At The Clifton Sausage, the aim is to show that when British food is done well, it can compete with the best food in the world for taste and satisfaction. The restaurant is situated in the heart of historic Bath in a beautifully restored Grade II listed building, with breathtaking views over Bath and the surrounding countryside. Comfort and a touch of class are found in the decor as well as the food and service.
The Clifton Sausage in Bath is the second restaurant for this family-owned independent business, and aims to follow the popularity of the original restaurant in Clifton, Bristol. It’s a child-friendly, family restaurant with baby-changing facilities, highchairs and a children’s menu. The team even welcomes well-behaved dogs into the restaurant, so you can bring your four-legged friends along if you wish.
Of the many varieties of sausages on offer, at least six (including homemade vegetarian) usually appear on the menu at one time. They are served with either mash or champ (mash with chopped spring onion) and onion gravy. Flavours include classic Gloucester Old Spot pork, lamb, mint and apricot, beef and Butcombe ale and, at Christmas time, reindeer and cranberry make a special appearance. Sausage tasting plates and toad in the hole also feature.
As well as delicious sausage dishes, the restaurant also offers a range of British classics that are sure to tempt even the most discerning diners, such as roast rump of Wiltshire lamb, fresh Cornish seafood and a fantastic sticky toffee pudding.
The Sunday roast menu at The Clifton Sausage is just plain scrumptious. As well as offering their full range of yummy sausages, they also serve mouth-watering Wiltshire roast beef and Old Spot pork belly with roast potatoes, vegetables, Yorkshire puddings and lashings of gravy. To book your table, give the team a call or visit The Clifton Sausage website.