Brasserie Brunel is located in the lovely Grade II listed building designed by the famous architect Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and is, quite rightly so, named in tribute to this famous designer.
The decor and furnishings have been modelled on a traditional Parisian brasserie and the menu features a number of French specialities together with grills, including steaks, for which they are renowned for. Wherever possible, Brasserie Brunel source locally produced supplies including steaks from the highly respected Church Farms.
The menu represents excellent value for money and in addition to the extensive range of competitively-priced a la carte dishes, the Brasserie also offer two fixed price menu options - £9.95 for two courses and £12.95 for three courses.
Ratings, Awards and Rewards
- High Chair
- All groups welcome
#120 of 628 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
9 Jul 2018: Came to the Brasserie for my Partners birthday dinner. Arrived slightly late but staff were very welcoming and lovely. We both went for sirloin steaks which definitely lived up to their reputation of...
5 Jul 2018: Had a three-course meal at the Brasserie Brunel, which came as part of the spa package booked with the Bailbrook Lodge. We were allowed to choose anything from the standard menu and only had to pay...
23 Jun 2018: the restaurant was busy for breakfast and provided a good variety of hot food, as well as alternatives for those who preferred fruit and yoghurt. Our one evening meal there was also excellent and...