The Roman Baths Kitchen

The Roman Baths Kitchen

Bistro

0.5 miles
Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LY

Just opposite the main entrance to The Roman Baths in Abbey Church Yard, you’ll find The Roman Baths Kitchen. This original Georgian townhouse has been transformed into a contemporary restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch throughout the week. A more informal alternative to its sister restaurant The Pump Room, The Roman Baths Kitchen’s offering changes with the seasons, with menus that showcase top-quality ingredients from trusted local suppliers.

The menu is satisfying yet concise, offering something for everyone without making the decision too difficult. A real stand-out starter is the Stilton bruschetta with onion relish and a pear salad – a beautiful balance of the sweet and savoury to whet your appetite. The West Country burger is always a treat, while the Langford Farm pork belly accompanied by bubble and squeak and roasted beets intrigues the palate with its quirky take on classic flavour combinations. Chicken and leek pie with creamed mash and greens, and Bath Ale-battered haddock with triple-cooked chips and tartare sauce are perfected classics. British meat and fish sharing boards, and a selection of carefully crafted sandwiches round out the menu nicely.

No visit to this charming restaurant would be complete without a sweet treat. The rhubarb crème brûlée and sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream ice cream both come highly recommended.


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Food Served Times:
Mon:9am-close
Tues:9am-close
Weds:9am-close
Thurs:9am-close
Fri:9am-close
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