Originally we wanted to eat lunch at a cute bakery cafe called Pasty Presto but it wasn't accessible and the outdoor seating was filled. Or rather, as we approached an open outdoor table, some German tourists already sitting there leaped up and claimed the empty table we wanted, saying they had friends joining them. We were pretty annoyed because the way they did it was a little rude. I was tired & hungry & couldn't eat inside because it wasn't accessible, my 70 year old mom was tired form being on her feet for so long, and SP was going low and really needed some food.
So, we went to a place next to Pasty Presto:The Roman Baths Kitchen. It wasn't my first choice, it was a choice of needing food ASAP. I was a little worried about what to eat because I had an upset stomach the night before so I settled for Tomato Soup & bread.
We sat outside, which was lovely because it was sunny and warm. There also is a lot of outdoor entertainment, street performers like the opera singer we enjoyed, and people watching other tourists is always fun!
The Roman Baths Kitchen is a solid choice for a good lunch in Bath right next to the Abbey and Roman Baths. Our service was fine - it was lunch, outside, and casual, so it's kind of hard to judge but it was friendly and fine.
After lunch, I did get a treat from Pasty Presto: SP ran in and got me a ham & cheese croissant that was absolutely divine. So good. I ate it while he pushed me up a hill to the Royal Crescent. So good I didn't save him any.