Why visit Bath if you’re not going to explore the city’s coolest restaurants?
Our list of recommendations has it all, from a Michelin Star restaurant to street food from around the world.
The Olive Tree is Bath’s only Michelin Star restaurant, on top of its impressive 3 AA Rosette status.
At the Olive Tree, you will run into “an unusual edge to what you will have once thought simple flavours.”
Their menus consist of seasonal dishes and you will find a fine dining experience in a de-formalised setting.
407 Russel Street Queensberry Hotel, Bath BA1 2QF
Jars Meze prides itself on the Greek concept of “filoxenia.” The concept is from Ancient Greece, where guests were treated with honour.
Food is an integral part of filoxenia. Gathering around food is the greatest act of love in Greek culture.
At Jars Meze you can opt for a traditional three-course meal, you can choose from their Varieties, or you can mix and match their mezes.
6 Northumberland Pl, Bath BA1 5AR
Tony Kitous, the founder of Comptoir Libanais, travelled to London with a friend when he was 18 years old. He was immediately in awe and knew he wanted to start a restaurant in the UK.
His main goal with Comptoir Libanais is to make guests fall in love with the bold flavours and selfless hospitality of Lebanon.
You can enjoy Kofta, Taouk, Tagine, and more from their authentic Middle Eastern menu.
4 Newark St, City Centre, Bath BA1 1AT
Bandook means “gun” in Hindi, representing the explosive flavours of this elevated Indian street food restaurant.
The first thing on their menu is authentic Indian soda, meant to transport you to the bustling streets of India.
Next up are Chaats, described as “an essential of Indian street food.” You can also opt for Taco Dosa, a traditional South-Indian pancake.
The rest of the menu consists of small plates, curry bowls, large plates, and sides.
3-7 Milsom Place, Bath BA1 1BZ
The Coconut Tree was founded by a group of Sri Lankan friends who moved to the UK together. The restaurant has a list of accolades, including being the VIP Caterers at the 2021 British Grand Prix.
Some of their dishes are what they describe as “Sri Lankan Spicy” while others are vegan or gluten-free.
Dine at The Coconut Tree for incredible Sri Lankan street food and welcoming hospitality.
36 Broad St, Bath, BA1 5LP