Vegetarian Restaurants in Bath: Where to Find Veggie Friendly Feasts

DATE: 13 Apr 2016 | BY
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There’s more than one vegetarian restaurant in Bath veggies love eating at. Check out the article below to find out where they are!

Finding the best vegetarian restaurant in Bath is a tough task, not because there’s no choice but because there’s so many good places for vegetarians to eat. Even the committed carnivores in the Table Pouncer team love vegetarian restaurants.  If you’re looking for an amazing vegetarian restaurant in Bath locals always eat at, then you are in the right place. Whether you are a committed vegetarian, or a diner looking to give meat a break, you’ll be sure to find something that you love at one of the restaurants below.

Vegetarian food at Green Rocket Cafe Green Rocket Cafe has a great vegetarian menu

Green Rocket Cafe

Green Rocket Cafe is another much loved vegetarian restaurant in Bath. The cafe itself is fun and laid back, with the food also reflecting this. There are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options to choose from, with the cafe also promoting raw and gluten free dishes as well. The cafe is also open for breakfast, making it the perfect place to grab a light and healthy bite to kickstart your morning.

Green Rocket Cafe, 1 Pierrepont St, Bath, BA1 1NY

Italian Cafe 84

Italian cuisine is great for vegetarians. It has a massive variety and pizza, pasta and risotto dishes can nearly always be made into a veggie option without any fuss. Italian Cafe 84 has loads of pizzas on the menu, with around half of these being vegetarian options. Furthermore, the vast majority of their pasta dishes are also veggie friendly, which makes this place a real winner if you are craving some home cooked Italian grub.

Italian Cafe 84, 84 Lower Bristol Rd, Bath, BA2 3BQ

Beyond the Kale

Beyond the Kale is a newcomer on the Bath scene and this organic juice and blend bar is committed to serving healthy and delicious food. Their customers rave about their healthy, sugar free food that is freshly prepared every day. Favourites include raw vegan lasagne, soups and 'caramel' slices. Beyond the Kale also stocks organic vegan products and have dispensers filled with organic flax seed, quinoa, trail mix and much more. For guilt free delicious food in Bath, head to Beyond the Kale.

Beyond the Kale, Green Park Station, Green Park Road, Bath BA1 1JB

The Eastern Eye

The Eastern Eye is very accommodating to vegetarian diets and are happy to cook any of the curries from their ‘signature specialties’ or ‘chef’s classics’ ranges with vegetables instead of meat. Most Indians will carry a good amount of vegetable curry dishes, however The Eastern Eye have a top notch waiting team that are always looking to make their customers happy. Dishes are nice and cheap too, so this is a great way to have a veggie friendly meal without paying the higher prices of some the exclusively vegetarian restaurants.

The Eastern Eye, 8A Quiet St, Bath, BA1 2JS

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Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen

Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen has a pretty glamorous history in the world of vegetarian dining, with a strong reputation as one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Bath for many years. In the 26 years prior to its rebranding, the Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen was known as Demuth’s, which was a top notch veggie eatery too. The rebrand came when the head chef and manager of Demuth’s took control of the restaurant in 2013. This means Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen has a bit of a reputation to live up to - which it does with ease. The food is fresh and vibrant (with a lot of their dishes being vegan friendly), and the place is always busy. Without a doubt, Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen is one of the premier vegetarian restaurants in the Bath area.

Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, 2 North Parade Passage, Bath, BA1 1NX

The Mint Room

The Mint Room is the polar opposite of the Bengal Brasserie. Where the Bengal Brasserie offers a no-nonsense curry, The Mint Room offers the chance to experience elegant, modern Indian fine dining. Nearly all of the dishes on the ‘classical menu’ come with a vegetarian option and a few veggie options crop up in their ‘signature dishes’ menu too. The Mint Room is great if you are looking for a slightly more up market curry - it’s slightly more expensive, but it’s certainly Bath’s most unique Indian restaurant.

The Mint Room, Longmead Gospel Hall, Lower Bristol Rd, Bath, BA2 3EB

Chapel Arts Cafe

This is the last of solely vegetarian eateries on the list. The Chapel Arts Cafe is great for a light bite and is well known within Bath’s veggie community for its delicious flatbreads. It also serves a range of homemade salads, dips and desserts. If you’re looking for full-blown sit down meal, then you should look elsewhere, but for grabbing a quick bite and coffee, this place is hard to beat.

Chapel Arts Cafe, Chapel Arts Centre, Lower Borough Walls, Bath, Avon BA1 1QR

Tags: Bradford on Avon, Bath, Bathampton, Camerton, Midsomer Norton, Combe Down, Westbury, Families With Children, Good For Groups, Alfresco Dining, Casual Dining, £ - £20-£30, ££ - £30-£40, Vegetarian

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