My boyfriend and I ate lunch here as part of a package which included entrance to the Roman Baths Museum and the Thermae Bath Spa (£65 each in total and highly recommended, just call the Bath Tourist Information Centre to book). We visited the museum in the morning and timed it so we could come straight after for lunch, which was nice as you can see into part of the museum from the dining room. We chose from the set lunchtime menu which we found to have a good range of choices - important for myself as I am pescatarian. We declined the complimentary tea or coffee at the end of the meal so our waiter kindly waived the charge for our soft drinks, which was nice of him. I would recommend booking in advance too as there appeared to be quite a wait for people who hadn't done so. There was a live pianist (unsure of whether this is usual or simply because it happened to be Valentine's Day) which was a nice touch, and lots of historical features in the room itself which were explained by literature on the table. The only thing that put me off slightly was the fact that my boyfriend and I were about half the age of the average diner, both being in our mid twenties! Otherwise it was great.
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