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Dinner at Bill's, Bath

Bill's have a new menu and we were kindly invited down to try it out! 

Breakfast at NOOK, Frome

We love NOOK so much. It’s a great healthy cafe in Frome (around 30 mins from Bath - map below) which does amazing smoothie bowls, juices, buddha bowls, poke bowls etc! The staff are always super friendly and although we've had their poke bowls a couple of times, we hadn't tried their breakfast. 

Eat Out to Help Out: Participating Restaurants & Cafes in Bath, UK

*Please note that due to the number of businesses that have signed up, some restaurants & cafes may be missing. If you would like us to add one, please direct message us on instagram here: @batheats*

From 3-31 August, the government has implemented an 'Eat out to Help out' scheme. What does this mean for us diners? ๐Ÿค”

Between 3-31 August, you can get up to a 50% discount (๐Ÿ˜ฑ) on food & non-alcoholic drinks (up to a maximum of £10 per diner), every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday. You can do this as many times as you like (so you could go every single Mon-Weds in August and get 50% off participating restaurants). For more information on the scheme please click here for the government's website.

We've scoured the internet for all the places in Bath that have signed up to the scheme & have attempted to categorise them here. We hope that you find this list useful - please do let us know via DM on instagram where you end up going. I've personally booked a couple of the more expensive restaurants (e.g. Henry's) that I've always wanted to try and can now do so for a fraction of the price! 

For our favourites, we've added a ✨ next to them (if one of your favourites doesn't have this next to them, it doesn't mean that we don't like it - we just may have never been ourselves so can't comment).

Vegan & vegetarian places have a little ๐ŸŒฑ by them.

Enjoy! ๐Ÿ˜˜

P.S. This works for eat-in only! Takeaways are excluded.

P.P.S. I've also included some places outside of Bath (within 50 minutes) which are right at the bottom of this guide. There are some real gems there so be sure to check it out! 

Cafes

Cafe au Lait ✨
One of our favourite places for brunch in Bath. They have a great lunch menu too. Get the halloumi fries, you won't regret it. Click here for our review.
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12-14 Dorchester Street

Dinner at The Ivy Bath Brasserie, Bath

The Ivy is renowned for its opulent, lavish decor and the Bath branch definitely doesn't disappoint. The high ceilings, large windows, velvet chairs and chandeliers all exude an allure of opulence. Filled with plants and vibrant, rich colours, the main room feels exotic and transports you to a far-away place. The bright lights add to the magical feel, making this a really special place that is perfect for celebrating special occasions.

This time we were kindly invited to The Ivy to try their dishes now that they have reopened post-lockdown. The service was outstanding. Upon arrival, we were warmly welcomed by their front of house who ensured we had our temperature taken using their thermal heat detection camera prior to entering the restaurant. This was super quick and non-invasive. She also showed us the dispenser of hand sanitiser and informed us that there would be a small bottle on every table, before walking us to our table and handing us over to our server. We thought that these coronavirus measures were really great.


Lunch at Taka Taka, Bath

Taka Taka is a firm favourite when it comes to takeaway food in Bath. In fact, you might not be a true Bathonian until you’ve devoured one of their wraps after a night out. But as you may well know, this isn’t your average kebab shop! 

Based in locations across Bristol and in their Broad Street site in Bath, Taka Taka has a focus on high-quality Greek food. Their Bath store has a huge range of deli products too and we discovered that Taka Taka is virtually open for the entirety of the year, only closing on a handful of holidays, and serving their Greek delights until the early hours of the morning.