Bath

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European
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Eclectic, experimental and wild, this is a mind-blowing culinary experience — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
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Chef Ali Golden has turned this bistro into one of Bath's destination addresses. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
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Elegance is everywhere in this tall, Georgian room, from the string trio and Corinthian columns to the oil paintings and glinting chandeliers. — Lonely Planet
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British
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Proudly proclaiming 'plants taste better', Bath's premier vegetarian restaurant tempts you inside with aromas reflecting its imaginative, global-themed cuisine. — Lonely Planet
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European
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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
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European
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This is one of the most sophisticated little restaurants in Bath. — Frommer's
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Small and slightly twee, this tourist magnet near Bath Abbey occupies the oldest house in Bath, dating to 1482. — Fodor's
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British
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If you’re looking for a proper British tea time, there’s no better place than the Pump Room in Bath. — Afar Magazine
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Cafe
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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
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British
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The queen of Bath's gastropubs, with food that's closer to a fine-dining restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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British
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A huge pub, more suited to a celebration with friends than a romantic dinner for two — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
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The setting – an artfully lit vaulted brick chamber – is superb, and the food matches it for style — Lonely Planet
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British
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— Michelin Guide
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British
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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
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International
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A distinctly modern hotel restaurant, close to the river in the city centre. — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
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Renowned baker Richard Bertinet now has his own cafe in Bath, where you can try his feather-light cakes and French-inspired pastries. He also runs a bakery school off George St. — Lonely Planet
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