Lunch & Dinner Delivery by True Zest, Bath

True Zest is a new delivery service in Bath which just launched today! It focuses on good quality & (mostly) healthy food. Created by a local couple both involved in the Bath food scene, they have created a great business and delicious menu to meet everyone's needs. Their menu (found here) is small but uses local & seasonal ingredients to cater to normal, veggie, vegan & gluten-free diets. 

The lovely owners delivered 90% of the menu to us to try (the only thing that we didn't try were the olives). We were blown away with the level of taste in every dish, and would highly recommend this to everyone who is social distancing (they have a no-contact delivery service - more of that below). 


Takeaway Dinner from Joya Italian Steakhouse, Bath

Joya had a facelift a couple of months ago, transforming itself into an Italian Steakhouse (review here). Fortunately, Joya are still providing a  delivery and takeaway service for anyone who is looking for nicer restaurant-quality food. 

We were so glad to hear that they were open and were even more excited when they asked us if we wanted to do a review of their takeaway offering. Date night, coronavirus style 🦠. 


Takeaway Pizza at The Oven, Bath

The Oven is a firm favourite in Bath for all pizza cravings, and we’re so happy that we can still enjoy them in these uncertain times where restaurants are closed (or open just for takeaway/delivery) and everything seems to have come to a standstill.

The lovely people over at the Oven asked if we wanted to review their delivery service, to which we said of course!

*We've been sharing daily updates on where to find things in Bath over on our instagram account, so make sure to check out our "coronavirus" highlight for info.*


Breakfast at Cafe by FLY, Bath

Nestled in FLY fitness, this café is perfect for anyone who has just been to, or is about to go to a class. They offer lots of healthy and protein-packed dishes to compliment your workout, as well as the usual staples such as coffee and avocado on toast. 

With lots of healthy options, this definitely caters to those looking for a lighter breakfast choice, which is well-suited for a weekday, or pre-workout, when you don't want to feel overly full for the rest of the morning. They offer plenty of shakes and smoothies, in addition to smoothie bowls, which sets them apart from other cafés in Bath.

Protein pancakes with banana, blueberry, strawberry, honey, coconut & nut butter 🥞 [£5.50]

These were so beautifully plated, in a neat stack and surrounded by all the yummy toppings. We noted that even the nut butter had been prettily added to the side, an ingredient which is not easy to present. They certainly lived up to expectations in flavour, being on the denser side and loaded with cinnamon for natural sweetness. 


Burgers from Schwartz Bros, Bath

Schwartz Bros is probably the OG burger place in the whole of Bath. With two locations (Saw Close & Walcot Street), they've been flipping some of the city's favourite patties since 1977. 🍔

They really focus on the quality of ingredients. Their hamburgers are made using whole cuts of beef flank and fore-quarter, simply minced with salt and then char-grilled. Forget about that awful plasticky cheese that you often find in takeout burger shacks - Schwartz Bros use non-processed mature cheddar. Everything is cooked to order and having heard so much about it, we were so excited to try it for the first time (how we have gone this long without trying it we're not quite sure). 


Dinner at the Pig & Fiddle, Bath

The Pig & Fiddle has had a makeover! The back bar has been redesigned, there's new built-in seating with dining height tables and lots of vintage rugs, antique mirrors and an eclectic collection of artwork. It's much more up-to-date and they've also launched a new menu including pub snacks and sharing platters alongside their pub classics. 🐷🎻

Where To Get Takeaway Food in Bath, England | BATH FOOD GUIDE

*Please contact the below places before going to see whether they are still open as the COVID-19 situation develops. For those who offer delivery ONLY during this period, check our instagram page @batheats*

Sometimes you don't feel like cooking and want to order something to takeaway. Sometimes, a virus hits and suddenly you're told to self-isolate but you still want to experience some of the yummy food that Bath has to offer without actually dining in 🤪. 

We've scoured the Bath food scene for all things takeaway and put together this list for all of you in either situation. This list does not include the countless places that you can order from to be delivered to you - these are simply the ones that we would recommend where you can go to to pick up your orders from. You can find delivery services on Deliveroo, Just Eat & Uber Eats

🌱 (veggie/vegan only), 🍔 (burgers), 🍕 (pizza), 🍣 (sushi).


Phat Yaks 
Sister to Yak Yeti Yak, Phat Yaks offers Nepalese street food. This energetic cafe overlooks the hustle and bustle of Kingsmead Square and has so much to offer. From freshly made curry, Buddha bowls and vegan delights to speciality coffee and lassi (Nepalese milkshakes), Phat Yaks is well worth a visit if you're looking for something different for lunch. Read our review here.

3 New Street (Kingsmead Square)
£-££