Budget Restaurants in Bath
your taste, you’ll find plenty of great places to
eat in Bath that won’t cost a fortune. You can go
for café culture or enjoy restaurant vibes with
some of Bath’s most reasonably priced eating establishments.
One of the best cafes offering huge portions is The
Walrus and The Carpenter [map]
on Barton Street, Bath’s premier vegetarian café.
It’s cheap and cheerful and the tempting dishes
will be enough to convert even the most dedicated meat-eater.
For the delicate taste of the Orient head to Mai Tai
on Pierrepont Street, which serves Thai food from a large
menu, and includes plenty of dishes that can be made up
to your specific requirements. So, if you don’t
want too much spice you can simply ask a waiter or waitress.
If you can’t decide what you want to eat, how about
going for a lot of little dishes and experiencing some
La Tasca [map]
on Broad Street is a lively little venue offering cheap
and cheerful food and bar snacks to accompany your choice
of authentic beer or tequila.
French cuisine doesn’t have to cost the earth,
but you can be sure of having a delicious, affordable
meal if you head to Beaujolais [map]
on Chapel Row. Party people in particular will have a
great time here as they are entertained by jovial waiters
and the manager himself.
Enjoy the bargain menu and choose an authentic
wine to accompany your delicious meal. This is a great
place to go pre-party or start the party right there in
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