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No. 5 Bistro
No. 5 Bistro serves modern French cooking in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Daytimes attract the business lunchers, while evenings are candlelit and intimate. Specials change daily, main menu changes seasonally. We recommend starters like the saute of lamb's sweetbreads and mushrooms in pastry with Marsala sauce, followed by mains like marinated, grilled poussin. Homemade soup is usually irresistible. There's a great bring your own wine offer -- no corkage -- on Monday and Tuesday evenings.
Address: 5 Argyle Street
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: French

The Olive Tree - Bath
In its eight years, the Olive Tree Restaurant in the Queensberry Hotel has gained local popularity and national renown as one of the premiere dining places in Bath. The hotel is a stylish contemporary boutique hotel, but the restaurant is an oasis of calm modernity, with excellent British food served with a great attention to detail in relaxed, informal surroundings. Menu changes frequently. Recent hits include starter of grilled fillet of red mullet with pumpkin and cardamon risotto, and main course of grilled loin of marinated venison with celeriac and spiced pears. Your mobile can't get a signal here, so you may as well relax and have a pud -- pre order the hot chocolate mint souffle.
Address: Queensbury Hotel, 4-7 Russel Street
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: British

Homewood Park Restaurant
When you're weary of the rat race and yearn for quiet, beauty, and, incidentally, a great meal, then Homewood Park is where you should head. Set in a lovely Georgian country house overlooking ten acres of idyllic gardens, Homewood Park is welcoming, sophisticated but unassuming, and altogether the perfect antidote to stress. The contemporary British cuisine has won many accolades, with adventurous dishes like braised Bourgogne snails with crepes, spinach and basil noodles, and loin of West Country lamb with aubergine, tomato and lightly smoked haricot blanc sauce. The Discovery menu is a treat. Caring, attentive sevice.
Address: Hinton Charterhouse
Price range: £45 (€64)
Cuisines: British

The Bath Priory Hotel & Restaurant
toptable Dining Awards 2007 - Runner-up: Top Rated category

The Bath Priory restaurant in Bath has held a Michelin star since 1999. Found within the Bath Priory Hotel, a Georgian mansion of honey-coloured stone, it’s a great place when you want sophisticated food in an elegant setting. Head Chef, Chris Horridge, turns out stellar dishes with a strong emphasis on kitchen garden ingredients and an inventive use of traditional herbs and flowers. For starters, try the home-cured salmon fragranced with alder bark smoke and served with creamed nasturtium, or foie gras ‘kilner’ with sycamore sap, cow parsley purée and sweet bread. Mains might be pink and tender pigeon with salsify, appled lentils and root syrup or John Dory confit, with romano pepper and seeds. Complete your taste buds’ amazement with a caramel soufflé, served with green chartreuse and kifir sorbet. Where possible, all meat is locally sourced and the menu sticks closely to what’s in season – an approach that Horridge’s former mentor Raymond Blanc would be proud of.
Address: Bath Priory Hotel, Weston Road
Price range: £55 - £64
Cuisines: British

The Hole In The Wall
Recently refurbished and under enthusiastic new ownership, The Hole in the Wall has a new lighter feel, while retaining the ambience in which some of the country's finest chefs have learned their trade. After the first year's trading the new owners were awarded 'Best Business Lunch of the Year', plus great reviews from luminaries as the Guardian as well as compliments and accolades from regular customers and new visitors. The kitchen under the guidance of head chef Mike Mills, who's worked under Rick Stein among others, has created a menu strongly themed on the superb local west-country produce. Everything's made onsite, including breads and ice creams. A constantly-changing set lunch/pre-theatre menu (12noon-3.00pm, 6-7.00pm, running all evening on Monday and Tuesday) and a fantastic a la carte menu. The Hole in the Wall aims to become a much-visited, friendly local restaurant, as well as one for special occasions. A carefully-created wine list comes courtesy of Guy Adams, Managing Director of local independent wine merchant Heritage Wine and co-owner of the restaurant, allowing The Hole in the Wall to offer reasonably-priced options from around the globe to tempt anyone’s palate. Choose from over 70 wines, dozens available by the glass. The Hole in The Wall has returned as one of Bath's culinary focal points.
Address: 16 George Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: British

Mezzaluna Ristorante
If you’re a theatre buff you’ll love Mezzaluna. It’s bang next to the Theatre Royal in Bath. Take in a show, and take in a meal too. They do a prompt pre- or post-theatre menu for under £14 for two courses. Or you could save the show for another evening, and take your time at this stylish Italian restaurant. The curtain rises on the antipasti – crostone con fegatine (featuring pan-fried chicken liver with shallots, Chianti and chilli). For act two, the protagonists include garganelli alla scapece – with courgettes, rugola and garlic; salmone alla ligure – with pecorino, herbs and pesto; and rack of lamb with the chef’s own blueberry sauce. And how about profiteroles for a dramatic climax? You’ll leave wanting more. Just don’t get carried away with Italian passion and shout ‘encore’. Save that for the theatre.
Address: 7a Kingsmead Square
Price range: Under £24 / €34
Cuisines: Italian

Le Flamma
Situated on George Street, perched on the edge of Bath’s city centre, Le Flamma is a hidden gem away from the usual tourist traps. With its timeless decor and stylish clientele of all ages this is a place which wouldn’t look out of place in any cosmopolitan city in Europe, a million miles away from the twee Englishness of Jane Austen styled tea rooms. The food is a breath of fresh, French air too, taking the cuisine of the Alsace region as a template for a rich, moreish menu while the opportunity to drink champagne by the glass just can’t be passed up
Address: 7 Edgar Buildings
Price range: £24 / €34 and und
Cuisines: Other

The Dower House @ Royal Crescent
The Dower House restaurant at The Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath –if an English hotel and restaurant have a more perfect setting, we don’t know of it. The frontage of the Royal Crescent is a masterpiece of Georgian architecture and the gardens, where The Dower House restaurant is set are leafy, secluded and lovely. Newly refurbished, The Dower House now features an elegant dining room and a super cool bar as well as a sunny terrace and manicured lawns for romantic al fresco dining. Head Chefs Gordon Jones and Mark Brega have created a modern British menu inflected with Asian and Mediterranean influences. Our pick? The French quail tart with creamed leeks and braised Puy lentils with Pommery mustard thyme sauce.
Address: 16 Royal Crescent
Price range: £45 / €64 and ove
Cuisines: British

Demuths Vegetarian Restaurant
For over 19 years, Demuths Vegetarian Restaurant has been a favourite not only in Bath, but throughout south west England. A variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes are created by a team of young chefs for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and an all organic wine list round a meal off nicely. Kids menu also available.
Address: 2 North Parade Passage, Off Abbey Green
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: Other

Raphael Bar and Restaurant in historic Bath is a French foodie's paradise. Decor is a bonhomie mix of Parisian brasserie chic, and a heavily French-influenced menu features a good range of evening Chef specials and a catch of the day board. A blend of European and New World bottles make up the well-priced wine list.

To book the Taste of Summer promotion for this restaurant, please call the restaurant directly.
Address: Gascoyne House, Upper Borough Walls
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-

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