The Roman Baths Kitchen
Nestled amongst some of Bath’s most iconic sites, including the Roman Baths and the Pump Room, you’ll find the Roman Baths Kitchen. This charming neighbourhood brasserie is housed in an enchanting Grade II listed townhouse. Striking the perfect balance between traditional Georgian architecture and more contemporary decor, the setting is warm and inviting. Open all day, guests can visit The Roman Baths Kitchen for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner and enjoy reinvented British classics with an emphasis on locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. You can also pop by to refresh yourself with a glass of wine or a few cocktails after exploring the city’s magnifi cent sites.
Created by quintessentially English restaurateurs Searcys, the menu boasts feel-good dishes such as Bath ale-battered cod with triple-cooked chips. You’ll also find delights like the popular West Country burger, and vegan chargrilled aubergine, spiced tomato and chickpea stew with coriander hummus and flatbread to intrigue the palate with exceptional flavour combinations. The menu is nicely rounded off by local meat and fish sharing boards, and a selection of carefully crafted sandwiches. Why not complete your visit with a sweet treat? The ruby poached pear with vegan vanilla ice cream is a refined pleasure, while the classic treacle tart with clotted cream is sure to delight traditionalists.