Royal Hotel Bath resides directly in Bath city centre as one of the city’s most sought-after and highly rated hotels.
Enjoy a short stroll to any of these wonderful restaurants to eat in Bath and explore the city through your tastebuds as well as through your eyes.
Clayton’s Kitchen is a local favourite. Their dishes are simple and meant to showcase the fresh ingredients they use.
Cooking traditional British and European food, they also have vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.
Their atmosphere and impeccable service stand out above the rest.
15A George St, Bath
The Circus Restaurant is placed in the top 1% of restaurants worldwide on TripAdvisor.
They showcase the very best ingredients from Britain and the South West of England. You can find a list of all of their suppliers on their website, ranging from a Bath bakery to seafood caught sustainably off the Cornish coast.
34 Brock St, Bath
Ole Tapas is an authentic Spanish tapas bar. They offer tapas ranging from wild oyster mushrooms to deep-fried squid.
They have an extensive drinks menu with sherry, sangria, cava, and more.
A tapear translates to the act of sharing tapas with loved ones, and you can do that right in Bath city centre.
1 John St, Bath
The Oven is an artisan pizzeria that specialises in authentic Neapolitan pizza.
Their dough is made from Petra flour, a highly regarded Italian stone-ground flour.
Their pizzas are baked at high temperatures in their wood-fired ovens, creating a puffy, perfectly-singed crust.
They also offer starters, salads, and desserts, all to be enjoyed with Italian wine, craft beers, or cider.
3-4 Saw Close, Bath BA1 1EN
Noya’s Kitchen is a Vietnamese cafe in a Grade II listed building.
Noya started cooking for her four siblings in a Hong Kong refugee camp at 7 years old after leaving Vietnam.
She grew up in the UK and Vietnamese food was her family’s way to stay connected to the culture they left behind.
The dishes at Noya’s Kitchen are all aromatic and flavourful. They are spiced to individual taste with each dish made to order.
7 St James’s Parade, Bath, BA1 1UL
The Pump Room
The Pump Room restaurant, as you might expect, can be found right next to the Roman Baths in the centre of the city. And if you are looking for the best places to eat in Bath city centre during the daytime, the Pump Room should definitely be on your shortlist. It’s a great place to enjoy brunch or afternoon tea in elegant surroundings.
Stall St, Bath BA1 1LZ
Situated in the Bathen House Hotel, Bouvardia Restaurant is a fine dining destination that is popular with visitors from all over the world. Whether you are searching for a venue where a traditional Sunday lunch can be enjoyed or you fancy a multi-course cordon-bleu dining experience, the team at Bouvardia will be very happy to oblige.
88 Newbridge Hill, Bath BA1 3QA
Our very own Parisian-style brasserie is a great place to enjoy superb French cuisine in relaxing surroundings. And once you have finished your meal, you can retire to the 1846 bar for a post prandial drink or head straight for your room if you’re ready to hit the hay. If you’re not in the mood for a big meal, you can always choose something from our wide range of bar snacks instead.
Manvers St, Bath BA1 1JP
The Olive Tree
The Olive Tree restaurant, below the Queensberry Hotel, is the only Michelin-starred eaterie in the city, which makes it a must-visit dining destination as far as many visitors are concerned. If you decide to eat at the Olive Tree, you can look forward to sensational, seasonal dishes, great service and stunning surroundings. As one of the very best places to eat in Bath city centre, we recommend booking your table well in advance to avoid disappointment.
4 – 7 Russell St, Bath BA1 2QF
If you are looking for more ideas of where to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner during your stay in Bath, please feel free to ask at reception when you check in at the Royal Hotel. We are always happy to help our guests find new and exciting places to dine.