Harden's survey result
This beautiful Georgian dining room, where you often eat to the strains of a live classical quartet, offers “such a lovely dining experience” (if a wholly un-foodie one). Afternoon tea is the top occasion: “gives the Savoy a run for its money!”
With its “beautiful, airy setting”, “the atmosphere is amazing” at this famous Georgian dining rooms (especially “with a classical quartet playing”); food isn’t really the main event, although it can be “delicious”, and the afternoon tea and “champagne tasting board” are a “real treat”.
“A real treat for foreign guests” – this 200-year-old Georgian landmark is a “wonderfully atmospheric” place (“especially with the string quartet” in full swing); perhaps unsurprisingly, food typically plays second fiddle – best to stick to breakfast or afternoon tea.
This “beautiful” and famous Georgian landmark (it's “especially magical with the trio playing”) is a “busy” feature of the city centre (as it has been for 200 years); the food can seem a “tad disappointing” in comparison – best play it safe with a “great” breakfast or afternoon tea.
|Wine per bottle||£20.50|
Stall St, Bath, BA1 1LZ
9.30 am - 2.30 pm
Last orders: 2.30 pm