FOOD & DRINK

Restaurant review: Absurd Bird

Georgette McCready heads to downtown New Orleans to discover a new take on American fried chicken The new restaurants in Southgate have been lucky when it co...

Special midweek treat at Gidleigh Park

Gidleigh Park is offering a delicious three course lunch with coffee for £50 per person. To celebrate Michael Wignall’s first year at Gidleigh Park, guest...

Time for a taste of culture

Melissa Blease meets Lucie Cousins of Bath Culture House, a champion of the benefits of eating fermented food What have yoghurt, sauerkraut, miso, kimchi and...

Dough Pizza: It’s all about the base

Melissa Blease goes behind the menu of Dough Pizza to find a few surprises – which begin with seven different bases to choose from Is there any problem in ...

Chandos Deli

Housed in a beautiful building on George Street, Chandos Deli is just around the corner from the Royal Crescent. This independently owned café-deli opened its ...

Widcombe Deli

Widcombe Deli has recently undergone a transformation, moving into new premises a few doors up from the original shop on Widcombe Parade. Having worked in th...

Mokoko

Mokoko opened the doors to its small but perfectly formed premises in the summer of 2014 and immediately became a huge hit with locals for its simple focus on g...

Cake Café

After six successful years in SouthGate, this popular coffee shop has relocated to larger premises on George Street into a lovely shop between Revolution and Lo...

Hartley Farm Shop and Kitchen

For a rural, foodie retreat, Hartley Farm Shop and Kitchen in Winsley is the perfect spot. This family run farm is nestled in the Wiltshire countryside just a s...

Jacob’s Coffee House

Jacob’s Coffee House is one of Bath’s original and much loved independents. Situated in the iconic Abbey Churchyard, Jacob’s has been trading for over six...