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Aió Restaurant
Roughly translated from Sardinian, Aió means ‘come and join us’, it’s an appropriate title for one of Bath’s most welcoming restaurants. Currently the only restaurant in the South West specialising in Sardinian cuisine, Aió, on George Street – close to the Assembly Rooms and The Circus – is a unique dining proposition, providing Bath’s gastronomes with an opportunity to step outside of the Italian comfort zone. A modern interior inspired by the warm tones and natural materials of a traditional trattoria leads through to a suntrap courtyard just made for enjoying Aió’s summery cuisine. Head chef Roberto Lilliu puts years of experience working in Mediterranean kitchens to use here, with the menu full of the warm flavours of Southern Europe.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 7 Edgar Buildings, George Street, Bath, BA1 2EE [Map]

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Aqua Restaurant and Bar
Housed in a spectacular former church house, the Aqua Restaurant and Bar is considered one of Bath’s finest Arts and Crafts buildings. The main dining area, gallery and alfresco courtyard provide a theatrical backdrop for the modern European cuisine. Chef Carlo Abbasciano, originally from Puglia, cites a range of Mediterranean influences on his mostly Southern Italian cuisine. In–the-know foodies have long been flocking to Aqua restaurant and bar to enjoy locally sourced produce, Italian coffee, continental beers, Prosecco and Bellini cocktails. Come for a quick, energy-boosting espresso rapido, or settle in for a three-course meal. Traditional snacks such as Parma ham and provolone cheese with artichoke and sunblushed tomatoes are a delicious accompaniment to a full-bodied Italian red.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 88 Walcot Street, Bath, BA1 5BD [Map]

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Bath Minibar
If you’re looking for a discreet place in Bath to bring dinner dates or business associates for a sneaky glass of wine and a delicious bite to eat, Bath Minibar is the place to be. Chic and cosmopolitan, this romantic little restaurant on John Street is a discerning rendezvous point for meetings, celebrations or pre-theatre meals. The sleek décor at Bath Minibar boasts plenty of stainless steel, a minimalist white colour palette, glossy wooden floors and designer furniture. Minibar’s resident chef, Alex Grant Brugada, is a graduate of Salvador Gallego’s famous Michelin-starred restaurant just outside of Madrid, and his rich, creative menu is complimented by a variety of Spanish wines and cocktails.

Cuisine: Spanish
Location: 1 John Street, Bath, BA1 2JL [Map]

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Bath Tea Rooms
Located only moments away from Bath's abbey and boutiques, Bath Tea Rooms is a stylish restaurant situated inside the Abbey Hotel. This is an elegant place for lunch and discreet dinners, and we love the restaurant's design details such as the colourful canvases and contemporary fresh flower displays. Don't be put off by the chic décor – the prices here are reasonable and the menu is filled with old favourites such as Caesar salad, steak burgers and barbecued spare ribs. The restaurant is popular with local ladies who lunch, hotel guests and business types. Don't miss the traditional Sunday lunch, featuring a choice of 2 meats and desset of the day for £9.95.

Cuisine: British
Location: Abbey Hotel, 1 North Parade, Bath, BA1 1LF [Map]

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Brasserie Gérard
This delightful French brasserie on Bath's Grand Parade is a relaxed place for business lunches, family nights out and romantic tête a têtes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – Brasserie Gérard attracts a well-heeled local crowd who adore the fresh French salads and traditional dishes such as the quiche Lorraine. With its stellar service, moreish menu and cosmopolitan vibe, Brasserie Gérard is a firm fixture on Bath's dining scene, and we love classics such as the croque madame made with ham, Gruyere and a fried free-range egg; the Roquefort salad with gem lettuce, raisins and walnuts; and the demi-poulet roasted chicken with herbs and served with frites and a honey-mustard sauce.

Cuisine: French
Location: The Empire, Grand Parade, Bath, BA2 4DF [Map]

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Brunel's @ The Royal
This traditional dining room is set inside The Royal Hotel in Manvers Street, Bath - a grand and recently refurbished hotel that has been in operation since 1846. Brunel's restaurant is a discreet spot for business lunches and evening meals, and is located only moments away from Bath's boutiques and city sights. With plush rose-coloured banquettes, chandeliers and regency striped wallpaper the restaurant attracts a well-heeled crowd, and the menu includes favourites such as steaks, fish and veggie dishes as well as Brunel's signature spicy Mexican fajitas and daily specials. The Royal Hotel also has a stylish lounge bar ideal for pre-dinner cocktails, and a sports bar with a rugby theme and delicious bar snacks.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: The Royal Hotel, Manvers Street, Bath, BA1 1JP [Map]

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Café du Globe Restaurant
Be transported to North Africa on entering Bath’s Café du Globe, a restaurant known as the city’s most relaxed. Although set within a building straight out of the pages of a novel by the town’s most famous daughter, the interior of Café du Globe would likely have had Miss Austen reaching for the salts – a riot of colour and texture, this wonderful restaurant is full of the spirit of Morocco. Great attention to detail has gone in to every aspect of the Café du Globe with not only the décor evoking a different time and place, but the menu too. Indeed the Casablancan uses recipes handed down from his Fez born grandmother, using typically Moroccan ingredients.

Cuisine: Moroccan
Location: 1A North Parade, Bath, BA1 1LF [Map]

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Gascoyne Place
Situated in a unique Grade II listed Georgian building in the heart of Bath, Gascoyne Place has enjoyed many awards and plaudits since its opening 5 years ago. Five distinct spaces (from a traditional pub-like corner snug to elegant Georgian dining rooms) could be your setting in which to indulge in a seasonally changing modern British menu that features daily specials, each ingredient obtained through close links with local farms and fisheries. Located 20 metres from Bath’s Theatre Royal, and overlooking Sawclose Piazza, Gascoyne Place suits pre or post theatre wining and dining marvellously, though not to be outdone, the restaurant hosts its own entertainment with live free jazz sessions from 8pm every Sunday.

Cuisine: British
Location: 1 Sawclose Place, Bath, BA1 1EY [Map]

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GG's Steakhouse and Grill
Nestled next to the Pulteney Bridge, GG's Steakhouse and Grill offers excellent British food in the heart of historic Bath. Boasting lovely views and sleek surroundings, all exposed wood and glass in a modern take on an Alpine lodge – unusual in the setting of Bath’s typically Georgian grandeur. In the summer, diners can enjoy the sunny balcony and terrace overlooking the Pulteney weir and on to the breathtaking bridge, famously inspired by the Ponte Vecchio. Excellent, relaxed food is the order of the day at GG’s, where simplicity and flavour are of paramount importance. Steaks are dry-aged for 28-days, the selection of sides offer something for everyone and desserts are the perfect finish.

Cuisine: British
Location: Spring Gardens Road, Bath, BA2 6PW [Map]

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Green Park Brasserie & Bar
Green Park is set in the imposing former booking hall of the Green Park railway station. The décor inside is as warm as the welcome while the atmosphere is animated and lively with fairy lights strung across the walls, bistro style chairs and tables and photography on the walls. Live jazz performances are kept to a low level to allow for conversation which flows freely over bottles of wine. The British menu uses produce sourced locally – much of it from the next door farmer’s market – to create fresh flavours and attractive, colourful dishes such as monkfish wrapped in parma ham with a tarragon cream sauce.

Cuisine: British
Location: Green Park Station, Green Park, Bath, BA1 1JB [Map]

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