, but with a French flair. The waiters are of the old-fashioned type who wait discreetly until exactly the moment you need them, then appear unasked. The food is probably the best in Bath. Ambiance is subdued - this is a basement - combining sleek, minimalist decor with a background of period architecture, including large fireplaces and slate floors. Small children (for those brave enough to take them) are welcomed and are deftly handled - just the right amount of attention to their needs to keep them happy without encouraging any playing to the audience. This restaurant is more than worth it's premium.
Favorite Dish: Creamed cabbage. Normally this is not my favourite dish, and that is what makes it so memorable - it was delicious, and the only dish we consumed to the last drop.
Recommended by our B+B owner was definitely worth tracking down.
Arrived on a quiet night so service was superb and the food first rate and very very reasonably priced too!
Would dinfitely go back when am next in Bath
The was a fine dining experience. The city is loaded with great restaurants, this is just one of many. I actually think upscale dining in England is a deal considering tip is included. In Austin, a fine meal will garner an additional $15 tip.