Restaurant Reviews

No 15 Great Pulteney

Review: No.15 Great Pulteney

Emma Clegg goes wild for the great British Sunday lunch, vegetarian style, at No.15 Great Pulteney as her dining partner shifts to flexitarian, all in the loom...
The Old Crown Inn

Review: The Old Crown Inn at Kelston

Jessica Hope discovers a cosy country pub that is taking the traditional up a notch We’re rather lucky in this part of the country that when we’re on the se...

Review: The Griffin Inn

The griffin is a mythological creature with the body, tail, and back legs of a lion; the head and wings of an eagle; and an eagle’s talons as its front feet. G...

Spring eating at
Green Park Brasserie

Melissa Blease waves in the changing season with a new deli lunch menu at Green Park Brasserie which will kick the afternoon slump goodbye and add a spring to ...

Review: Sign of the Angel

6 Church Street, Lacock, Chippenham SN15 2LB. Tel: 01249 730230; signoftheangel.co.uk Let’s go back to 1480. It was nearing the end of the Plantagenet period...

Restaurant review: The Olive Tree

Russel Street, Bath ​BA1 2QF. Tel: 01225 447928, visit: olivetreebath.co.uk; thequeensberry.co.uk I felt as if we consumed a series of paintings that night. ...

Review: Firehouse Rotisserie

2 John Street, Bath ​BA1 2JL. Tel: 01225 482070, visit: firehouserotisserie.co.uk Spicy Indian dish (five letters), boat race meeting (seven letters), small ...

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...

Restaurant review: Chez Dominique

Georgette McCready says "Vive the French independents!" after visiting Chez Dominique on Argyle Street, Bath Picture the scene. A couple is scurrying along t...