Best Restaurants and Cafes in Bath, UK (Guide)

The Olive Tree, Bath

Bath City, UK is known for all its scenic tourist traps like historic castles, manors, or the fresh air of the woodlands, but the journey for any avid tourist would not be complete without experiencing fine dining. In Bath, tourists can find a wide variety of restaurants and cafes with their tastes.

We have sampled ten of these restaurants and cafes you can try on your next visit to Bath city.

1. Acorn

            If you are a vegetarian, then this restaurant is the place for you. The plant-based diet served on this fine-dining restaurant harvests the raw ingredients from the neighboring farms from the west, ensuring that you only get the freshest ingredients for your vegetarian meal. But make sure to book early for your next visit.

2. Chez Dominique

            France is known for its stellar restaurants and excellent dishes in general, but did you know you can also experience it right here on British soil? Chez Dominique offers the best of France, so have a seat at this restaurant and dine while you gaze upon the magnificent view of Pulteney Weir.

3. Sotto Sotto

            Enjoy the cultures of two peoples in Sotto Sotto after filling your memories and cameras with all the eye-catching walks and tourist attractions that Bath City has to offer. Here tourists can enjoy traditional Italian dishes. Begin your mouth-watering adventure with their homemade pasta and conclude with a glass of wine.

4. The Olive Tree

            So far, we have been discovering restaurants that offer dishes from foreign lands, but we’re here to enjoy what Bath has to offer, so how about a little something more British? If you have never tasted authentic British cuisine, then at the Olive Tree is where one you must go. But of course, this is only one of many restaurants that serve British food.

5. Sally Lunn’s

            Is it just me, but does this place sound like it came from the wild west of the USA? It must be because it almost rhymes with saloon, but rest assured that Sally Lunn’s is British in origin. It is known for the bunns and is also an excellent place to hang out for afternoon tea.

6. Yen Sushi

            Experience the world of the west while munching on food from the east, specifically Japan. Nothing says Japan more than sushi on plates, dressed with a variety of spices while all delivered to the patrons on a conveyor belt. Mixing tradition and modern technology is one of the things, other than anime and manga, the Japanese are known for.

7. The Dark Horse Bar

            It also goes simply by the name the Dark Horse is a place that serves cocktails for both patrons and tourists. The raw materials used to create the beverages all come from the neighboring farms, so tourists and patrons are guaranteed only the freshest drinks on a hot day. When it comes to the ambiance, the interior is dark but not spooky. It’s perfect for times when people just want to sit down and have a chat with friends and family.

8. Society Cafe

            For people who are out to look for cafes, not all may accommodate your four-legged friend, but this place is great for those times when you want to just sit down and relax while your dog wagged its tail about.

            Enjoy their servings of hot coffee, cake, and pastries. This place is for people of all ages, especially the children. Treat them to some delicious cakes.

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