The Best Hotel Restaurants in Bath
The Michelin-starred Bath Priory is a very welcoming oldy worldy hotel with a gorgeous terrace which is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the surroundings on a warm day or evening. The restaurant offers an excellent set lunchtime menu that is exceptionally good value. It is also well known for its delicious petits fours, which are said to be the best outside France.
Casanis is a superb Gallic bistro just close to the famous Assembly Rooms. It boasts a charming courtyard and an elegant interior to ensure that dining is a memorable experience. Service is very personalised as the cooking and organisation is done by the owners, a first-class French chef and his wife. All the dishes on the menu are authentic, and the delicious food is based on classics from South West France.
Located in the centre of the Royal Crescent, the city’s most glamorous hotel, Dower House, offers a top notch restaurant. This is perfect for anyone wanting a five-star dining experience in stylish blue and gold surroundings that are typical for a classical Georgian building. Here you can be served some house champagne or an aperitif and canapes while you are sitting in the restaurant’s interior or in the enchanting grounds and lawns in good weather. There is an interesting menu which comprises contemporary-meets-classical cuisine. Some of the favourites include duck fat soldiers, pork skin crumbs, organic duck’s eggs, crispy chicken skins, and duck’s liver’s torchon. There is also a selection of mouthwatering desserts to wrap up a fabulous meal.
The sophisticated contemporary hotel restaurant, Allium Brasserie, is situated in the centre of Bath, near the river. This is the place to go for meals which are extremely well presented. The menu is exciting, and comprises dishes which derive from Mediterranean, Asias, and UK classics.
Located on the lower ground floor of a boutique hotel, the unusual Olive Tree restaurant offers three dining rooms and a small bar. The menu features contemporary British food with a Mediterranean twist.