The Bath House

The Bath House


0.5 miles
Princes Esplanade, Walton on Naze, CO14 8PZ

Since David Green took over The Bath House in 1990, the pub has gone from strength to strength. David and his partner Lenka pride themselves on making guests feel at home as soon as they walk through the door, and it’s this relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere – in addition to the delicious British fare – that has kept diners coming back time and again.

With bar snacks, Sunday roasts, vegetarian options, daily specials and traditional pub classics – including the famous chicken and leek pudding – all on offer, the owners have ensured there is a dish for everyone at The Bath House.

Monday and Wednesday nights are reserved for steak, and for just £25 you and a companion will receive two steaks cooked to your liking and served alongside chips, onion rings, peas, mixed salad and a bottle of wine.

The provenance of ingredients is of the utmost importance to David and his team, who use only the freshest locally caught fish in their seafood dishes. You can look forward to the likes of salmon and cod fishcakes, juicy wholetail scampi and beer-battered cod.

Beer-aficionados are also in their element at The Bath House, which boasts a healthy choice of beer and lager from around the world. Enjoy a pre-dinner pint while admiring the breathtaking views of Walton-on-the-Naze’s beach, and you’ll soon see why this friendly local is so popular.

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