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

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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 πŸ€ͺ. 

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), πŸ” (burgers), πŸ• (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)
£-££


Chaiwalla 🌱
By this point, you've probably all heard about Chaiwalla. If you're looking for Indian street food or the best falafel and/or onion bhaji wraps you'll ever get your hands on, head here. They also have samosas, dal & salad boxes. Raj, the owner, is super friendly, chilled and knows all of his regulars. Read our review here.

42 Monmouth Street (Kingsmead Square)
£




Mission Burrito
Great for burritos and tacos. Their guacamole is so fresh and delicious it's definitely worth that extra 70p. Particularly good if you're hungover. They also do rice and salad boxes which are gluten-free and have vegan & veggie options.

4 New Street (Kingsmead Square)
£ 


Goulash
Great for traditional hearty Hungarian goulash (meat & vegan options available) served with rice, mashed potatoes, in a wrap or more. Read our review here.

Green Park Station
£



Whole Bagel
For bagels (obviously). Choose from 7 different bagel flavours and countless fillings. Our personal favourite would have to be either the avocado & smoked salmon with rocket, horseradish yoghurt dressing, lemon and cracked black pepper or the vegan spicy guacamole, jalapenos, roasted peppers and tomato chutney. Yum. They have gluten-free options and you can choose any of their bagel fillings to create a salad instead of a bagel.

8 Upper Borough Walls 
£


Thai Hut 
Incredibly popular with a daily changing menu, head to Thai Hut if you're in the mood for some pad thai, curry or maybe even chilli garlic beef. They always have one veggie option which is usually veggie yellow curry.

Green Park Station
£


Dos Dedos
For nachos, tacos, rice bowls and mezcal cocktails head here. They have vegan and gluten-free options available. Click here for our review.

Edgar Mews, Bartlett Street
£-££



The Oyster Shell
Our favourite chip & ship shop in the whole of Bath. Go here for restaurant-quality fish & chips that you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home. It's by the same team as The Oyster Shell, so there's no surprise there! Click here for our review

5 Moorland Road (Oldfield Park)
££



Bath Sushi 🍣
Our go-to takeaway sushi place when we lived in Oldfield Park. Bath Sushi has a large menu and everything is made fresh in-house (you can see the sushi chefs in action). Click here for our review.

3 Victoria Buildings (Lower Bristol Road)
££




Yen Sushi πŸ£
Another great place for takeaway sushi, particularly if you're at the top end of town. Once again, Yen Sushi has a large menu and everything is made fresh in-house (you can see the sushi chefs in action).

11 Bartlett Street
££-£££


Magu Diner πŸ”
A great place for large, juicy burgers with inventive fillings (their special Magu burger sauce is probably made by angels). We absolutely love their burgers and their fries are pretty good too. Vegan option available. Read our review here.

37 Moorland Road (Oldfield Park)
£-££



Five Guys πŸ”
One of the best burger chains ever opened in Bath last month - perfect timing for self-isolation & takeaway time. This is more of your classic burger, with endless toppings to choose from (you can choose as many as you want for the same price). Their fries are incredible too.

8 Saw Close
£-££


Schwartz Bros πŸ”
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 delicious. Apparently, their veggie burgers are to die for. Read our review here.

4 Saw Close & 102 Walcot Street
£



Meatbusters πŸ”
One of the OG burger places that used to be known as Burgers & Barrells. You'll find the most unique burgers and fries in Bath here, including blue lagoon fries (topped with melted blue cheese and sliced mushrooms). Veggie & vegan options available. Read our review here.

2 Victoria Buildings (Lower Bristol Road)
££



The Oven πŸ•
Neapolitan-style pizza with thin crusts and lots of flavour. There are so many different toppings to choose from, most of which aren't strictly Italian but are delicious nonetheless. You can also get a range of starters, calzone, salads and desserts (their nutella pizza is amazing). Read our review here

3 & 4 Seven Dials, Saw Close
££



Bath Pizza Co πŸ•
Wood-fired pizza with great deals (like £10 for a pizza & a pint - see more here). Gluten-free bases and vegan options available. 

