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Underwood can be found on Argyle Street, which means when dining here, you’ll be treated to views of Bath’s most infamous and idyllic spot - Pulteney Weir. Pair these views with top quality food and a glass of wine and it’s easy to see why Underwood is so popular.
Underwood’s aim is for customers to feel completely relaxed and at ease whilst dining with them, but thanks to a menu full of tempting dishes and specials that is on par with any top restaurant, this meal will be far from ordinary. The menu includes delicious choices such as various steaks cooked over charcoal served with mushroom fricassee, as well as the delicious feast menu offering banquet style dishes. The restaurant is set over the lower levels of the space, then there’s a cosy lounge on the first floor and for the sunnier days, Underwood has a gorgeous rooftop terrace to soak up the sun whilst sipping on your drink of choice.
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