Brunch by The Acorn Restaurant at Spring Wharf, Bath's Newest Riverside Development

Spring Wharf is Bath's newest apartment development by the river (just past the other riverside development by the big Sainsburys - map below). 

They focus on 'home made easy', offering 1 and 2 bed apartments with lots of benefits such as a gym, allotments, a resident's lounge and more (for the full list - click here 👈🏼). 

In celebration of them opening, we were invited to a brunch event to check out the beautiful apartments and eat lovely plantbased food supplied by The Acorn Restaurant (who we've visited before - for that review, click here 👈🏼). 

Please note that all photos (except those of the bedroom) belong to Kasia Kiliszek. 

We were greeted by the most wonderful table set up, with beautiful flowers supplied by Bramble and Wild. 

To start, we tried lovely fresh juices from The Juice Collective (who now have their very own shop in Bristol!) and sparkling wine from Dunleavy Vineyards. Dunleavy is a local wine producer in Chew Valley, Somerset and has won several awards such as 'Best Local Wine'. After tasting it, it's not hard to see why. 

We started with The Acorn's classic 'old donkey carrots', which came with a truffle oil 🤩. Everything on this plate was full of different flavours and textures, it was incredible. 

The main course was interesting. It was a rich mushroom parfait, celeriac cooked in its own juice, hazelnut, potato and chicory. 

One of us absolutely loved this dish, but I didn't really because I'm not a massive mushroom fan. The texture of the dish was amazing though, and it was hard to believe that they hadn't used any dairy to create it. Truly innovative. 

Moving onto dessert, it was one of their classics which we had had before - the chocolate ganache with coffee parfait and pink peppercorn crumb. 

This is incredible - it's so rich and full of flavour and the peppercorn crumb really adds another, unexpected, dimension to the dish. 

After the brunch we had an opportunity to look around the flats - they were absolutely beautiful. They're all minimalist and come furnished (from Hay Design) which makes them even easier to move into. 

We would highly recommend the flats to those who don't want to live right in the city centre of Bath, and are looking for something that's a bit more modern. 

They're available from Spring onwards and you can see more photos and find out more information about pricing etc. here 👈🏼. 

Thanks to the team at Spring Wharf and The Acorn who made this event so special 😊. 

Disclaimer: Bath Eats was invited to this press event. We have posted this honest on our social media channels. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own and not influenced by the company, and/or its affiliates in any way. .