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Dinner at The Mint Room, Bristol

The Mint Room is one of Bath and Bristol's favourite Indian restaurants, marrying classic Indian dishes with a modern twist to create a high-end dining experience. The Mint Room's Executive Chef, Saravanan Nambirajan, has a Michelin-rated background which shines through the meals.

The Mint Room has recently rolled out their new menu (click here for coverage of the menu tasting in Bath 👈🏼) and this time we were invited to try it out properly in Bristol! When we entered the restaurant, we were greeted and offered drinks in the light and airy bar area whilst we waited for our table.


Dinner at Mother & Wild, Corsham

After driving 25 minutes out of Bath and into the countryside, we arrived at the picturesque Corsham, an idyllic town just outside of the Cotswolds. Situated right on the high street is Mother & Wild, a quaint restaurant, cafe and bar, which was packed considering that it was a Tuesday evening. 

Mother & Wild focuses on wood-fired sourdough pizza and sharing plates, creating the perfect atmosphere for friends, family and loved ones to catch up over a variety of delicious food in a non-pretentious environment. We couldn't wait to get stuck in! 

Dinner at The Curious Kitchen at The Aztec Hotel & Spa, Bristol

The Curious Kitchen is a new restaurant at the Aztec Hotel & Spa in Bristol. The menu changes four times each year to make sure that the most fresh and seasonal ingredients are used to create delicious and innovative dishes. To celebrate their new menu and restaurant, we were kindly invited down to try it out.

Drinks at The Common Room, Bath

Tucked away behind the Assembly Rooms and the Fashion Museum, you will find The Common Room, a fun and quirky cocktail bar with an exotic interior.

Spoiler alert: after going, we've decided that it's one of Bath's best bars. 


Afternoon Tea at Sweet Little Things, Bath

Sweet Little Things tea room and bakery is centrally located, just next to Southgate, and is probably the most 'instagrammable' cafe in the whole of Bath. They offer breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a selection of sweet little things, as the name would suggest. 😉

When walking up to the cafe, the beautiful flower-adorned décor immediately catches your eye. The place is very girly, cheerful and flowery. The pink flower wall with the neon sign is definitely the cherry on top, and for some it might be *too* girly, but we love it! It's something a little bit different in our city. 🌸

Today, we went to Sweet Little Things to try out their classic afternoon tea 🧁 [£16.95 per person].