Lunch in Bath
If you’re on the hunt for lunch in Bath, pop into one of our welcoming Bath restaurants in the city centre and further afield for a delicious locally-sourced meal and a proper pint from our unbeatable selection of real Butcombe beers.
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Places To Eat Lunch in Bath
Enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced, home-cooked lunch at one of our restaurants in and around Bath, close to popular attractions like Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, Thermae Bath Spa, and the Royal Crescent.
Fleur de Lys
The Fleur de Lys gastropub is a magnificent, historic gastropub, dating back to the 1500s, complete with stone walls, rustic wooden beams, and a crackling ambient fireplace. Enjoy great food, great beer, and a great atmosphere at this iconic pub-restaurant, close to Bath and the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The George Inn
If you’re in the mood for a classic British pub meal in an atmospheric, historic setting, you won’t find anywhere like The George Inn in Norton St. Philip. This Grade II-listed inn, close to the Roman city of Bath, dates back to 1397, and is one of Britain’s oldest taverns, serving locally-sourced, modern twists on classic pub food and an array of proper Butcombe beers behind the bar. From decadent baked camembert to classic beer-battered fish and chips, and indulgent roast dinners, you’ll find something you love at The George Inn.
The Pig & Fiddle
An iconic pub, beloved by locals, The Pig & Fiddle gastropub in the centre of Bath is a popular stop for both Bathonians and tourists alike, with a selection of seasonal dishes and sharers, award-winning Butcombe beers, local cider, wine and cocktails. Catch the latest big game on the flatscreen TVs, or chill in the atmospheric sun-trap beer garden – and you can’t miss the unique, delicious Piggy sharing roast dinners on Sundays! For a beautiful and boutique place to stay, check out the sister venue next door, Broad Street Townhouse hotel.
Rose and Crown
A short distance from popular South West attractions, cities, and towns, including Bath, Bradford-on-Avon, Wells, Glastonbury, Cheddar, Chew Valley, and right on the edge of the Cotswolds, you’ll find the Rose & Crown inn. With plenty of countryside walks nearby, stop into the dog-friendly, 18th century, stone-clad traditional Somerset inn for a bite to eat to refuel, from the menu of high-quality classic pub favourites. The Rose & Crown is also a beautiful wedding venue, with a large function room, perfect for parties, celebrations, and get-togethers.
The Old Crown Inn
Minutes from the Roman city of Bath, nestled in the outskirts of the Cotswolds, you’ll find The Old Crown Inn in Kelston. The Old Crown is a historic 15th-century country inn with plenty of original features, like its polished flagstone flooring, traditional wooden beams, award-winning beer garden, and three log fires to cosy up next to during the colder months. Enjoy delicious, home-cooked classic dishes for all dietary requirements (vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free) and proper Butcombe beer in a family-friendly, dog-friendly gastropub.