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The Pump Room Restaurant

The Pump Room Restaurant

The Pump Room Restaurant in Bath is one of the city’s most elegant places to enjoy stylish, modern-British cuisine. It is open daily for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

Opening Times and Menus

Please note: Menus are subject to change. 

Image: Champagne afternoon tea

For more information and menus please visit the Pump Room website. To book a table please click here or call 01225 444477

Bookings can be made Monday - Friday only. 
Saturday - we operate a queuing system during the day. Reservations can be made for dinner (July & August) 
Sunday - bookings can be made for breakfast and lunch. In the afternoon we operate a queuing system.

Pump Room Gift Vouchers

We have a variety of gift vouchers available which make perfect presents for friends and family! Click here to purchase gift vouchers online. Vouchers are valid for 12 months.

  • Traditional Pump Room tea
  • Special champagne tea 
  • Celebration package
  • Gift vouchers

New afternoon teas available until 30 June

Jane Austen Tea
This beautifully elegant, Jane Austen Tea is served with a pot of Pump Room blend loose leaf tea, a glass of Fentimans ginger beer, Bath chap & ham hock terrine, mini Bath bun, egg custard and nutmeg tart, rhubarb syllabub dessert with almond crumble. £26.00 per person.

Somerset High Tea
This Somerset High Tea includes two mouth-watering savouries, the chicken and fennel sausage roll and a free range scotch egg and for dessert a deliciously sweet apple cider cake. The tea also includes a crisp and invigorating Orchard Pig Cider. £18.95 per person.

Walk-in tables available daily. Book a table online or for more information call 01225 444477 or email [email protected]

Spa water fountain

You can try the hot spa water at the fountain in the Pump Room. It contains 43 minerals and has a rather unusual taste. Spa water has been used for curative purposes for two thousand years. Originally treatments involved bathing in the hot waters, then in the late 17th Century drinking spa water also came to be a recognised treatment for certain conditions. Today we use the hot spa water to heat the Roman Baths and Pump Room site in winter.

Spa water fountain in the Pump Room