|Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday||5.30pm – 9.30pm|
|Friday – Saturday||5.30pm – 10pm|
Just in case the image for Eight hasn’t sold its impeccable menu (although we’re not sure if that's possible), we thought we should share a few words about this exquisite venue. Eight have a simple goal that’s the secret to everything it does: to serve just eight dishes that change with the seasons.
From coast, field and forest, Eight takes you on a concise yet creative culinary journey of the very best of British ingredients. What we like about Eight’s food is that it’s all served in medium sized dishes, so you can work your way through at least two or three on every visit to get a better understanding of the taste, textures and delicacies of each season.
Eight’s also a hotel with (you’ve guessed it) eight rooms available. Each room has been decorated with contemporary furnishings that nod towards Bath’s iconic Georgian design heritage. Much like the food, they whisper a minimalist yet sophisticated style. If you want a delightful view out into the city, we recommend booking one of the upper rooms. we recommend with the upper rooms offering a delightful view of the city.
The final piece in Eight’s jigsaw is its Historic Bar. Tucked below street level, this is a real hidden gem, with dramatic stone-brick fireplaces that recall the city’s medieval past and a beautiful selection of cocktails effortlessly served in elegant glassware. As if this venue hasn’t pulled out all the stops already, the Historic Bar is seriously the icing on the cake.
If you’re planning on visiting Bath and staying the night, Eight is really a no brainer for a captivating bite to eat, something to drink and a place to stay. And for residents, Eight’s restaurant might have been hiding in plain site for too long.