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Jamie Oliver can serve up a decent bowl of pasta. I mean if you're looking for Michelin level cuisine this isn't it but you get generous portions of hot, tasty food and it isn't outrageously expensive. Good spot to just drop in, eat and go. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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They have a limited number of options on the menu which is good because they can concentrate on getting everything just right - and they do. The food is delicious and the place well worth the 110 miles we drove to get there! It's been over twelve years since I first went there while passing through Wells on work, it's changed, it's even better than I remembered! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The Romans borrowed much from their Etruscan predecessors, alphabet, gods, rituals and their culinary skills. Some say that Italian cooking is the mother of western cuisine. Meal times become occasions for friends and family to meet, relax and gather together at the table sharing both good food and conversation. Your hosts Nunzio, Franco and Luigi maintain this tradition, providing the best that Italy has to offer.
Long simmered soups, deliciously sauced meat and poultry dishes, the freshest of fish, homemade pastas, fabulous stone baked pizzas and fine cheeses. Plus a list of carefully chosen wines from Italy's leading producers. All this complimented by wonderful cakes and ice creams as only the Italians know how to make. Martini restaurant is just like Italy itself, colourful, exuberant, and happy...a visit, in this city with it's Roman past, is a must.More
Built in the early 1790s, The Pump Room is one of the city’s most elegant places to enjoy stylish, modern-British cuisine.
Offering delicious breakfasts, lunch and traditional afternoon teas, it remains the destination to meet, dine and soak up the entertainment daily.
Historically frequented by Bath high society, guests can still take the waters, with curative powers of the hot springs. Over 200 years later, most of the splendid Georgian features are unchanged creating a timeless feel, enhanced by our famous Pump Room Trio and resident pianists.
Popular dishes include:
Free range poached eggs, lightly toasted muffin, Hollandaise sauce and grilled Wiltshire ham;
The Pump Room Prawn Cocktail;
Clarence Court duck egg, bubble and squeak, spinach, hollandaise;
Bath bun bread and butter pudding, custard;
Beau Nash Tea with Glass of English Greyfriars
Somerset High Tea with local specialities including delicious local cider and apple cake, and apple jam.
The Scallop Shell is an award winning fish and chip restaurant and seafood grill in Bath. We serve up traditional favourites like lightly battered, flaky cod and haddock and seasonal delights from the early morning coastal markets. Our chips are peeled and freshly cut from the best seasonal spuds and prepared daily for you in our beautiful spud room.
The Scallop Shell is driven by a passion for seafood from Garry Rosser, who returned to the city where his career as a chef began when he opened the Scallop Shell in 2015. Now occupying two floors and a beautiful terrace, The Scallop Shell is open for lunch and dinner. More