Loved it here, great service and great food! Didn't feel rushed unlike some other restaurants in Bath. Great location as well. Catered to dietary needs with zero fuss.
2019/7 I came to Bath for the second time, Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, Weir, Round Square, Royal Crescent, the scenery is still so beautiful; Bath bun afternoon tea is still It’s so delicious and it feels so good, as if rushing to the sky [呲牙]
A very interesting area in Bath. This place is also a tourist destination. When you visit here, you can see a lot of unique things. This unique building is also very attractive.
During the Roman Empire, Bath built many large bathrooms with saunas and swimming pools, and designated it as the territory of Minola, the goddess of water and intelligence, and built gorgeous palaces. As the years go by, these buildings are large Part of it was buried in the ground and was not reawakened until the end of the 19th century. One of the most eye-catching facilities in the Roman baths is the pump room. Its main function is to draw mineral water into the bath. 200 years ago, the pump room was the center of Bath’s social life, because drinking a glass of mineral water in the morning was a top priority for the gentlemen and ladies who recuperated in Bath, and it became the first round of popular information and trails every day. Message exchange place. Later, an elegant restaurant was built in the pump room, which greatly facilitated the guests who came here to take a hot spring bath.
It feels okay and worthy of the designer.
Preston_Dominguez: The Roman Baths, Stall St, Bath, United Kingdom
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Roman Baths,Royal Crescent,Bath Abbey,The Circus,Pulteney Bridge