Food and drink
Imaginative vegetarian and vegan dishes have earned this restaurant awards such as Best Vegetarian Restaurant 2010 by Gourmet Britain and best Vegan Restaurant 2009 by the Vegan Society. Vegetables come from local suppliers Eades Greengrocers and Castle Farm Organics and the restaurant has a good range of organic wine. There’s a good menu for kids as well.
Try the deli plate of chargrilled artichoke, olives, slow roasted tomatoes, tamari seeds and spiced almonds or for mains plump for the roast butternut salad with spiced almonds, haloumi cheese, cherry tomatoes and mixed leaves.
Fresh and bright with stylish decor; it’s not earnest or worthy in the slightest. Even my most ardently carnivorous friends love it here.
Quick and polite, staff are happy to cater to most dietary requirements.
In a Grade 1 listed Georgian townhouse, just around the corner from the Abbey and Roman Baths on a quiet side street.
Try the Quick Bites Lunch offer of two starters for £11.50 or Early Bird Dinner on Sunday to Thursday evenings, which is two courses for £15.50 from 5pm-6.30pm.
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