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Bath’s foodie tapestry since 1908 (starting out on Walcot Street and even surviving a Blitz blast), Seafoods is now owned by Ian Menzies, a trained chef with experience working in Michelin-starred restaurants such as Le Gavroche – so it’s a supremely safe bet for your seafood supper fix, which you can pick up for just over £5. 38 Kingsmead Street, Bath 01225 465190; www.seafoodsfishandchips.co.uk


Pre-order at Mission


Burrito, and skip straight to the front of the queue


Pollocks


Bath’s newest fish and chip shop is a real family affair, serving traditional English tucker in the form of sustainable line-caught fish like hake and pollock. The team can even whip up a gluten- free batter, and here’s the best bit: you can enjoy a traditional real ale, wine or Pollocks-own champagne from the bar while you wait for your fish supper (which will set you back somewhere between £3 and £6 we reckon) beside the open fire.


2 Grove Street, Bath 01225 421575; www.pollocksofbath.co.uk


Seafoods


Whether it’s cod, haddock, plaice or mackerel that tickles your fancy, a trip to Seafoods is always a wise move. Part of


This down to earth pizza and pie emporium offers creative choices such as The Lamb Roast pizza with mint and thyme-roasted sweet potato; The Pump Room Piggy with Sandridge Farm bacon and free-range egg; and The Bath Blaster with local pork and Naga chillies (all between £8.50 and £13.50). If you fancy recreating a Stable feast at home, pop in, place your order and the guys will box it up for you to take away there and then. 16 George Street, Bath 01225 429851; www.stablepizza.com


The Stable Schwartz Bros


If gourmet burgers are your bag, try Schwartz Bros. Established here in the 1970s, Schwartz has stuck around for over 30 years under the same ownership – and aren’t we glad! (We’ve a major soft spot for the Roadhouse Chilliburger...) A cut above your average burger joint, it offers plenty of choice for vegetarians and vegans, and although they don’t deliver, the menu is reasonably priced, at


Quality alternatives to the TV dinner at Cavendish Cooks


Pop into The Stable pizza emporium and the guys will box up a feast


around £5 per burger. 102 Walcot Street & Sawclose,


Bath; 01225 463613; 01225 461726; www.schwartzbros.co.uk


These relative newcomers offer traditional Neapolitan street food such as macaroni frittatine, croquettes, and arancini – alongside smokey mozzarella- stuffed burgers. We think the star of the menu is the pizza (from £8.95) – the dough recipe was passed to the team by ‘pizza consultant’ Gianluca Donzelli, who competed in last year’s International Pizzaiolo Championships in Naples, no less. Yammo offers free delivery within two miles and food is prepared in-house from the best local suppliers including Walter Rose & Sons and Bertinet Bakery. 66 Walcot Street, Bath 01225 938328; www.yammo.co.uk BL


Yammo


Seafoods: part of Bath’s foodie tapestry since 1908


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