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Gordon Jones is the name to watch in Bath...
It's not quite the locals' secret it once was, but the Circus is still one of Bath's best...
Bath certainly isn't short on gastropubs, but the Marlborough is still very much top of the class...
This place is a poke in the eye for the corporate coffee chains...
This eclectic cafe is a fantastic place for lunch, offering a choice of set dishes (including a daily roast), served straight from the pans on the counter...
Big, bold flavours are the order of the day at the Chequers: chunky pork chops, venison bangers and braised beef cheek, dished up perhaps with a classy champ mash or a rich red wine jus...
Vegetarian & Vegan
Even the most committed of carnivores can't fail to fall for this long-established veggie restaurant, which consistently turns out some of the city's most creative food – from cheddar soufflé served with figs, walnut...
Authentic Italian food served in a lovely cellar setting complete with barrel-brick roof...
This fabulously frilly tearoom occupies one of Bath's oldest houses, and makes the perfect venue for classic cream tea (served in proper bone china), accompanied by finger sandwiches, dainty cakes and the trademark S...
Bath's very own kaiten (conveyor-belt) restaurant, with colour-coded dishes of nigiri, sushi and sashimi. Look out for unusual options such as hirame (turbot), suzuki (sea bass) and unagi (eel).
Californian flavours such as achiote lamb, pacific crab cakes and spicy baja chicken take centre stage at this popular bistro, run by a couple of ex-LA chefs. The brick-fired pizzas are enormous, too.
Steak, steak and more steak is this place's raison d'être . Top-quality cuts take in everything from porterhouse to prime fillet, all sourced from a Staffordshire farmers' co-op.
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