Breakfast at Good Day Cafe, Bath

Good Day Cafe is run by Steph, a local West Country lady, who always knew that she wanted to run her own cafe. You'll instantly recognise it when you walk past by its pink walls, neon lights and fresh pastries and cakes sitting out on the counter, ready for you to devour. You may also spot a couple of pooches keeping their owners' company while they sip their hot drinks (it's super dog-friendly, perfect for all of our four-legged friends) πŸ•. 




We made our way upstairs, and were greeted with this adorable "doggos of Good Day" wall πŸ₯Ί



We ordered a few drinks; a lemongrass & ginger tea for me and a mint tea for him (after too much drinking the night before)...

... and got stuck into the menu - everything looked so good, so we got a mix of sweet & savoury. 




We first tried the toasted banana bread with greek yoghurt, fresh bananas and honey 🍌🍯 

This is definitely a must-have at Good Day Cafe and was our favourite dish! The banana bread was moist and very moreish and its sweetness was offset by the tart Greek yoghurt. The fresh bananas and honey added nice textures and flavours to the dish. It's one of the best banana breads we have ever had.

πŸ’° £6.50 


We then had the avocado toast with chilli, topped with smoked salmon πŸ₯‘πŸžπŸŒΆπŸŸ

The avocado and salmon were both very fresh and flavoursome, and the chilli added a nice kick without overpowering the meal. On the menu it's just the standard avocado chilli toast, but you can add some toppings for extra if you would like to - smoked salmon was only £1.50 extra - much cheaper than rival brunch spots. With a fresh squeeze of lemon, rocket & some chopped radishes, it's the perfect savoury breakfast.

πŸ’° £7



To finish we had the house granola with berry compote, fresh bananas, honey and coconut yoghurt πŸ“πŸŒπŸ―πŸ₯₯

This dish usually comes with greek yoghurt, but you can switch to coconut yoghurt (dairy-free alternative) for an extra 75p, which is what we did. The coconut yoghurt had a great consistency (normally it can be a bit weird/watery) and is a fab alternative for those who don't eat dairy. The granola itself was good, but nothing out of the ordinary. The berry compote was nice & sweet, and the fresh bananas added a nice texture variation. 

πŸ’° £7.25


Some say that the interiors are *too* "instagrammy. We would say that this depends on your taste. Yes, there are neon signs, pink chairs and potted plants everywhere, but this is not (and shouldn't be) offputting in any way. It's a cosy place for a coffee, breakfast or lunch with friends, or even just by yourself or with your dog!



🀡🏻 The staff are super friendly and chatty, were eager to assist if you needed some help with the menu (which we did because we couldn't narrow it down) and the food came out quite quickly.

🌿 One gluten-free option (granola) and a few vegan options (vegan full english, avocado toast, toast with spreads). Nuts are clearly labelled on the menu. 

πŸ’° £ - the salmon avocado toast, in particular, was such good value, whereas the granola could have been cheaper. 


Disclaimer: Bath Eats was invited to Good Day Cafe on a complimentary basis in return for an honest review to be posted 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. 

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