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The Kingsmead Kitchen
Straight from the fields of local producers, Kingsmead Kitchen creates inventive dishes with foods cultivated from British farmers and suppliers. For owners Edi and Geraldine the ethos of their restaurant is to bring out the best of each ingredient.
From farm to table, the menu is always seasonal with inventive specials and comforting breakfast dishes to enjoy in the casual surroundings of their informal dining area. For something special for breakfast or brunch, we recommend the Shakshuka. Of course you can go for their incredible fry-ups, but for something a bit different try these baked eggs in a spiced tomato sauce with feta and sourdough, you won’t be disappointed.
With seating outside in sunny Kingsmead Square, The Kingsmead Kitchen is a meeting point for many locals looking for good quality, honest food with a friendly service which keeps the Kitchen a hub for the local community. It’s the perfect place to bring friends, and a great space for a catch up over Italian style coffee and cake.
Everything we provide is made from scratch on the premises by Dan and Luke, our Head Chef and his souse-chef, and we only use local, Bath-based suppliers. We serve hearty, tasty and traditional food but with a European twist.
Full of quirky and cool indies, Kingsmead Square is the destination for street food, designer boutiques, speciality coffee and glorious sunny outdoor seating. A bustling hub for locals and tourists, the Kingsmead community centres around a majestic tree in the square, providing cover for the fruit and veg stall which supplies many of the independent cafes, restaurants and delis in the area.
Strolling through the square in the evenings can be magical under the atmospheric lights that decorate the branches of the old tree. Try some gelato from the local ice cream store and enjoy the beautiful tall Georgian buildings that surround the Kingsmead community.
Bath is a city steeped in history, and its beautiful sandstone buildings exude grandeur reminiscent of its regal past. Take a walk along the Royal Crescent, a tour of the Roman Baths or a trip to the Abbey and you quickly understand why this city is one of the most the photographed, and visited, in England.
However, don’t be fooled into thinking the high street and its famous attractions are all Bath has to offer. For take a trip down any of the cobbled side streets and you’ll be lead to the beating heart of the city, the local businesses and their owners. From Walcot Street in the north to Queen’s Square in the West and Henrietta Road in the east, Bath residents are fierce in their support for independent businesses. And with good reason, for this city is packed with them. From fine dining, to boutique stays and contemporary cafes, take a look through our independent listings and uncover the real beauty of Bath.View neighbourhoodView community