Foodie Features

5 of Bath’s best family-friendly places

Kate Austin, the co-founder of Spotty Herberts, moved to Bath from Shoreditch seven years ago. She lives in Lansdown with her husband Paul and two children Zill...

Talk of the town: Noya’s Kitchen

Noya’s brilliant Vietnamese supper clubs have been wowing the city’s foodie set for years. But her days of pop-ups are over with the long-awaited opening of her...

Food Resolutions

If one of your New Year promises is to ditch the rich food there’s no need to cancel your dinner reservation, says Melissa Blease. Bath is packed with wholesome...

A taste of Colombia comes to Bath

Colombian born coffee importer Jhampoll Gutierrez Gomez – known to many Bathonians at the Bath Artisan Market and Bath Brunch Market as JP – has opened a coffee...

Meet The Cake Architect

The Cake Architect is a brand new wedding cake business coming soon to Bradford-on-Avon. David Waldren. Credit: Andrew Nash Young businessman David Waldr...

A new family favourite: Giggling Squid

Melissa Blease goes behind the menu to talk to Pranee Laurillard co-founder of the burgeoning Giggling Squid brand of Thai restaurants, on the eve of the openin...

Essential oils: La Trama olive oil

Businesswoman Elena Alcala is converting the south west to the joys of Andalusian olive oil grown in the Spanish sunshine on her family’s farm Elena Alcala h...

Tackling the restaurant no shows

Melissa Blease reports on the issue of people who book tables in restaurants and then don’t turn up The date was set three weeks ago. Dinner this evening, at...

Waste not want not: FoodCycle Bath

Melissa Blease joins the free-for-all supper club with a heart where she meets the local food heroes at FoodCycle Bath who volunteer to cook and host at an open...