Great Restaurants in Bath
There is a fantastic choice of restaurants in Bath, and whether you are going for lunch or dinner on your own, as a couple, or with the family, you are guaranteed a marvellous choice.
The Eastern Eye, for instance, is a renowned Indian restaurant which is well placed among Bath’s architectural masterpieces. Here you have a seemingly endless choice of sumptuous food to choose from, and the waiters are extremely helpful. It is also very reasonable priced.
Menu Gordon Jones is a very small cosy restaurant which has an enticing open kitchen where you can get up close and personal with what is on offer, and just eight tables. The food is such a high standard that it is recommended by the Michelin Guide. Every day, Gordon Jones offers tasting menus which highlight special complex modern dishes including rabbit kidneys and beef tenders. Booking a table is advised.
Graze, which is located right by the Bath Spa Station in Brunel Square, is a contemporary industrial style restaurant with a great buzz. This is a very interesting location, as it is in the railway’s Vaults re-development. It features a large terrace with an excellent panorama for people interested in railways, and anyone else who likes an experience which is a bit different. Here you can be served the restaurant’s own mouth watering ales which are sourced from their very own brewery, and enjoy selected items on the grill menu such as the Josper oven-cooked steak.
The Mint Room is trendy cutting-edge Indian restaurant which has a unique style of its own. It is hugely popular with anyone who loves Indian food and a ritzy ambiance. The head chef is well known for his menu of sumptuous dishes which stem from different regions of India: they boast modern and traditional elements and are extremely well presented.