The Kingsmead Kitchen
Kingsmead Square is a bustling hotspot boasting a handful of eateries that includes the vibrant Kingsmead Kitchen. Known for its superb food and friendly service, the much-loved haunt has recently undergone some alterations, the most notable being the change in name. No matter when you visit, there’s a spark of energy about the place thanks to the enthusiastic staff and cosy, intimate atmosphere.
The team’s passion for sourcing local produce – some of which is from Elcombe Farm in Chalke Valley – is where the magic really begins. Honing the concept of providing food from pasture to plate, The Kingsmead Kitchen brings diners fresh ingredients straight from hedgerows, fields and growers used in the inventive dishes. The ethos here is clear – the faces behind this lovely venue believe food is at its best when it’s happily cultivated, homegrown and homemade, which truly shows in the British dishes on offer. On the menu is a delightful selection of seasonal dishes including colourful salads, warming soups, seasonal specials, famous breakfasts and delicious homemade cakes. On warm days, grab a newspaper and coffee and watch the world go by from the outdoor tables. Whether you’re after brunch, lunch or tea, The Kingsmead Kitchen is a little corner of Bath that’s well worth the visit.