After eating our award-winning breakfast and before enjoying our inclusive dinner, you’ll want to wander around Bath for the perfect lunch spot. But a good tourist eats where the locals eat.
We’ve compiled a list of diverse, upscale gems for you to enjoy during your visit to the historic city of Bath.
Wild game chef Mike Robinson opened this new, sophisticated restaurant to bring his passion for sustainable meat to Bath.
The decor mimics the original Georgian houses of each dining room. Guests are welcomed like family and experience every part of the dining process, from speaking with huntsmen to visiting the kitchen and wine cellars.
2-8 S Parade, Bath BA2 4AB
Found in Bath’s theatre district, Pintxo is the place to eat if you love tapas.
This restaurant is inspired by the Pintxo bars of San Sebastian. Experience a true Spanish restaurant that offers “para picar”, cold plates, hot plates, and desserts.
Pintxo is an authentic Basque-style tapas and sherry bar with a mission of bringing a little piece of Spain to Bath.
31 Barton St, Bath BA1 1HG
For first-class food, walk just ten minutes from Bath City Centre to the Bathwick Boatman.
Overlooking the most beautiful site of the River Avon and located above Bath’s historic boating station, you will be instantly allured by the charm of this restaurant.
They serve polished lunch starters, mains, and desserts. Visit on a Sunday to get a taste of their special Sunday Lunch Menu.
Forester Road, Bathwick BA2 6QE
For a traditional English meal, head to The Scallop Shell. They are a fish and chip restaurant and seafood grill serving up traditional English favourites.
Their chips are prepared from scratch daily from seasonal spuds. All of their fish are fresh, sustainable catches from the waters of the United Kingdom.
Choose either an indoor or outdoor upper deck to enjoy this slice of Britain. If you’re visiting from another country, it’s a necessity to have a proper British meal during your stay in Bath.22 Monmouth Place, Bath, BA1 2AY