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There is something wonderfully indulgent about Afternoon Tea, maybe it is the time of day it is taken or maybe it’s the combination of cakes, scones, preserves and cream with just a nod to something sensible in a delicate sandwich. Abbey’s Afternoon Tea has become something of a legend in Bath, beautifully displayed on bespoke hanging cake stands. Whether you take tea in Allium, ArtBar or on our pretty garden terrace in the warmer months, make time to linger and enjoy every deliciously, elegant bite.More
Allium restaurant overlooks one of the city’s widest promenades, North Parade. It was originally built to let the fashionable people of Regency Bath show off to the good and the great. Today, it’s still ideal for people-watching and lends itself beautifully to a sunny summer terrace for al fresco dining.
Relaxed and unstuffy, the only thing Allium is serious about is great food, wonderful wines and genuinely warm hospitality.
This classic menu with a modern twist has delighted guests and the nation's leading food critics alike, with The Observer’s Jay Rayner praising it for being “worth the visit to Bath” alone.More
Allow us the opportunity to welcome you to a whole new social dining experience at Piattino wine bar and restaurant.
Maybe start your visit by choosing some items from the wide selection of appetising dishes contained in our mouth-watering small plate dining menu.
Enjoy the chance to sample an exciting cocktail or perhaps choose a wine from our interesting and extensive list with everything from a smooth red to fizz in a glass!
And all of this while being able to sit back and listen to our regular and varied live music helping to create that truly special Piattino atmosphere.
A totally unique venue in which to relax and appreciate our own brand of traditional Italian hospitality, conveniently set in the heart of Bath, at the head of fashionable Milsom Street.More