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 Loch Fyne, boasting an array of character and Bath charm. There are seating areas on the ground and first floors, housing comfy sofas as well as more traditional café style granite tables.

Expansion in 2016 also led to the opening of a second outlet in Bath, situated in Quiet Street. The coffee is excellent; Brazilian beans that are locally roasted and made by trained baristas, ground in front of the customer so as to offer the freshest, tastiest cup of coffee.

A range of different coffees are available including the café’s signature latte. There is a choice of beautiful loose leaf teas, packed full of flavour and subtlety – we challenge you to find a nicer Earl Grey blend anywhere else. The rose garden fruit tea, with whole rose buds, is an unusual and luxurious alternative.

The range of homemade cakes is vast, favourites include: carrot cake, rock cake, triple chocolate brownie, Bakewell cake and Oreo cheesecake, all made daily in the onsite bakery. There are filled baguettes and toasted paninis for lunch as well as bakery favourites, such as Cornish pasties and sausage rolls.

Takeaway coffees are reasonably priced and the café’s loyalty card offers a free croissant after four coffee purchases and a free cake slice after you’ve collected 10 – who could refuse that?

3 York Buildings, George Street, Bath, BA1 2EB and 2 Quiet Street, Bath, BA1 2JS