Places to Eat
It’s the best burger in town, and our pick for best in the country. We’re talking about the buttery, full blood wagyu hamburger. Topped with bacon, Gruyere cheese and pickle, the brioche bun is just sweet enough, without reaching overkill. Order it rare (trust us), settle in at the bar with an Old Fashioned, and get ready to experience food nirvana.
Just down the road from the hotel, there is the Italian Ristorante.
Opened by the Milan Chef Marco in June 1999, the Italian Ristorante is an exuberant celebration of the best of Italian food, wine and lifestyle.
The menu is a roster of Chef Marco's lusty creations, incorporating the best and freshest seasonal produce, Italian cheeses, meat, game and seafood, accented with fine Italian olive oils, traditional aceto balsamico and many unusual ingredients that will surprise and delight.
In 5 minutes drive, just next to the Theatre, you will find the Spanish Restaurant.
Combining fresh ingredients, innovative twists on old favourites and a warm and inviting atmosphere – The Spanish Restaurant is the perfect venue for an enjoyable evening.
The set-up is modern, friendly and cozy. Focus is on the food and wines, but it is also a place to see and be seen.
Pizza Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
For a contemporary mix of both modern and traditional Italian food in Bath, visit Pizza Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria. The Pizza Italian Restaurant overlooks The Gallery, the cultural home of the region and is a short walk from the Downtown Interchange.
Soak up the warm and welcoming atmosphere with a wood fire pizza – perhaps the calamari, tiger prawns, black mussels, baby clams pizza or the one topped with pulled pork, parmesan cheese, rocket and lemon dressing. Pasta-lovers can also try the pappardelle with lamb ragu and shaved ricotta cheese or the famous gorgonzola gnocchi is made fresh daily by our chef.