Bath Restaurants

Often considered a jewel in England's crown, this city is cultured, sophisticated and plain good fun. The Bath restaurants are fantastic! You may have been to Cheddar gorge which is not too far away, but every type of cheese you can think of will be available to discerning diners looking for a special lunch or evening dinner.

Walking along the river, towards those Roman Baths will work up an appetite - and you can be assured of finding food that will make any trip worthwhile. In line with the cultured experience, you can enjoy, a quick trip into the Pump Rooms which allows for Bath buns, cakes, tea and beautiful music from a trio or quartet.

If you want to try the most traditional of meals, then you can visit the Sally Lunn restaurant where you can get food originally brought to Bath by the French refugee. It's a great idea to go for pre-theatre food, or even afterwards!

There are many different styles on offer, going up to the cordon bleu - try Dower House in Bath's famous Royal Crescent - true sophisticated fayre, right in the heart of the City.

If you have a passion for vegetarian food, then try Demuths, the freshest vegetables, many of them sourced locally. This will be a cut above the usual food vegetarians get to sample.