Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Thank you for voting for us again, for Baths best institution award, for the Bath Good Food Awards 2012.

Monday, June 11, 2012

French Lessons

Here are the pictures from the latest French lesson with Jean Pierre and Warminster School see the link for more

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Bath Festival 2012

Don't forget tomorrow night we have the Gaulois Brothers playing again for the Bath festival. Come by for a drink and some good music. Hope to see you there.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Birthday Cake Time

Had  a birthday party in the restaurant last night and our chef and his lovely wife made this cake for them. Check out that piping!!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

School Time

If you regularly look at our blog you will know we have for some time been having the delightful children from Warminster School come to us to expreince French cuisine and practise the language with Jean Pierre. There is an article about this in Bath life this month.

Food Of The Moment

Two of our Specials we had on this week
Pigeon terrine with FABULOUS jelly.
Duck salad with a strawberry vinegarete

Exeter Food Festival

Last Sunday went down to Exeter to there food fair to do some food research. The weather was lovely, and there was some brilliant stalls there, and everyone was making a huge effort with there products. Also made a change that there was a big variety of stalls this time as sometimes i feel like its just cheese and chutney and sausages on sale. Here there was: Oils,dressings,chutneys (of course) , variety of wines, cider, bread, ice cream, granola, meats, veg and much more.
This girl is 15 and has set up her own business and cooks all her own granola. She thought up her business when she was 14 because she didn't like having the same cereal day after day. I was just impressed by her motivation at such a young age, and to be there by herself selling her products.

I loved this companies product. It is one of the best rapeseed oils I have tasted unfortuantly they only supply Devon area at the moment but they are looking to come up to the south west soon. So look out for them or contact them

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Food Of The Moment

Charcuterie Plater
Dark Chocolate Marquis, Coffee Cream Anglaise, Candied Pistachios
Vanilla Panna Cotta, Oranges in Caramel

Thursday, February 16, 2012

MSN homepage recommendation

When checking our email this morning I noticed we were on the homepage of MSN Hotmail as a place to go eat in Bath.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Food Of The Moment

Soup of the Day: Cauliflower
Rillettes of Pork, Pickles, Hot Buttered Toast.
Smoked Haddock served with Crushed New Potatoes, Spinach,
Poached Egg and Beurre Blanc

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Marylebone Market & Spitalfields Market

Marylebone Market is on a Sunday and is full of delicious healthy looking food. There wasn't as many stalls for the reason being its January but we thought we would take a look while we were in the area. And we were really impressed by the quality of the stalls there, especially the salad stand, I know sounds strange but all these different salad leaves some I haven't heard of before and with their own unique flavour. Gorgeous! I am waiting for a few more weeks because I am looking forward to going back to see what other delicious things will be there.

We also went to Spitalfields Market (below pictures) it is more ready to eat food stands rather than farmers market. And there is every food of the world there: Mexican,Jamaican, Ethiopian, French, Italian,Thai,Chinese, Japanese etc. This is a great place if you don't know what you fancy eating because you can have a bit of everything. And everything we had was excellent!! Spitalfields is a huge market full of clothes,art and interiors, but you will find the food stalls at the end of the Truman Brewery warehouse.

This looks horrible but was lovely. Its a Japanese omelette, full of mixed shredded vegetables with cheese and a Japanese glaze on top. Yummy.
Below is our jerk chicken and what is left of some Jamaican goat curry.

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