Harden's survey result
One of the UK’s quintessential afternoon tea experiences: the Georgian chamber next to the famous Roman baths. There are better cakes, sarnies and cups of tea to be had elsewhere to be sure, but few in quite such stately and suitable surroundings.
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.
|Wine per bottle||£20.50|
Stall St, Bath, BA1 1LZ
9.30 am - 2.30 pm
Last orders: 2.30 pm