Vegetarian and Super Healthy Food Options in Bath
Demuths Restaurant, situated in North Parade Passage, is a great venue for a mixture of fine dining and a nice healthy lunch or dinner. It is hugely popular with both local clientele and visitors alike who enjoy its stylish modern appeal and great vegetarian cuisine. The meat eaters who go there are known to say that they did not miss it at all. This is because the dishes are so delicious and filling, with plenty of off the wall choices such as fresh ewe’s cheese with roasted carrots, and garlic custard.
A converted church basement is home to the trendy Chapel Arts Cafe. This charming venue offers a broad array of delicious healthy vegetarian dishes. Popular items include delicious pizza with lots of rich toppings and sauces, triple-cheese artichokes (named Chookers) and homemade tzatziki, tabbouleh and hummus. The desserts are truly sumptuous, and there is a choice of multiple fruits, huge meringues embedded in cream, and many other delights. The cafe also boasts two best vegetarian food accreditations from Bath’s Good Food Awards.
The Boston Tea Party has two locations in the city: Alfred Street and Kingsmead Square. One of the most sought after meals is brunch, which consists of brown rice or sweetcorn hash, or a traditional vegetarian breakfast. All the dishes are homemade at the restaurant, which also serves organic milk and free range eggs. If you are vegan, the staff will be more than happy to give you options.
Another award winning vegetarian hang out is the cool Green Rocket Cafe at Pierrepont Street. It has partly earned its successful reputation because of it highly impressive varied menu and its vast choice of wholesome tasty dishes, from squash salads to peanut and sesame noodles. It is open every daytime, and serves evening dinners three times per week.