Best Brunch and Bottomless Brunch in Bath – Bath is such a beautiful and historic city, if you are planning a trip in then why not consider relaxing over a fine brunch? You could even make a day of it with a bottomless brunch (just make sure you don’t plan much for afterwards if it is a boozy one!). Here are a list of suggestions for the best brunch in Bath.
The Botanist – Boozy Brunch
The Octagon (No. 25 Part 46A and 28 Milsom Place, Bath BA1 1BZ
The Botanist have a fresh new offering for brunch that you can upgrade to bottomless brunch if you would like (and what’s not to like?). You choose a dish from six different sections of the menu – each section has three options. Think items like:
Fried eggs | V
with chilli and chives
Baked shakshuka | V
with crème fraîche and flatbread
Cumberland sausage wheel
and maple streaky bacon
Smoked trout and salmon pâté
with dill, capers and flatbread
and lots, lots more. Many vegetarian and vegan options too. You can also choose from various unlimited fruity Spritz’, Prosecco and Beer.
See more details as we have reviewed Bottomless Brunch at The Botanist here. (LOTS of food and drinks pics!)
All Bar One – Bottomless Brunch
11-12 High St, Bath BA1 5AQ
All Bar One “is a stylish space for spirited people to meet with friends. We’re all about celebrating life and sharing food, drink and experiences together. We’re here from your morning coffee to those Saturday night Espresso Martinis and everything else in between. Our menus are created with socialising in mind, so you can graze over tapas or sip on those scroll-stopping cocktails to your heart’s content — get ready to live your best life.” Brunch options include:
Toasted English muffin topped with smoked salmon and poached free range eggs, served with omega seed sprinkle and lemon hollandaise
British pork sausages, streaky bacon, free range eggs, roasted mushroom, tomato, baked beans and toasted sourdough
Handmade beef patty with our signature burger sauce served in a seeded bun with gherkin, lettuce, red onion, tomato and seasoned fries
We visited recently and reviewed the Bottomless Brunch at All Bar One – read our review for lots more info and food photos!
Slug and Lettuce – Bottomless Brunch
5–6 Edgar Buildings, Bath BA1 2EE
Slug and Lettuce do a Bottomless Brunch. You will need to pre-book. You can indulge in selected brunch dishes and enjoy unlimited glasses of Prosecco, Mimosas, Aperol Spritz, Bloody Marys, Pints of Amstel, Virgin Marys or selection of soft drinks for two hours! Available every day. You can enjoy favourites like the full English breakfast or ‘Pornstar pancakes’ – five American pancakes, topped with a Prosecco, vodka mango and passionfruit compote. If you spend a little more you can upgrade to a more lunchtime menu with items like a BBQ rump steak sandwich, Halloumi and avo sandwich or Tostada topped with chicken and chorizo. With a further upgrade you can go for Pornstar Martinis.
See more details as we have reviewed the Slug and Lettuce Bottomless Brunch here.
Las Iguanas Bottomless Brunch
12 Seven Dials, Bath BA1 1EN
Las Iguanas do a bottomless brunch. The deal is: you get to choose a starter and a main from their brunch menu and then you can indulge in bottomless Prosecco or draught beer for 90 minutes from when you are seated. Bottomless brunch is available every day of the week. On Saturdays it is served from 11am until 3pm (last booking at 1.30pm), and every other day it is served from 11am until 5pm (last booking 3.30pm). You can also upgrade to bottomless cocktails. Dishes include enchiladas, burritos, wings and burgers.
See more details as we have reviewed the Las Iguanas Bottomless Brunch here.
Bill’s Restaurant for Brunch
7-8 Cheap St, Bath BA1 1NE
Bill’s has a lovely eclectic, home from home, comfortable feel to it. Brunch plates include:
Two fried free range eggs, smoked streaky bacon, Cumberland sausage, roasted plum tomatoes, mushrooms, potato rösti, baked beans, black pudding and toast.
