FOOD & DRINK

Allium at the Abbey Hotel

Treat yourself to some culinary indulgence at Allium, with its relaxed ambience, rustic gold drapes and vibrant art collection. Head chef, Rupert Taylor, has 20...

Giggling Squid

New to Bath and proving very popular, Giggling Squid lends itself to the distinct sharing culture of Thailand. The menu lunchtime tapas and delicious curries, s...

10 local forward-thinking foodies

Melissa Blease meets ten local producers and initiatives who are changing the face of the food industry and tapping wholeheartedly into what’s important right n...

Restaurant review: The Circus

Squeezed into a gauzy oval, the moon looms above the monumental stone curve of The Circus. We see the gathering evening dusk and the reflected Bath-stone glow o...

The Future of food

What will be the next big food trend? What will we be wanting to load in our supermarket trolleys in 2018 and beyond? Melissa Blease investigates and encounters...

The coffee guru: The Colombian Company

Bath’s caffeine scene just got even better with the arrival of The Colombian Company’s first café on Abbeygate Street. Melissa Blease has a flat white with the ...

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...