48 hours in Bath

Over Bank Holiday Eleanor and I headed South for the weekend. After a quick stop in Bristol to visit a friend (read about our trip HERE) we headed for 48 hours in Bath. Sightseeing, comedy and lots and lots of food was on the agenda… Where did we park? We arrived late on the Saturday,…

Phat Yaks – Bath

Again, walking through Bath over the bank holiday weekend (check out our itinerary HERE), Eleanor and I came across another spectacular lunch spot, Phat Yaks, a┬áNepalese street food restaurant on Kingsmead Square. The first time we walked past Phat Yaks it was actually closed (they don’t open on a Sunday) and so we made sure…

Chai Walla- Bath

Whilst wandering the streets of Bath, Eleanor and I came across Chai Walla. A tiny independent Indian street food hut, sandwiched between Sainsbury’s and a Peri Peri chicken restaurant on Monmouth Street, the scent of Indian spices could be found from far down the road. Thankfully we got there as soon as lunchtime arrived and…

Koh Thai Tapas – Bath

During our stay in Bath (read all about it here) Eleanor and I had a massive craving for Thai food. Koh Thai Tapas restaurant was footsteps from where we were staying and on our second night we ventured out to try it out. Located just metres from the city centre on Broad Street, it is…

La Perla – Bath

La Perla Restaurant on North Parade, just down the road from the famous Pulteney Bridge, is a gorgeous Spanish tapas restaurant. It is hidden down a spiral staircase tucked away from the city, if we hadn’t taken a detour from the car to the hostel we wouldn’t have found it. Rows of tables are situated…