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Top 5 Brunch Spots In Bath

Beyond the Kale 

If you relish eating meals that look like they’ve been sent from heaven above, Beyond the Kale is the place for you. Tucked away in a little corner in Green Park Station, this hidden gem serves tantalisingly tasty dishes, which are all plant-based, hooray! A coeliac’s paradise, their menu boasts the most scrumptious gluten free pancakes along with porridge, breads and smoothie bowls. Not only does the menu offer a vast array of brunch delights, but the presentation and service are equally as impressive and will undoubtedly put a smile on your face.

Highlight: The coconut yoghurt is undeniably delicious. Try it – you won’t regret it.

Pancakes, Beyond the Kale – Photo By Chloé Granger

Chapel Arts Café 

Yet another hidden gem, this charming little café will tickle your taste buds like no other. The setting of this spot is given in the name, as it is located by a delightful chapel that is submerged beneath beautiful flowers and other shrubbery in the summer months. The decor is relatively understated, which leaves more emphasis to be placed upon the food.  Additionally, this one is sure to tick all of your boxes as the varied menu offers something for everyone, including vegan and gluten free options. Much care is taken when preparing the food, as the presentation is always gloriously instagrammable and all the ingredients used are delicious. There is much debate as to whether the Chapel Arts Café serve the finest pancakes in the whole city, however, we shall leave that for you to decide.

Highlight: There is always a new cake to try every day!

Smoothie Bowl, Beyond the Kale – Photo by Chloé Granger

Cosy Club 

Although the Cosy Club may be a more commercial spot, that does not mean the quality of food or atmosphere is compromised. Furnished with plush sofas and eclectic chandeliers, the atmosphere in the Cosy Club is relaxed yet ever so slightly elegant, perfect for a brunch date to recover from last night’s antics (big up Score Wednesdays). The brunch menu offers a variety of savoury options, including eggs benedict and a full English. Unfortunately for someone with an enormous sweet-tooth like myself, the sweet options are not in abundance. However, if you are more partial to something savoury in the mornings, Cosy Club is indeed the place for you. Pleasingly, they have a separate gluten-free menu for those of us who are unlucky enough to not be able to eat it, making the experience accessible to most.

Highlight: The cocktails. Even when you’re hungover.

Smoked Salmon and Avocado on Toast, Boston Tea Party – Photo by Chloé Granger

Boston Tea Party

Venturing to Kingsmead Square is one of the best ways to pass time in Bath. With a buzzing  ambience, enjoying brunch at the heart of the  Square in Boston Tea Party will heighten your spirits if Uni stress is getting you down. If the weather permits, there is outdoor seating which allows you to soak up your surroundings whilst enjoying one of the best brunches in the city. There is much to choose from, with options that fit all dietary needs and preferences. Presentation is unparalleled, whilst the service is always top notch. An absolute whopper of a brunch, I say.

Highlight: Their presentation of radishes is adorable; who knew a garnish of radishes could bring so much joy?

Poached Eggs and Avocado on Toast, Boston Tea Party – Photo by Chloe Granger

The Green Bird Café

Situated near the Circus, it is almost impossible not to walk past this heavenly brunch spot on your journey into town. This café prides themselves on their plant-based ethos, where each dish has carefully selected ingredients that will burst with flavour, whilst being suitable for vegans. The atmosphere is friendly and warm, with wooden furniture and colourful cushions dotted around, adding a sweet burst of colour. The range of salads they serve is mind-boggling, with ingredients that are locally sourced.

Highlight: The tofu stir fry. Yum.

 

 

Chloe Granger

Chloe is a final year French and International Management student and Lifestyle Editor for 2020/21.

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