Bath has plenty of choice when it comes to relaxing or sophisticated brunch locations. Here are some of our favourites - don't forget to tell us where you like to go for breakfast over on Instagram or Twitter

Green Park Brasserie

Start your weekend with a leisurely brunch at Green Park Brasserie. Their brunch menu is served from Friday to Sunday and has dishes such as Eggs Benedict, brunch bap with scrambled eggs, potato rosti, burgers or Caesar salad. Choose to sit inside their cosy bistro, or out on their terrace to do some people-watching while you eat. It’s also a great stop-off if you’re planning to visit the weekend markets in Green Park Station next door. 

You can book in for Bottomless brunch Friday to Sunday from 11am. Enjoy 2 courses + bottomless drinks for £37, with the choice of drinks including Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Bellini, Aperol Spritz, lager or mocktails. Find out more here

Brunch dishes at Green Park Brasserie
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Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House

Open daily from 10am, Sally Lunn’s serve their traditional menu until 6pm, which includes a range of breakfast options with their famous Sally Lunn bun. Try the Sally Lunn’s French Toast, a toasted and buttered Sally Lunn Bunn with marmalade or their home-made cinnamon butter, or if you've got a big appetite, go for half a toasted Sally Lunn Bunn topped with black pudding, mushrooms, dry cure back bacon, Sandridge Farm sausage, baked beans and a fried egg. Wash it all down with one of their delicious teas or coffees in this historic tearoom.

Lemon curd bun at Sally Lunn's
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Cafe Lucca

Combining a stylish homewares shop with a relaxed coffee spot, Cafe Lucca is well-loved by locals and it's not hard to see why! From simple pastries and breakfast rolls through to warm Belgian waffles or a Croque Monsieur, you can work your way around some European breakfast classics from the comfort of your table.

Cafe Lucca pastries
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Brunch is available from 11am until 4pm Monday to Saturday, as well as bottomless brunches on Fridays and Sundays from 11am to 4pm, where you can enjoy cocktails and Prosecco with your meal for up to two hours.


Enjoy a lighter brunch at this specialist seafood destination in the city centre, with options including a king prawn breakfast taco, omelette Arnold Bennett, Eggs Royale or a savoury waffle with smoked salmon, dill and creme fraiche.

Sharing plates and brunch at Flute in Bath
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The Ivy Bath Brasserie  

The breakfast menu at The Ivy Bath Brasserie is served Monday to Sunday and has a wealth of options, including a standard or veggie Full English, hot buttermilk pancakes, ham and cheese omelette or granola . They also do an extended weekend brunch menu which features many menu favourites, plus the option of afternoon tea and their seasonal cocktails. 

Brunch dishes on table at The Ivy Bath Brasserie
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Celebrate the weekend with Bottomless Brunch at Bandook in Milsom Place every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm – 3pm. Enjoy unlimited drinks with either one small plate and one small plate or Bandook’s signature Taco Dosa. 

Bottomless brunch starts from £35pp, which includes brunch with a selection of free-flowing Champagne, Prosecco or selected cocktails for 90 minutes. 

Brunch dishes at Bandook in Bath
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Sweet Little Things  

Brunch is served at Sweet Little Things daily from 9am until 4:30pm, with choices including Eggs Benedict, smashed avocado and a selection of pancakes and toppings. Bottomless brunch is also available daily for £35pp, including one brunch item, a stack of pancakes and bottomless drinks (choose from Prosecco, Mimosas, mocktails or Peroni).

Brunch dishes at Sweet Little Things in Bath
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Flourish Kitchen

Enjoy a breakfast of locally-sourced ingredients at this planet-friendly kitchen in Saltford, from the Full Flourish (veggie and vegan options available) to broiche French toast or yoghurt bowls. Join their Coffee Club to receive unlimited hot drinks for £15 per month.

Timbrell’s Yard 

Choose from a range of breakfast classics at Timbrell’s Yard, which you can enjoy in their main restaurant area or out on their riverside terrace. Opt for the Full Timbrell’s with sausage, bacon, black, pudding, roasted tomato, roasted mushroom, hash brown, beans, eggs and toast (a vegetarian or vegan alternative is available), or something lighter such as a yoghurt pot with fruit compote and granola, or a homemade breakfast bap with poached eggs. 

Timbrells Yard big breakfast and coffee
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Newton Farm Shop  

Attached to the farm shop and with a spacious outside courtyard, this family-friendly cafe is open seven days a week, with plenty of breakfast options, including breakfast baps, granola bowls, cooked breakfasts and pancakes. There is also a children's menu with downsized versions of their main menu. 

