I love Wagamama, an international chain Japanese noodles restaurant, and I had a lovely meal there in 2010. I don't remember what I ordered but it was enjoyable.
Please check out the website for their menus.
I visited this cafe in June 2010. I remember it for its very expensive coffee and chocolates. They also do free chocolate making demonstrations. I didn't reckon much to the place with its overpriced cafe menu.
I've been to this international chain restaurant many times in many places. I consider Pizza Hut good value for money and you can eat well for about 10-15 gbp per person. There is free salad with the main courses and unlimited refills on fizzy drinks. Pizza Hut always has special offers on so do check out the website to find out more.
Favorite Dish: I ordered the classic lasagne with came with garlic bread (8.95 gbp) and had free unlimited salad to accompany the meal. For a drink I had their yummy chocoholic milkshake (2.95 gbp).
I had a lovely filling meal and it came to 14 gbp including tip (June 2012).
I visited this quaint tea shoppe in the Abbey Green for a takaway bath bun (90p - June 2012). The cafe is very busy and there were some people waiting for a table when I visited.
As well as Bath Buns, the tea shoppe offers breakfast, lunches, daily specials and Somerset Cream Teas. On a future visit I wouldn't mind indulging in a Somerset Cream Tea.
Favorite Dish: I thoroughly enjoyed the infamous Bath Bun which is a sweet yeast bread roll that has a lump of sugar baked in the bottom with crushed sugar and currants sprinkled at the top after it's baked.
I stumbled across this Cafe whilst on my ramblings on the Sunday evening. It was near closing time so I made a mental note to return the following day. I was glad I did as it's probably one of my favourite cafes to date. The ambiance and surroundings are unique and interactive - there was water with glasses provided on the tables and window sills for visitors I also noticed there were books and magazines for reading; a children's play area in the basement; and blackboard in the bathrooms where you can write about your visit! The cafe hosts artists' exhibitions and support various community events in Bath.
The drinks menu was impressive and I was especially happy with the choice of hot chocolates available! There are range of sandwiches, bakery goods and pastries available.
Favorite Dish: I ordered the Indonesian dark hot chocolate (which cost me 2.20 gbp and thoroughly enjoyed)!
I highly recommend visiting The Walrus and Carpenter restaurant for its homemade food. The restaurant name came from a Lewis Carroll poem also the restaurant's purpose is somewhat different to the poet's! I loved the contemporary decor inside the restaurant with its memorabilia and candles in bottles on the tables! The only negative thing I can say about the restaurant is that it's expensive but worth it for a great meal out and atmosphere.
*Please note the restaurant has closed down. It was disappointing to see especially that it has been very popular since it opened in 1974. Here's an article relating to the closure (Please click onto the link)*
Favorite Dish: The Vegetable Chilli - Fresh, homemade and delicious
The Cheesecake - Ditto
The Raven of Bath is a traditional UK pub with good quality food and excellent beers! A few steps from the famous Milsom Street you can find it close to the corner between Queen and Quiet St. No loud music, TV or other noises in this quiet pub, where you can really enjoy your pint(s) of Real Ale and pies! There are at least nine different choices of pies, including wonderful vegetarian ones.
Mon – Friday 12.00 -2.30 and 5.00 - 8.30
Saturday 12.00 - 8.30
Sunday 12.30 – 8.30
Favorite Dish: Minty Lamb Pie (Free Range British Lamb, Carrots, Swede, Mint and Rosé Wine) served with mash or chips and a choice of gravy for £8.80 is excellent!
The food in this restaurant was lovely and it is British food, which is actually really good. The menus of this retaurant chnage every month in order to reflect the seasonal availability of various products. The food is also locally sourced which is always a bonus. Situated in a Georgian building between the Circus and The Royal Crescent, this restaurant is really easy to find.
Make a reservation before going as the restaurant is rather small, but very tastefyllu decorated and lovely.
Food in this little bistro style restaurant is presented in a French interpretation of the Spanish tapas ('petits plats'). According to the website they offer 'affordable gourmet French dining' which is true. The food was really lovely, service very friendly and the visit was definitely worth every penny. Four people dined for about 80 pounds with drinks.
Make a reservation before you go as the restaurant is faily small.
Favorite Dish: Mussels with pesto
The Saracens head is a great pub where One hundred and fifty years ago . It is said to be the Oldest pub in Bath it was built in 1713 on the site of a much earlier Inn. Although it was not a coaching Inn as such it was a stop for The london Flyer and so some of it's pasengers did stay here one of whom was Charles Dickens who stayed at the Saracens while while he was writing The Pickwick Papers . The Pub has certainly been changed much over the years, sadly there are not many period features remaining but it is still a great pub.
We called in on a recent visit to Bath and had a most fantastic Lamb Curry with rice and chips, it was the best curry i have had in a pub and probably one of the tastiestt ever. The service was really friendly and quick and we were made to feel most welcome.
Tucked away in Queen Street. I found this attractive restaurant which offered a light lunch menu – just what I needed. There is also a set menu (£10.95 for 2 courses, £13.50 for 3 at lunchtime and before 7.30 in the evening) if you’re looking for a more substantial meal. I liked the warm colours and fresh flowers, and settled into a corner table
My Eggs Royale (£7.95) consisted of muffins with smoked salmon, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. The dish was very tasty though I felt it could have been warmer. Service was friendly but quite slow, especially with only four tables occupied. I didn’t bother with dessert but a couple near me were making very appreciative noises about their apple crumble, which was just as well given how long they’d waited for it.
A little off pitch from the center of Bath, but take a taxi and don't miss this restaurant if your a fan of Indian food. Fantastic personal service from the staff - maybe the best service you'll receive in any Bath restaurant.
Favorite Dish: I've never had a bad selection from Jaflong - and I've eaten there about a dozen times.
This restaurant is the real thing. The food tastes everything like the food I ate in Asia. The set meals are worth trying, you get all the food on each deal, so no long hard decisions have to be made.
You will have to book in advance as it is usually fully booked.
An Old English Village Inn with 11 rooms, one with a four-poster. Really nice feel to it.
I know it's not exactly in Bath, 12 miles away, but all the Bath restaurants seemed to be new wave cuisine. This place did real food but in a modern way, the best of both worlds.
Favorite Dish: Orange soaked in grenadine and ginger with honey ginger ice cream. The best desert I have ever tasted.
Also had their spicy home-made sausages which were nice and the next night home-made steak and ale pie to die for.
The Thai chicken and noodles was excellent as was the roasted rump of lamb.
I think everything on the menu was a winner. They do cater for vegetarians too.
Minerva Chocolaterie lies in the picturesque Abbey Churchyard. The self-styled Chocolate Masters of Bath, Belgian born co-owners Philippe and Thierry, take the name of their shop from the Roman goddess Minerva, whose great temple was once located on the other side of the Abbey churchyard. The shop feactures even an entire range of chocolates decorated with the head of the goddess, providing a unique link with the historic surroundings and one of the Bath's symbols from its Roman past.
The double entrance shop offers a wide selection of every type of chocolate confectionery imaginable, ranging from carefully made truffles, pralines and chocolate of every kind. They also sell a range of fine champagnes for which they are the sole UK outlet and include one that is made of 100% Chardonnay. Thierry and his wife live near Epernay, the heart of the champagne district. Her family, the Weynand's, have their own vineyards and have been producing champagne for 4 generations, Thierry has reserved a few cases of the best vintage exclusively for this shop.
In addition to champagne and chocolate, the chocolaterie also sells ice cream, liquors and wines, culinary books, cards and carefully chosen gifts.
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