Bill’s Garden Plate
Two poached free range eggs, halloumi, roasted plum tomato, charred red peppers, smashed avocado, hollandaise, mushrooms, potato rösti, baked beans, pea shoots, mixed seeds & toast.
Smashed Avocado on Toast
With two poached free-range eggs, spinach, coriander & chilli (add smoked salmon or smoked streaky bacon for an extra charge).
We have reviewed the brunch offering at Bill’s (with lots of food photos) here.
The Kingsmead Kitchen
1 Kingsmead St, Bath BA1 2AA
The Kingsmead Kitchen is “an independent cafe and we’re passionate about freshly prepared, locally-source food. Based in the centre of Bath’s cafe culture on Kingsmead Square, we prepare traditional dishes with a European twist. We serve fantastic all-day breakfasts, smoothies, salads, toasted sandwiches, pastries and cakes and much more.” Breakfast and brunch options include a classic full English, Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Free-range Eggs, Cowboy Beans (Slow cooked pancetta with boston beans, baked eggs & spiced corn bread), and free range omelettes.
The Ivy – Saturday and Sunday Brunch
39 Milsom St, Bath BA1 1DS
The Ivy Edinburgh do a Saturday and Sunday Brunch (and bank holidays). The restaurant itself is a beautiful art deco inspired space. With options like Truffle Arancini, Zucchini fritti, Eggs Benedict and Avocado Benedict, as well as Hot Buttermilk Pancakes for those (like me) with a sweet tooth!
Boston Tea Party
19 Kingsmead Square, Bath BA1 2AE and 8 Alfred St, Bath BA1 2QU
Boston Tea Party say that “each of our cafes is designed to be a one-off, a cherished local. We want to remain a café to be discovered, recommended and returned to. We do this not only by ensuring no two cafes look or feel the same but by ensuring they have unique personalities, driven by our people. This is a place where you’re accepted for who you are. Classically British (despite the name) we’re on a mission to serve simply and well-prepared food and drinks made with great ingredients, skill and love. Ethically sourced, affordable, feel-good, great value, healthy and excellent quality. Breakfast and brunch are served all day and include everything from The Boss Breakfast, Cheddar and Jalapeno Cornbread, Smoked Salmon, Avocado and Scrambled Eggs, to Chorizo Hash, Spelt Granola and American Pancakes.
Turtle Bay – Bottomless Brunch
11 Bridge St, Bath BA2 4AS
“When we founded Turtle Bay, our aim was simple: bring the fun, bring the flavour, and bring on the good times. With 42 restaurants across the UK, our fantastically friendly staff are always on hand to answer all your questions and share their personal recommendations. Now – what are you drinking?” Turtle Bay offer a great unusual brunch menu with options like a bacon roti roll (Hand stretched, roti to order; packed with jerk streaky bacon, cream cheese, chilli relish & fresh herbs), the big Kingston Grill Down (Smoky bacon, jerk sausage, roasted mushrooms, curried chickpeas, roasted tomato, grilled roti & free-range eggs your way), Honey Bunny Yardbird (Roti stacked with buttermilk crispy chicken, cream cheese, rich maple syrup, hot sauce & fresh watermelon) and Curry Goat Hash (Spicy goat, chipped potato, curry sauce, pink onion & two free-range fried eggs). They also offer a bottomless brunch – Choose any brunch, burger or roti dish with unlimited bellinis, cocktails, mocktails, softs or draught Red Stripe. Max 2 hours.
15 Milsom St, Bath BA1 1DE
Cafe Rouge are a chain of French restaurants. “Whatever the time of day, we have a dish to suit your mood; from steak frites and boeuf bourguignon to a selection of croques, baguettes and vegan options too – all on our menu of classic French food with a contemporary twist.” They offer breakfast and brunch dishes such as the Grande Breakfast (two free-range eggs, two Cumberland sausages, sweet cure bacon, beans, mushroom, tomato, black pudding, sautéed potatoes and sourdough toast), Pancakes (three warm pancakes topped with your choice of sweet cure bacon, banana and maple syrup, or fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and pineapple with fruit compot, and French Toast (two slices of sweet brioche bread topped with your choice of sweet cure bacon, banana and maple syrup, chocolate sauce, banana and hazelnuts or fresh seasonal fruit, honey and vanilla crème fraîche).
