Kingsmead Kitchen is one stylish eatery. With its light green facade and outdoor tables, there’s something about it that makes us think of the English countryside; timeless, relaxed and with a pinch of elegance, it suits its home on Kingsmead Square down to the very last detail. And, of course, this is no coincidence. Venue hosts Edi and Geraldine consciously chose to present this image as a representation of the quality and local-focus of the food served here.
In a nutshell, Kingsmead Kitchen is a cafe that serves some of your favourite breakfast and lunch plates. We’re talking hearty breakfasts, sandwiches, and omelettes. But don’t get us wrong - this is worlds apart from an old-school greasy cafeteria. Kingsmead Kitchen are driven to reinvent these classics and dispel some of the negative connotations associated with them. Firstly, everything is made from scratch on site by their head chef Dan and sous chef Luke, guaranteeing a fresh and flawless take on each menu item. Secondly, they pride themselves on using only local Bath-based suppliers, ensuring that providence and quality is managed and prioritised where possible.
And they go one step further with a selection of cracking specials including jerk chicken on a black bean salad, flaked salmon on Thai noodles, and slow-cooked beef chilli served with a cheese cornbread. There’s even a specials board with some seasonal gems on, so definitely have a gander at this if you want to try something a little bit different.
But perhaps best of all - they serve wine and a choice of local beers. And what with their location on Kingsmead Square, there really is no better place to kickback with a drink and watch the world go by.
Kingsmead Kitchen ticks a lot of boxes for us and we always leave with a smile on our faces. Cheers Edi, Gerladine and the team for making Bath your home - we salute you.