Restaurants in Bath love it local
Another string to Bath’s bow is that it’s home to the UK’s first ever farmer’s market, which means, of course, that Bath and its restaurants are very, and rightly proud of their produce. The independent restaurants of Bath love to make the most of everything that’s produced here in the rolling countryside of Southwest England, from glorious cheddar cheeses right through to ales and ciders. Things don’t stop there, as plenty of cafes and restaurants in Bath – particularly if you’ve reserved your table for lunch time – will proudly serve local delicacies such as the legendary, yet still rather mysterious Sally Lunn Bun, the sweet and delicious Bath bun and, of course, Bath Chaps, a frankly artery-clogging treat made from the lower part of pig cheeks, often cured like bacon. All of these plus plenty more can be found ready and waiting to be tried at the annual Great Bath Feast, a fantastic local event that many of Bath’s restaurants contribute to and take influence from.