Bath

Showing 14 restaurants
8
$$$
European
2 reviews
This is one of the most sophisticated little restaurants in Bath. — Frommer's
8
$$
British
4 reviews
The 18th-century Pump Room, with views over the Roman Baths, serves morning coffee, lunches, and afternoon tea, to music by a pianist or string trio who play every day. — Fodor's
8
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
The present pavilion, presided over by a statue of Richard Nash, was built between 1789 and 1799. — Michelin Guide
8
$$
International
2 reviews
A distinctly modern hotel restaurant, close to the river in the city centre. — Michelin Guide
8
$$$
European
2 reviews
Converted from one of Bath's Georgian houses in 1969, the Priory is situated on .8 hectares (2 acres) of formal and award-winning gardens with manicured lawns and flower beds. — Frommer's
7
$$
British
3 reviews
The brasserie-style restaurants usually occupy interesting, even historic buildings...the food is hardly ambitious...but it's reliably good and reasonably priced. — Concierge
7
$$
Italian
3 reviews
The small pavement terrace of this neighbourhood bistro is the perfect spot for people-watching in the historic heart of the city. — Michelin Guide
7
$$
Cafe
3 reviews
The city's original lunch stop is still jamming in the punters with its zingy citrus drinks, fruit smoothies and gourmet wraps, soups and sandwiches. — Lonely Planet
7
$$$
European
3 reviews
Eclectic, experimental and wild, this is a mind-blowing culinary experience. — Condé Nast Traveler
7
$$
British
2 reviews
Solid food, solid drinks and a good chat in a stunning gastropub liked by walkers, locals and hungry travelers. — Condé Nast Traveler
7
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
There's no point pretending this funny little place in the heart of Bath is anything other than a tourist trap—but it's actually worth a visit. — Concierge
7
$$
British
2 reviews
A sweet, intimate, split-level restaurant set within one of Bath's oldest buildings. — Michelin Guide
7
$$
British
2 reviews
1 - 14 of 14 results