Green Park Station
£–££



Franco Manca πŸ•
Authentic Neapolitan sourdough pizzas (also garlic bread, salads, burrata & some desserts like tiramisΓΉ). Gluten-free bases and vegan cheese available. Our personal favourite - cheap & cheerful!

12 Brunel Square
£



Dough πŸ•
For something a little bit different head to Dough. The dough is made in-house in the Neapolitan-style by specialist artisans from Puglia to make for truly authentic Italian pizza - but there's a twist! Dough has 13 different types of dough to choose from, ranging from a classic sourdough to wheatgrass, hemp and gluten-free purple corn. Aisde from the fact that they look super cool and taste a bit different, it also means that they have pizza for everyone, whatever their dietary requirements! Click here for our review of their Bristol restaurant

14-16 The Corridor
£



Rooted Cafe 🌱
A veggie & vegan restaurant using seasonal, local & sustainable ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Click here for our review.

20 Newbridge Road (Weston)
££



Cascara πŸŒ±
In 2018, Cascara changed ownership hands but stayed true to its roots as a small, independent vegan cafe in the centre of Bath. It's great for juices and smoothies, light lunches like soups, salads and small hummus places (their hummus is amazing) as well as gluten-free and vegan treats. Click here for our review of their breakfast.

3 Upper Borough Walls
£-££



Roots & Shoots πŸŒ±
A plant-based cafe & takeaway spot ideally located by the Bath Spa train station. It's great for salads and mezze boxes as well as sweet treats and hot drinks. They even have vegan croissants! Click here for our review

10 Brunel Square
£-££



Good Day Cafe 
A lovely cafe with delicious cakes, breakfast and lunch items. Our absolute favourite is their banana bread - it's probably the best we've ever had. They also do some salads and other items for lunch. Veggie & vegan options. Click here for our review

12 Upper Borough Walls
£-££



Thoughtful Bakery
The perfect place for bread and pastries as well as some quiches and sandwiches for lunch. We would also thoroughly recommend their doughnuts on Thursdays. 

19 Barton Street
£


Joya Italian Steakhouse
Perfect if you want date night at home. With a full menu of starters (e.g. bruschetta, calamari, beef carpaccio), steak cuts, salads, pasta and desserts, it's a great option. Click here for our review

6 Newmarket Row
££–£££



F.east at Walcot
The most amazing Chinese & HK restaurant in Bath with no frills. Peking Duck is their speciality and they also have lots of different meat & noodle dishes to choose from. They even have a full vegan menu. PLEASE remember to support your local Chinese restaurants as they have been hit (probably) the hardest (at the time of writing). Click here for our review.

66 Walcot Street
££




The Mint Room
Another great option if you're looking for a more fine-dining eating in option. The chefs at the Mint Room create beautiful high-quality Indian dishes with a twist. We have been to several of their events and their food never ceases to amaze. Click here to read about them.

Longmead Gospel Hall (Lower Bristol Road)
£££



Cortado
A British-Argentinian cafe which is perfect for lunch takeaway. They have Argentinian empanadas (which we've tried and they're delicious), sandwiches, quiches and salads. If you bring your own reusable container you'll get 50p off! 

7 Bridge Street
£-££


CafΓ© au Lait 
Our go-to place for breakfast and an awesome place for lunch too. We absolutely love their halloumi fries which are to die for. Veggie options. Click here for our review

12-14 Dorchester Street
££




Cappadocia
A great Mediterranean & Turkish restaurant perfect for all your mezze, moussaka and grilled meat cravings. Click here for our review

4 Newmarket Row
££




Cafe Lucca
For a healthy lunch option with lots of vibrant, colourful salads, choose Cafe Lucca. Aside from salads, they offer gourmet paninis, brioche melts, quiches and a few seasonal plates. Click here for our review.

1-2 Bartlett Street
££

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