Harden's survey result
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Chris Cleghorn’s “hidden away” basement hotel haunt is “quite different to most top restaurants…there’s a relaxed air yet it’s not casual in the wrong way”; on the food front he “never fails” – turning out “innovative dishes combined with expert presentation and at a sensible price”.
Chris Cleghorn’s deft, classically inspired cuisine at this well-established basement hotel dining room put in a formidable showing in this year’s survey; “excellent wines” too (“but then again we’ve come to expect that…”).
“A great element of Bath’s restaurant scene” – although this smart (slightly muted) basement hotel dining room is less famous than once it was, chef Chris Cleghorn continues to provide “accomplished, classical dishes with a modern execution”.
“Knocks most London restaurants for six”, say fans, so it’s curious that this hotel dining room doesn't elicit more feedback… perhaps due to the muted basement location; Chris Cleghorn’s food is “superb”, though, and “whoever selects the wines clearly knows their stuff”.
The restaurant is proud to boast one of the finest wines lists in the UK having been awarded best UK wine list in 2014 by The AA and previously by the Good Food Guide in 2009.