Let's start with Breakfast.
A few of my favourite spots at the moment...
61 Walcott St
LB is a new opening for Bath, baking all sorts of beautiful breads, pastries and cakes. They're all about pairing their fresh bakes with delicious flavours to maximise your taste buds.
Prune toast w/ raw honey - perfect if you want something light
Toasted brioche, grilled plums, ricotta & honey - super sweet and dense, but just the right amount
Their infamous bacon milk buns & damson ketchup - this really was insane. I could have eaten two!
All of the above + 2 coffees came to around £23.
All in all
This little gem is definitely worth the visit. You can smell the freshly baked bread from down the road, and it'll definitely make you want to leave with a few pastries and loaves. I would say however, try and avoid peak times. With it being a small cafe it gets super busy.
11 Margaret's Buildings
Sat between the Royal Crescent and The Circus, this café is one of those I've been loyal to for a long time. It offers a delicious breakfast selection incl smashed avo on toast, pancake stacks and granola- just what you need to fuel your day, especially if you're visiting the iconic Crescent next door.
Beautifully styled avo on toast, topped with a poached egg and garnish (this I've had many times!).
The buttermilk pancake stack with crispy bacon and maple syrup.
The almond porridge with honey- lovely and warming in this cold weather.
For my avo on toast, coffee and a cake it came to around £15.
All in all
Always a good experience here and worth the uphill walk. One of the more affordable brunches in the centre of Bath whilst still keeping good quality.
They also use Bertinet bread which is always delicious!
Bored of the average full english and mushrooms on toast? Look no further. This 'just outta town' vegetable farm is a definite firm in my top 3 breakfast spots. They offer locally sourced (literally, out their garden) breakfasts and a few asian twists including a chapati wrap.
Roti Canai is an Indian dish (pictured to the left) of a addictive coconut curry and a freshly made roti.
The Full English including veg out of their garden and homemade beans.
Crepes with compote and syrup. Not too much, not too little.
Chapati wrap which is a warm homemade chapati wrapped around all your breakfasts delights and a hint of spice.
This is one the most affordable places as parking is free and most things they grow/make themselves so for a full english you're looking around £8!
All in all
Not only is the food good, but the service is good too. I can't fault them! It's always nice trying something different to the usual too. This one isn't in the centre but I think it's worth the journey. You can bring your pooches too!