Bath is a beautiful place to visit, not just for shoppers or those looking for some culture, but also for foodies. If you took up veganuary at the start of the year, or have been vegan for a while you might be concerned about going somewhere new, you never know if there is going to be somewhere you can get a meal, but you don’t have to worry in Bath, there are plenty of places offering delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes.
Staying at an independent guesthouse or B&B will mean that the owners will likely be on site and preparing breakfast, so it is easy to request something different or get advice on the best place to source plant-based alternatives. But what about when you are out and about?
Well, we have you covered there too!
Staying with one of Stay In Bath’s independent properties will give you access to the Bath Reward Card, which will allow you to get discounted goods and services at a whole range of independent shops and restaurants in the city and quite a few of those independent restaurants offer vegan options as part of their normal service.
Here are four great choices for dinner during your stay if you are committed to a vegan diet.
- The Circus
You can find the Circus at 34 Brock Street in the centre of Bath. They’re a small but popular restaurant that serves locally sourced, freshly cooked food and has been featured in the Times’ 20 Secret Restaurants that Foodies Love coming in at number four.
Bath’s Acorn Restaurant is a completely vegetarian and vegan eatery that has an amazing view of the Abbey and is based in one of Bath’s oldest buildings. Plus the food is award winning so you’re guaranteed a great meal whether you are someone who has been vegan for a while or are interested in trying it out.
- The Olive Tree
Aside from being a Michelin Star Restaurant, the Olive Tree has set vegan and vegetarian menus available, as well as menus for omnivores, so is a good choice for anyone travelling with a mix of dietary requirements.
- Yak Yeti Yak
A popular restaurant in the centre of Bath, the menus are full of Nepalese cuisine which is cooked fresh to order and includes vegan and vegetarian specialties.
Of course, there are a whole range of fabulous restaurants in and around Bath offering varied and delicious menus, all the more reason to book a guesthouse or b&b for your holiday accommodation – more chance to eat out every night!