Restaurants in Bath
The Green Park Brasserie occupies the old booking hall of Green Park
Station, built by the Midland Railway in 1870 and used jointly with the
Somerset and Dorset Railway from 1874, closed in 1966 and now magnificently
restored. It is located within a quarter of a mile of the city centre and
has the fantastic advantage of an hour and a half's free parking through the
The Braz. is dedicated to serving quality food and wines at reasonable prices in an informal yet professional style. The ambience is warm, friendly and lively; the style of cuisine eclectic English. The braz is also famous for it's four evenings of live music every week, featuring the best of local, live jazz and acoustic music.
We open for coffee, cakes and paninis at 10.30 and the lunch menu is served from 12 to 2.45 offering a range of food, from local organic beefburgers to salads and specials. We are open through the afternoon for drinks, paninis and beverages. From 6 pm to 7pm a fixed price menu offers great value with three choices or more per course and the à la carte ensures there is a wide range of dishes, from our own organic beefburger to fillet of Aberdeen Angus. There is always a choice of dishes for vegetarians. "Just Drinkers" are welcome at our well stocked bar, with Budvar, San Miguel and Butcombe Bitter on draught, 10 wines by the glass, 40 by the bottle and an extensive range of spirits. We are non smoking inside, but smoking is allowed in our outside, undercover areas. The Brasserie is open all day Tuesday to Saturday and for lunch on Sunday and Monday.
Book online through our website: www.greenparkbrasserie.com
Tuesday to Saturday: 10.30am to 11.00pm
Sunday: lunch orders taken from 12.00 to 2.45
Monday: 10.30am to 3.00pm.
The Brasserie and a large function room upstairs is available for private hire, for receptions, birthday parties and company functions, for between 50 to 200 people. The function room is only available on the weekend.
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
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