Harden's survey result
A converted old railway station provides a “pretty setting amongst the trees, next to the (currently) abandoned Ironbridge railway line” at this ‘casual dining steakhouse and jazz bar’. On limited feedback, it remains well-rated all-round for its “basic-but-honest menu, with local ingredients from local suppliers and beer supplied by a local microbrewery”.
“Good value, reasonable food at a reasonable price in a decent setting with good staff” – the straightforward and upbeat formula that earns a listing for this ‘casual dining steakhouse and jazz bar’, which occupies a converted Victorian station.
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Have you eaten at Green Park Brasserie?
Live jazz, fantastic food and a stunning historic setting, Green Park Brasserie is highly recommended by The Sunday Times. One of Bath's leading independent restaurants, Green Park Brasserie is known for its fantastic seasonal, local produce.
Now in our 28th year, at Green Park Brasserie we've been championing Bath's independent food scene since we opened our doors in 1992.
Set in a historic old train station in Bath city centre the restaurant is family owned and run by Bath local Andrew Peters and his son, Alex. Green Park Brasserie has earned a reputation for quality food and live music with recommendations from The Sunday Times, AOL Travel and The Guardian.
We welcome some outstanding musicians and bands every week. Live jazz, soul, funk and swing music fills the restaurant every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night in our historic venue - an old railway station ticketing hall (booking advised).
We're proud to source from Bath and the South West of England, working closley with local farmers and suppliers to produce affordable, quality food in a unique environment.
Our menus range from seasonal specials (Scallops, Beef Shin, Hake, Duck Confit) and classics such as Newton Farm Steaks (reared just 3 miles from their kitchen), Sea Bass, Burgers, Castlemead Farm Chicken and Fish Pie the menu also caters for vegan, gluten free and other dietary requirements. The Early Diner (2 courses £14, 3 courses £18) is available for tables ordering before 6.30pm.
We're just 5 minutes stroll from the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey, you’ll first notice Green Park Brasserie by it’s stunning 1800’s facade and welcoming lighting.
|Wine per bottle||£19.50|
Lead by Head Chef Steve Derry, the Brasserie team produce fresh, seasonal dishes working closely with the Bath Farmers' Market and producers across Somerset, Devon and Cornwall.
Green Park Brasserie has a cosy section of the restaurant "The Library" which can be set up for a table of 10.
Alternatively, the restaurant has a separte, priviate dining space directly above called Bath Function Rooms which is available for events for 40 to 120 people.
Green Park Brasserie Restaurant Diner Reviews
"good no nonsense place to eat utside under he heaters, pizzas are very good indeed."
Green Park Station, Bath, BA1 1JB
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑10 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑10 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑10 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑10 pm|
|Friday||11 am‑5 pm, 5 pm‑11:30 pm|
|Saturday||11 am‑5 pm, 5 pm‑11:30 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑10 pm|