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Summary

£40
    £
3
Good
3
Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

The successor on the site that was, for yonks, Beaujoulais may be “quirky” – a wine bar/bottle shop/small plates venue with no wine list and only minimal ingredient-led entries for food items (waiters explain the rest), but the results are “totally professional” and “always great”; “the garden is a nice place to relax in summer” – and there are also fans of the spin-off on Chapel Row.

Summary

£40
    £
3
Good
3
Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

The successor on the site that was, for yonks, Beaujoulais may be “quirky” – a wine bar/bottle shop/small plates venue with no wine list and only minimal ingredient-led entries for food items (waiters explain the rest), but the results are “totally professional” and “always great”; “the garden is a nice place to relax in summer” – and there are also fans of the spin-off on Chapel Row.

Summary

£39
    £
3
Good
3
Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

“Occupying the old Beaujolais (RIP) which many natives and visitors to Bath will fondly remember”, this “very enjoyable” modern wine bar “could not be more different with its fresh approach: each plate is described by just one word and the waiter then goes on to elaborate on ingredients and how it is cooked; and there is no wine list as such, the waiter again asks your tastes and then recommends”. The odd reporter finds it “annoying that things have to be explained”, but for the most part there’s nothing but applause for co-owner Marty Grant’s “excellent and unexpected wines from across the globe” and Richard Knighting’s “fresh, different and seasonal” small plates to accompany them. A second venue on Chapel Row means it has “two great locations in Bath”.

Summary

£38
    £
3
Good
4
Very Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Open for a couple of years now, this “refreshing, buzzing place” is a real hit, combining wine bar, bottle shop and small plates. Co-owner Marty Grant “takes you on an educational journey of different wines” and chef Richard Knighting’s “food is well matched – a miracle given the small galley kitchen!” A second outpost opened on Chapel Row in August 2017.

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Restaurant details

No dress code
40
132a Walcot Street, Bath, BA1 5BG
Opening hours
MondayCLOSED
Tuesday5 pm‑11 pm
Wednesday5 pm‑11 pm
Thursday5 pm‑11 pm
Friday12 pm‑11 pm
Saturday12 pm‑11:30 pm
SundayCLOSED

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