24 Milsom St, Bath BA1 1DG
Loch Fyne was “brought to life by two oyster enthusiasts, Johnny and Andy, who started selling their oysters from a small shack on the west coast of Scotland. We now have 22 Restaurants up and down the country, providing fresh, sustainably sourced seafood dishes; much of which is delivered fresh from the loch itself.” Loch Fyne have a good brunch menu including Baked eggs, Loch Fyne Kippers, Avocado, pink grapefruit and chilli and the Loch Fyne Breakfast (grilled sausage, back bacon, black pudding, haggis, mushroom, baked beans, tomato, egg how you like it and toasted sourdough).
30-31 Moorland Road, Oldfield Park, Bath, BA2 3PW
The Lounges are a group of modern, fun and slightly quirky restaurants. “What is it that people love best about Lounging? Is it the food? The cocktails? Our lovely staff? Or the photo of the old boy on an airbed in his pants? Let’s see, shall we?” Brunch options range from the Lounge Breakfast (Smoked back bacon, Cumberland sausage, hash browns, baked beans, slow-roasted tomato, button mushrooms, fried egg and toast), Chorizo & Feta Shakshuka (Two poached eggs in a lightly spiced Mediterranean tomato & red pepper sauce, topped with pan-fried chorizo and feta, served with toasted ciabatta) to Lounge Eggs with Button Mushroom (Two poached eggs served with hollandaise on a toasted English muffin with button mushrooms) and breakfast muffins or toast.
10a Queen St, Bath BA1 1HE
Wild café is “tucked away down a pretty cobbled street in bath, but we’re just moments from the city’s most famous attractions, like the abbey, Thermae Spa, main shopping areas and also the Raven pub. We serve coffee, brunch and lunch in a fun, friendly and sometimes wild atmosphere. The café is open from 8am so pop in and see your food cooked right in front of you in our open kitchen.” Brunch options include a bacon pancake stack, eggs benedict, full English breakfast, scrambled eggs and chorizo, bubble and squeak and oak smoked fresh kippers.
Revolucion de Cuba
2 York Buildings, BA1 2EB
Revolucion de Cuba has a great holiday vibe and does a fantastic brunch! Get a true taste of Cuba without having to leave the country, with the incredible food cooked fresh from their Cantina. You can choose from Cubano Benedict – eggs Benedict with a Cuban twist! Or try avocado toast, breakfast burrito, chorizo hash or vegan sweetcorn fritters or baked beet tortillas. “Feed your wanderlust. An escape in the city, a place that takes you places. For when you need to get away, but mainly when you don’t. Because you just feel like being somewhere else. And just because. The best places are worth escaping to.”
Côte Brasserie – Breakfast and Brunch
27 Milsom Place, Bath BA1 1BZ
Côte Brasserie serve breakfast and brunch from 8am until 12 noon on a Monday to Friday and then 9am to 1pm on a Saturday and Sunday. Highlights include a breakfast set menu that involves any cooked breakfast with fresh orange juice or cloudy apple juice and a hot drink of your choice. Options include a full English breakfast, Crepe Complete (pancakes, bacon and comte cheese), Eggs Florentine, Eggs Royal and Eggs Avocado. They can make a gluten free full English breakfast.
Unit R4, SouthGate Place, Bath, BA1 1AP
Cosy Clubs serve up relaxed dining, drinking and lounging in a really special setting with a dash of nostalgia. We love the big squishy leather sofas! Cosy Club has an extensive Brunch menu that’s served until 5pm (so you won’t be too late!). You can choose from the Cosy Club Breakfast – the Cosy Club take on a full English, or go for something sweet like Buttermilk Pancakes. Keep it simple with a Smoked Bacon or Cumberland Sausage Sandwich or go all out with Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs. You can also find a vegetarian breakfast or Avocado Brunch.