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The Hole In The Wall
16 George Street
Bath
Bath

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Recently refurbished and under enthusiastic new ownership, The Hole in the Wall has a new lighter feel, while retaining the ambience in which some of the country's finest chefs have learned their trade. After the first years trading the new owners are pleased to have been awarded best business lunch of the year‚ as well as compliments and accolades from regular Hole in the wall‚ customers and new.
The kitchen is under the guidance of executive chef Gerry Dowd, who‚s worked with the Roux brothers at The Waterside Inn in Bray, Gerry has created a menu offering modern British dining, strongly themed on West Country produce.
Everything is made on site, including breads, ice-creams, a constantly changing set lunch and pre theatre menu (a superb two courses for £9.95). The Hole in the Wall aims to become a much-visited, friendly local restaurant, as well as one for special occasions.
A carefully created wine list means you can choose from over 70 wines and numerous wines by the glass, from all areas of the globe, so there are reasonably priced options to tempt anyone's palate.
The Hole in The Wall looks set to return as one of Bath's culinary focal points

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