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Bath Restaurant Guide for Mothering Sunday

With Mother’s Day just around the corner next Sunday 11th March, I’ve taken a look at some of the top places to eat in and around the beautiful city of Bath.

A delicious meal at one of these restaurants can’t fail to make your mum feel extra-special and is guaranteed to make her day!

The Olive Tree

One of Bath’s oldest independent restaurants and boasting 3 AA rosettes, the Olive Tree has a focus on creating remarkable food with fantastic local produce. Celebrating the bounty of the West Country, their dishes are created with the highest quality ingredients from the area.

The 3 course lunch menu for Mothering Sunday features dishes such as Loch Duart salmon, Creedy Carver duck and crème fraiche tart.

And as the perfect accompaniment to your meal, why not choose a bottle from the award-winning wine menu.

Image credit: The Olive Tree

The Pig Near Bath

This country hotel in the Mendip hills has a feeling of homely luxury. The perfect destination for a bit of escapism, the setting with views over rural Somerset adds to the relaxing experience of dining here. The menu at The Pig changes by the minute, depending on what is ready in the kitchen garden on a day-by-day basis. Additional produce is sourced locally with a commitment to the 25 mile menu.

A sample menu includes Wooley Park Farm Quail, Fowey Port Dressed Crab and Rhubarb Mousse.

No. 15 Great Pulteney Street

An interior designer’s heaven, this stunning boutique hotel is a feast for the eyes as well as offering delicious food in Café 15. With design details such as glass tables encasing a collection of antique jewellery, backlit coloured glass apothecary bottles and an earring chandelier, there is much to delight in the surroundings while you enjoy your meal.

The Mother’s Day Sunday Brunch menu is comprised of a delicious selection of classic such as Eggs Benedict, Buttermilk pancakes with streaky bacon and maple syrup and full English breakfast.

An additional £12 adds free flowing Prosecco, Buck’s Fizz, house wines and Virgin/Bloody Mary for extra indulgence.

Image credit: No 15 Great Pulteney

The Bath Priory

Located a short walk from the centre of Bath, the Bath Priory hotel has an award-winning restaurant which has beautiful views across its stunning gardens. With 3 AA Rosettes to its name, the focus is on memorable cuisine with an emphasis on fresh, local produce.

The fantastic Sunday Lunch menu includes Wooley Park Farm partridge, Pan fried stone bass and Ginger bread soufflé.

Restaurant Hywel Jones at Lucknam Park

Approached by a mile long, beech lined driveway, this award-winning country house hotel set in a magnificent estate near Colerne boasts a Michelin starred restaurant. Executive Chef, Hywel Jones uses the finest ingredients to create an exceptional dining experience for his guests. Seasonal produce is grown in the kitchen garden and the menu is updated regularly according to what becomes available.

The Sunday lunch sample menu contains Gravadlax of Salmon, Roast Sirloin of Aberdeen Angus and Chocolate Fondant.

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