Bath and the Cotswolds Restaurants

Good restaurants dot the region, thanks to a steady flow of fine chefs seeking to cater to wealthy locals and waves of demanding visitors. The country's food revolution is in full evidence here. Restaurants have never had a problem with a fresh food supply: excellent regional produce, salmon from the rivers Severn and Wye, local lamb and pork, venison from the Forest of Dean, and pheasant, partridge, quail, and grouse in season. Also look for Gloucestershire Old Spot pork, bacon (try a delicious Old Spot bacon sandwich), and sausage on area menus.

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  • 1. Chez Dominique

    $ | French

    The enticing prix-fixe menu attracts diners to this award-winning French restaurant which has an excellent fixed-price menu and is renowned...Read More

  • 2. Sally Lunn's

    $ | British

    Small and slightly twee, this tourist magnet near Bath Abbey occupies the oldest house in Bath, dating to 1482. It's famous for the Sally Lunn...Read More

  • 3. The Daffodil

    $$ | British

    Housed in a former art deco cinema, The Daffodil is themed along 1920s lines with a touch of glamour and an enticing menu. The menu features...Read More

  • 4. Casanis

    $$ | French

    Dappled sunlight on the stripped wood floor, small tables covered with white linens, and Provençal antiques and bottles of pastis make this...Read More

  • 5. Tilleys Bistro

    $$ | French

    This intimate, bow-windowed French eatery presents alluring meat, vegan, and vegetarian dishes offered in small, medium, and large portions...Read More

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