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Restaurants in City Centre

 Enjoy elegance and history at Bath city centre restaurants

Bath is one of England's most beautiful cities, known around the world for its stunning Georgian architecture. Bath city centre restaurants, too, are just as elegant and stunning as their surroundings. Whether it's exposed brickwork, subdued lighting or outdoor terraces which make these eateries attractive, you're sure to enjoy a night bathed in classy, refined ambience.

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Côte Bath

Côte Bath

City Centre
French££££
5.4/6780
The Mint Room – Bath

The Mint Room – Bath

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/6421
Piattino

Piattino

City Centre
Italian££££
5.3/634
Bath Sushi

Bath Sushi

City Centre
Japanese££££
5.1/69
Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio

City Centre
Italian££££
5.3/614
CAU - Bath

CAU - Bath

City Centre
Argentinian££££
4.3/63
Pulteney Bridge Restaurant

Pulteney Bridge Restaurant

City Centre
Mediterranean££££
5.2/65
Bear Flat Tandoori

Bear Flat Tandoori

City Centre
Indian££££
2.0/61
Meatbusters

Meatbusters

City Centre
American££££
Be At One Bath

Be At One Bath

City Centre
Bar££££
6.0/62
Indian Temptation

Indian Temptation

City Centre
Indian££££
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    Sample cuisine from across the world at restaurants in Bath city centre

    Bath may be a quintessential English city, but it's very cosmopolitan. Bath is a local hub for East Asian culture, for example, with a Museum of East Asian Art just round the corner from the famous Circus. It's no surprise, then, there are plenty of gorgeous Asian restaurants in Bath city centre. If you're a fan of Japanese delicacies such as yakisoba, sushi and sashimi then Bath Sushi on Victoria Street is ideal, for example, while if you're more of a fan of food from the subcontinent then the kormas and dansaks at Bear Flat Tandoori on Wells Road are great shouts.
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    There's plenty for vegetarians at restaurants in Bath city centre

    Whether you don't eat meat as a rule or you simply fancy trying something different to your usual choices when you eat out, there's plenty on offer for you at the restaurants in Bath's city centre. If you enjoy a good burger, you can go meat-free with the portobello mushroom and cheddar bun at Meatbusters on Lower Bristol Road. And if you're a fan of something pungent and flavoursome, the Indian restaurants in Bath city centre are perfect for you. Try, for example, a mouchuck vegetable curry – fresh and crispy veggies cooked in a creamy honey and almond sauce.
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    Bath city centre restaurants are perfect for relaxing over dinner

    Bath is a charming place, but as a popular tourist destination and local hub for Somerset, it can get quite busy. If you've spent your day visiting sights like Roman Baths or the Fashion Museum, chilling out in one of Bath city centre's amazing restaurants at night is a good move. In a busy place like this, though, don't forget to book in advance. With Quandoo you can find a place online and reserve it in seconds.