Bottomless Brunch at Café au Lait, Bath

We always get messages about places to get bottomless brunch in Bath & Café au Lait now does it! For £35pp you get 1 item from the brunch menu, 1 stack of pancakes & bottomless Prosecco, mimosas or Peroni. 

Full English (smoked streaky bacon, Larkhall sausage, poached eggs, house beans, mushrooms, hash browns, tomatoes & toasted sourdough) 🥓

The bacon was perfectly streaky, the sausage was bursting with flavour & the eggs were cooked to perfection. The hash browns & sourdough added nice crunchy elements to the dish and overall everything was very good. 

Dinner at the Indian Pizza Company, Bath

Indian Pizza Company started back in lockdown as a unique new takeaway spot. They've recently opened their restaurant which is has a lovely, casual vibe and vibrant colours.

The main star of the show are their pizzas, which are like an Indian x Italian fusion. The pizza bases are stone baked & hand-stretched Neapolitan style, and are topped with mozzarella, however the flavours are definitely Indian which makes them deliciously unique to the Bath food scene. 

Dinner at Jars Meze, Bath

Jars Meze is an independent, family-run Greek restaurant which we absolutely loved from start to finish. We decided to go for their ‘mezedes’ (small plates) & were advised that 6 was a good amount for 2 people. 

Tigania from Macedonia (marinated pork with caramelised onions, herbs and fresh thyme fried in olive oil) ✨ [£8.90] 

Absolutely divine! This dish was packed with flavour. The thin pieces of pork were incredibly tender & went very well with all of the veggie plates we ordered. 

Htapodaki marinato (octopus marinated in vinegar, garlic, olive oil & herbs, served with chickpeas) 🐙 [£8.90] 

Out of all the dishes, this is the one that transported us to the Mediterranean the most. We find it difficult to find octopus cooked this way in restaurants in the UK so it felt like a real treat. Tender, meaty and really fresh, the octopus was cooked to perfection. The vinegar was quite strong but not overly so, and the chickpeas completed the dish nicely. 

Dinner at Boho Marché, Bath

Boho Marché can be found in the Francis Hotel in Queens Square. They opened in 2020 and, serving Mediterranean and Moroccan dishes, Boho Marché brings 'eclectic dining to the Bath food scene'. Their menu is a great mix between Moroccan and some more contemporary dishes. We were kindly invited to try them out earlier this week, and it was so nice to be back indoors for dining! It's been so long.

Lunch at Bonghy Bo, Bath

Bonghy Bo is an Asian restaurant focusing on Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines. We reviewed them back in July (link to that review 👉🏼 HERE), but they have since had a menu update and also have updated and expanded their outdoor seating area which now has heaters which is great for those chillier evenings.