Dining in Bath
The city of Bath has a surprisingly enjoyable culinary scene that has a lot to offer visitors who enjoy dining out. Here's a quick tour of Bath's culinary scene that will help you get the most out of your visit to Bath.
--Bath's main dining hub is located at the intersection of Broad and George Streets in the city's east end.
It features several formal restaurants which offer patrons classic English cuisine, seafood and ethnic cuisines. Visitors will also enjoy sampling wines from the restaurant’s wine menus.
--Visitors who enjoy more casual fare will enjoy eating at the takeaway shops located along Westgate Street.
Westgate Street turns into Cheap Street in the city's east end. However, there's nothing cheap about the Fish N' Chips, hamburgers and other quick treats that are served here. Many visitors will enjoy these treats as they take a stroll near the Roman baths and other area attractions.
--Furthermore, no visit to Bath is complete without sampling the fare provided by the area's tea rooms.
Bath features at least one dozen tea rooms that feature traditional tea-time treats such as crumpets, scones that go well with most types of tea. Some of the tearooms also serve simpler fare such as beans on toast. Many tea rooms in the area also serve delicious pastries and deli items that make a perfect lunch while on the go. As a result, travellers will enjoy sampling the variety of foods that are served in Bath's tea rooms.
--Finally, don't forget to visit the cafes which dot Old Bond Street.
Old Bond Street is located just west of Broad Street in the city's east end. It features small cafes that serve sandwiches, old British favourites such as Bangers N' Mash, and deserts. Be sure to try these places out for breakfast to sample their locally produced cereal products.
As you can see, Bath does have something for every gourmet's palate! Have fun exploring Bath's eateries.