The Chequers is a pub turned Gastro pub, one of three run by same management in Bath, a City with many restaurants, many of high quality.It was booked up mid-evening on the day I wished to dine there so I accepted an early booking. The menu is reasonable, the prices a tad high as are many such establishments but the quality of food also high and the wine list quite broad and reasonably priced.
I chose a soup which was a little spicy but extreamly good followed by Cornish Hake which was excellent, my companion only had a main course,Roasted Plaice which was also very good. The restaurant was full, a good sign but the noise level was very high and we were moved to a slightly quieter table, I have eaten there several times and not been aware before of excessive noise so perhaps it was just a 'one off '. With a bottle of house wine and two coffee's the bill was £62-80.
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