The Garricks Head, Bath
Quirky pub next to the Theatre Royal. With a seperate pub and dining area it’s suitable for both a casual drink and a sit down dinner. The food is cooked to a really good standard and the fish and chips are superb! Features in the Good Food Guide.
Yak Yeti Yak, Bath
Would recommend a visit to anyone. It’s a little different and is a great substitute for a routine trip to an Indian. Delicious Nepalese food, served to share. There is the option to sit on the floor though plenty of tables to go around too. We’ve been time and time again and never left hungry or disappointed. Features in the Good Food Guide.
Yen Sushi, Bath
The best sushi in Bath. Busy in the evenings but do hold out for a conveyor seat.
Hudson Steakhouse, Bath
If you’re after a first class steak, this is the restaurant for you. Great starters, steaks cooked to perfection, tasty sides and if you’ve still got room, the desserts won’t let you down. To top it off the decor and atmosphere is great.
The Jack in the Green Inn, Rockbeare nr Exeter, Devon
We stumbled across this pub during our time at Exeter University. It’s a few miles out, but for a special occasion it’s definitely worth the taxi ride. Back in February we returned to Exeter for a ‘walk down memory lane’ and enjoyed another fantastic dinner at The Jack in the Green. My ‘Surf ‘n Turf’ starter stole the show – a delicious cube of belly pork served with 2 glistening tiger prawns. With a hint of ginger and sticky soy sauce it was a match made in heaven!