Located in a listed Georgian building in the heart of Bath, this former wool shop was lovingly restored by the owners to become the original Firehouse Rotisserie location.
Now in it's 12th year, the restaurant is still serving top-quality California cuisine from it's open kitchen, including rotisserie flame roasted chicken and lamb, California south western grills, gourmet pizzas and crisp salads, plus a choice of delicious desserts.
Its attention to detail and warm, friendly atmosphere ensure that the restaurant, which is popular with locals and tourists, is busy all the time.
- Public carpark nearby
#33 of 666 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
13 Mar 2019: The restaurant is in a L shape with the kitchen open plan. It is relatively small and can get cramped if busy.
The food on offer is very good tasting and the service very quick, too quick if you want...
7 Mar 2019: Really enjoyed eating here. Lovely little restaurant with friendly staff, great choice on the menu and a lovely atmosphere even on a Monday night. It's slightly hidden away from the hustle and bustle...
7 Mar 2019: I liked the idea of going to one of Bath's oldest independent restaurants but the reality wasn't great. The food was good, but the ambiance was pretty dreadful. The tired flowers and very basic...