Bath restaurants are perfectly in tune with the upmarket vibe of this picturesque pocket of Somerset. In a city famous for its namesake Roman baths, which were ceremoniously re-opened to the public in 2006, visitors and locals alike can enjoy Bath’s abundance of elegant, charming eateries.
The West Country is nothing without its farming and apple-growing traditions. Accordingly, restaurants in Bath are quick to serve the best in local produce, from meats and cheeses to formidable ciders. The Hare and Hounds is no exception, and as it’s situated just on the edge of the city, the local views are spectacular, too.
Talking of views, The River Canteen also boasts some rather splendid vistas, this time over the water. Modern Italian flavours grace the menu here; look out for an impressive selection of pizzas, pastas, and main courses. The River Canteen doesn't disappoint on desserts either, with gelato, panna cotta, and tiramisu all on the menu.