Image - Newton Farm Shop

Turtle Bay  

There’s more to Turtle Bay than dinner and cocktails! Join them for bottomless brunch any day of the week (last sitting 5pm Sunday to Friday, or 3pm on Saturdays). From £32.50 per person, enjoy 2 hours of unlimited cocktails (including any cocktail from their menu), mocktails, Red Stripe and prosecco with any brunch dish, burger or roti. Will you go for the Big Kingston Grill Down, the Vegan Yardbird or their twist on Avocado Smash? There's also the option to upgrade to any dish on the Main Menu. Find out more here.  

Brunch dishes at Turtle Bay with cocktails
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Courtyard Café 

One of the most Instagrammed brunches in town, Courtyard is small (its courtyard is bigger than the café!) but offers a range of cooked breakfasts, mouth-watering stacked pancakes or topped crumpets. 

Good Day Café 

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this is the place to come in Bath. As well as your usual breakfast baps and bagels or smashed avocado on toast, there’s toasted banana bread or infused brioche French toast with a range of toppings, plus granola bowls and a children’s menu. 

Boston Tea Party  

A long-time favourite of locals, Boston Tea Party has two cafes in the city on Kingsmead Square and Alfred Street and has an all-day menu with plenty of breakfast choices to catch your attention. Choose between their hefty full English breakfasts, Eggs Benedict/Florentine, or BTP classics such as kedgeree, pancakes or sweetcorn hash with halloumi and poached eggs. 

Hotel breakfasts

Have the guest experience without checking in! Many of Bath’s hotel allow you to come in just for breakfast, whether you choose to order a dish from their menu, or come in for the full breakfast buffet experience. 

The Bath Priory 

Breakfast is served 8am – 11:30am Thursday to Sunday, and non-guests can pay £30 to choose between the continental buffet which has a range of juices, cereals, pastries, fruit, charcuterie and cheeses, or a cooked menu including Full English, kippers, scrambled egg with smoked salmon or pancakes. Enjoy in their restaurant or outside in their beautiful garden.   

Brunch dishes at The Bath Priory
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No.15 by GuestHouse, Bath 

Breakfast is £20 per person for a selection including cereals, pastries and fruit salad, plus the choice to order a cooked breakfast. Will you go for a Full English, a breakfast bap, wild mushrooms on toast, pancakes or shakshuka with toast? 

Image - No.15 by GuestHouse, Bath

Boho Marché at Francis Hotel 

Go for a Mediterranean-inspired brunch in the stylish surrounds of Boho Marche at the Francis Hotel, with the option to dine inside or out on their colourful terrace. There are classic breakfast dishes such as an English Breakfast (with vegan and vegetarian alternatives available), as well as their house specialties, including Green Shakshuka (eggs baked in a spicy creamy spinach sauce with peas, feta cheese and fresh coriander), Moroccan Eggs Royale (smoked salmon topped with poached egg and ras el hanout hollandaise on toasted sourdough) or a range of build-your-own breakfast muffins. Breakfast is served 7am -10:30am on weekdays and 7am – 11am on weekends and bank holidays. 

Brunch dishes at Boho Marche in Bath
Image: Boho Marché

Read more about Bath's food scene:


Green Park Brasserie
The exterior of Green Park Brasserie, Bath

Green Park Brasserie is a popular independent live music restaurant specialising in locally sourced food with free live music four evenings a week.

Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum

Bath's oldest house, serving the famous Sally Lunn Bunn and an evening a la carte menu. You can also order your own Sally Lunn Bunn for nationwide delivery.

The Ivy Bath Brasserie & Garden
Interior of The Ivy Bath Brasserie & Garden

The Ivy Bath Brasserie on Milsom Street offers relaxed yet sophisticated all-day dining.

Cafe Lucca
Cafe Lucca

A smart, casual cafe surrounded by a stylish fashion and homewares concept store. Serving coffee, breakfast and lunch with a hint of the Mediterranean.

Sweet Little Things
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Sweet Little Things

Independent tea room in the centre of Bath, serving brunch, lunch and afternoon tea.

Bandook Indian Kitchen
Al Fresco
Bandook Indian Kitchen

All-day modern Indian street food dining in the heart of Milsom Place.

Timbrell's Yard Restaurant
Timbrell's Yard

Stylish and friendly gastropub serving fabulous food all day, every day.

Newton Farm Shop and Cafe
Newton Farm Shop and Cafe

Newton Farm Foods is a family business neatly nestled away on the Duchy of Cornwall Estate in the picturesque village of Newton St Loe.

Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay

Caribbean restaurant and bar bringing a loud, proud and authentic experience to Bath.

Cafe Rouge
Cafe Rouge Bath

Discover French-inspired all-day dining within a relaxed, Parisian Brasserie setting.



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