We had a light lunch here more for the atmosphere than the food. The room the restaurant in is magnificent and the piano playing in the background was lovely. It was busy but there were hardly any queues for waiting for a table. The waitress we had was lovely and smiled and when I asked a a couple of questions about the history of the restaurant she went and found out the answers to what she did not already know. For fans of Jane Austin or Georgette Heyer a meal or tea at the Pump Room is a must. We tried the bath water from the fish fountain, warm and an acquired taste. The lunch was ok, I did not like the soup carrot and orange and found it an odd flavour. My ham hock salad was fine and my wife enjoyed her welsh rabbit and a glass of merlot which she liked too. All in all it was a nice experience and the view of the Kings Bath from the internal window was good and I even got to see some fire jugglers outside in the throughfare entertaining the crowds.
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