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Restaurants in Bath

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7 places to eat in Bath

Restaurants in Bath
The Pump Room
The elegant and luxurious Pump Room is possibly the best and most famous restaurant in Bath. The spacious living room with crystal chandeliers and live piano music will leave you fascinated if your pocket allows it. It was a bit too expensive for me so I just passed by and took photos. It is located near the thermal baths right in front of the main gate of the Abbey of San Pedro. You can see the baths from the balcony of the restaurant and there is also an option to buy a ticket to the baths and have food in the restaurant for 60 pounds.
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M&S Kitchen Cafe
Bath has many restaurants, which are a mix between cheap and fast food with the finest and most expensive restaurants. It is difficult for visitors to choose because in Bath there is something for everyone. If you are hungry in Bath and you are looking to spend at an intermediate level you should try Marks & Spencer Food Hall. They prepare many different tempting foods at affordable prices for a mid-level tourist, this restaurant is cheaper than many good restaurants in Bath, the great variety of foods will leave you and the family satisfied due to many options, including roasted, fried, Italian food and you can also have a coffee or cappuccino just lounging on sofas available to the great venue.
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Garfunkel's
The first Garfunkel's restaurant began in London in 1979. From there it became a popular restaurant chain. The one in Bath has nice décor and its location could not be better, between Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge on the River Avon. In this restaurant you can choose from a wide variety of foods, grill, pizza, pasta, salads, classic English also have a variety of wines and beers.
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Pret a Manger
This place is for those ve just want to buy something cheap quickly or for those ve just need a snack. You can buy a sandwich or any type of fast food but the croissants with a warm coffee are really delicious.
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Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House
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Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House is a restaurant and tearoom located in the house oldest in Bath (built around 1482). In the seventeenth century, the young Frenchwoman Sally Lunn worked at a bakery and created a kind of brioche that went on to become the famous "bun". The place is still popular today and serves up a variety of tasty buns, both sweet and savory.
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