Food & Drink

With Bath situated in the county of Somerset which is well-known for food and drink producers, you can expect a wide range of choice in the vibrant city.

From fine-dining to street food, great food and drink is about experience as well as great taste.

We are offering just a highlight here of the many hundreds of places you can savour Bath’s delights.

Public Houses are an integral part of any city and visiting them allows the visitor to have a glimpse of the way of life of those that live here.


The Pig & Fiddle is an iconic pub in Saracen Street that offers hearty seasonal dishes as well as craft beer, cask ale wine and cocktails.

The Marlborough Tavern can be found just around the corner from the Royal Crescent and is a great spot for a summer pint in the walled garden. See for more information and a selection of other pubs in the city.


Bath’s oldest house, Sally Lunns (c.1482) is a must-visit. It serves historic English food and drink, including the famous Sally Lunn Bun. If you want something more substantial, stay for a candlelit dinner in this wonderful, atmospheric old house. There’s also a small Kitchen Museum attached.


Koffman & Mr.White’s found in North Parade is the first joint venture between culinary legends, Pierre Koffmann and Marco Pierre White. The brasserie-style eatery offers a mix of English and French classics.


The Pump Room is quintessential Bath having been built in 1795. It is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country, and still today after more than 300 years people come together to celebrate in this unique venue.

The Pump Room Restaurant is open daily for morning coffee and afternoon tea.​


Boston Tea Party in Kingsmead Square serve ethically sourced food and drink, including its award-winning brunch and breakfasts, homemade cakes, lunches and main meals alongside specialty coffees, loose-leaf teas, cold drinks and the odd tipple.


The Abbey Hotel serves hand-crafted cocktails in its ArtBar as well as offering internal or alfresco dining, the latter offering views of Bath Abbey and Parade Gardens.


The Olive Tree at the Queensberry Hotel is known for being the only Michelin Star restaurant in Bath, in addition to its 3 AA Rosette status. Chef Chris Cleghorn is fully committed to seasonality and utilising local produce to not only showcase the best of Bath, but the best of British cuisine.


Chez Dominique is a modern French and European restaurant is found just over the historic Pulteney Bridge and comes highly recommended with a wide-ranging menu and wine list.

Bath Farmers’ Market is a real treat for those seeking produce. For summer 2021 this will be located at Green Park Car Park on Saturday mornings. A very wide choice of stallholders offers a very authentic food and drink experience.

Look out for many food events in Bath including The Great Bath Feast which runs from 24th-26th September.

Open Map
Close Map