We’re lucky in the south west to have so much choice in places to eat, whether we’re grabbing some street food on the go, taking a friend out for coffee and cake, or wining and dining our beloved by candlelight. In our Delicious Guide, The Bath Magazine uncovers the top gastronomic gems which celebrate the diverse culinary culture on offer in our city. Known for serving up great food with superb service and a wonderful atmosphere, these are the places you'll want to return to again and again.

The Delicious Guide

The Delicious Guide to Bath 2017
All the Best Restaurants in Bath 2017

Amarone

Amarone is a unique independent Italian restaurant situated in the elegant Georgian building that was once home to Richard ‘Beau’ Nash, the renowned socialite. ...

Phat Yaks

With freshly cooked food and the use of subtle spices, Phat Yaks has brought all the passion that makes its older sibling Yak Yeti Yak so popular to a café in K...

Noya’s Kitchen

Noya’s Vietnamese Supper Clubs have long been one of the hottest dining tickets in Bath, and we just love its new home on St James’s Parade. The stylishly beaut...

Tasting Room

Located in the heart of Bath, Tasting Room offers up a selection of fine wines and spirits. Specialising in wines from around Europe including the historic regi...

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...

The Clifton Sausage

The Clifton Sausage has been a Bristol institution since 2002. In that time it has built up a stellar reputation for serving delicious dishes made from fresh, l...

THE CIRCUS RESTAURANT

This is one of Bath’s very best and a well-loved entry in our Delicious Guide each year. A small, very busy, much-admired, family-run business, The Circus Resta...

The Olive Tree

Beneath The Queensberry Hotel is the 3 AA rosette Olive Tree, one of Bath’s longest established independent restaurants, offering relaxed fine dining in a conte...

Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen

Just around the corner from Bath Abbey is a cosy modern bistro which has made a big name for itself. Under the guidance of head chef Steven Yates, Acorn puts ve...

Chez Dominique

Chez Dominique is a family-run restaurant serving local and seasonal French and European food. Included in The Good Food Guide 2018, they received Best French a...

The Brasserie at Lucknam Park

Set among the 500-acre Lucknam Park estate, The Brasserie at Lucknam Park is a contemporary and stylish restaurant perfect for morning coffee and pastries, ligh...