Closures in June this year include the Kilted Chef in Kingsmead Square and The Market in Sawclose.
Jimmy Spice’s is opening its Eighth restaurant in Bath, Somerset. Situated on Dorchester Street in the new Southgate shopping centre, it features a fantastic open plan buffet kitchen. The restaurant group has pioneered multi cuisine dining, with a sumptuous range of Indian, Thai, Italian and Chinese dishes served up freshly every day.
Jimmy Spices Bath is expected to open on the 22nd September 2010.
We had lunch in the garden at Casinis yesterday. Started with the scallops (as shown above), followed by omlettes with fries, and a couple of indulgent deserts washed down with a Muscadet. Everything was as good as you would expect from this consistently excellent restaurant.
Three courses including wine (£21) and coffee – £65.
4 Saville Row
Telephone 01225 780055
The Guardian has come up with its list of the best 10 budget eateries in Bath. It is an intruiging list, with the emphasis on quality as well as value. Here it is:
Best of British Deli – Sandwiches from £2.50; slice of quiche £3.25
The Porter – Sandwiches £4.25; mains from £6.25
The Whole Bagel – Bagels from £2.50
The Fine Cheese Co – Sandwiches £3.75; mains from £6.95
The Real Italian Ice Cream Co – Cones from £1.80; crepes from £3.95
Same, Same But Different – Tapas £4-£5; mains from £7.25
The Raven – Pie, mash, gravy, £8.20; other food from £4.10
Yak Yeti Yak – Set menu, vegetarian £10.50, meat £12