Food and Drink

The Roman Baths has two venues for eating and drinking, the restaurant in the magnificent 18thc Pump Room which is in the same complex, and the Roman Baths Kitchen opposite the main entrance in Abbey Church Yard.

 

Regarded as the social heart of Bath for more than two centuries, the Pump Room is a striking neo-classical salon where hot Spa water is drawn for drinking. The Pump Room restaurant is open daily for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea, with live music by the Pump Room Trio. Book online here or click on the link to the left to find out more.

 

The Roman Baths Kitchen is opposite the main entrance to the Roman Baths museum and is situated just a few steps away from the iconic Bath Abbey. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, coffee,  lunch, dinner and bar drinks and extends a warm welcome to locals and visitors alike.

 

The Roman Baths Kitchen, in Abbey Church Yard

Image: view of the Pump Room Restaurant

The restaurant in the Pump Room