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“Great value, one not to miss”

Green Park Brasserie
Ranked #112 of 628 Restaurants in Bath
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$8 - US$49
Cuisines: European, British
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Good for: Child-friendly, Local cuisine, Groups
Dining options: Lunch, After-hours, Breakfast, Dinner, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Description: Best Restaurant - Bath Life Awards. Established 1992.In a magnificent, restored station the brasserie is a stylish Restaurant and Bar, serving excellent, fresh, local food in a vibrant, relaxed ambience. The braz features live music 4 evenings per week, Wednesday to Saturday from 7.30 on Wednesday and Thursdays and from 8 on Fridays and Saturdays. An excellent value, early diner menu is available if ordered before 7pm. We also offer a range of fixed price menus for large groups. The lunch and evening enus change seasonally.The bar features a great range of wines by the glass, Butcombe Bitter and Veltins Pilsener on draught, a full range of spirits. The braz has free wi fi, organic Sumatran coffee and 2 large al fresco areas. The brasserie is famous for it's Saturday morning Farmer's Market Breakfast, all ingredients from the adjacent Farmer's Market. Sunday lunch is a relaxed affair, with great roasts including Beef from Hinton Estate and lighter dishes.
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What a wonderful evening! Visiting from London, we stumbled across their separate pizza place on the Friday and managed to get a table here for the following night. Very glad we booked as other people had to wait for a table - although waiting isn't bad when there's live music and well stocked bar! The venue is very unique in an old railway station ticket hall and had an impressive, trendy jazz group playing. The atmosphere was busy but relaxed, and our waitress was very helpful recommending dishes and wines that went together. The Fish Pie was very very good as was my sticky toffee pudding. My partner's chicken was very flavoursome and he enjoyed his creme brûlée - some of which I did too! Thank you for a very memorable evening.

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Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

We went here on the recommendation of one of the resident musicians and it did not disappoint. We loved all courses but if I had to pick two they would have to be the crab and crayfish fish cakes, stunning, and the elderberry jelly desert was a bit special to say the least. Dan Reid, an outstanding trumpeter, was busy ensuring that we had some beautiful background music and backed by two excellent musicians making the Dan Reid Trio. The staff were very helpful, so all in all and excellent result. Well worth a visit. Thank you all.

Thank Seamusq33
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Reviewed 15 June 2018

We were delighted to find green park brasserie as it seems Bath is becoming awash with chain restaurants. The band were playing upbeat jazz and funk music which included some popular covers. This and the busy nature of the restaurant created a brilliant atmosphere. I had the scallops to start followed by the beef special, both cooked perfectly. Our waitress couldn't do enough for us, she was very friendly and looked after us from start to finish without being overbearing. Shall return on next visit to Bath.
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Thank pauladavis83
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

This is housed in an old railway station and the main dining room is in the old booking hall. We had the best fish pie ever and a very pale rose wine to go with it. From Wednesday to Saturday here is live jazz and the trio were non intrusive and a pleasure to listen t.

Thank Helen17112013
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Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

Just over the road from our hotel we had a brillint meal and enjoyed the live music on Friday night. The Brasserie Burger is a must! Brilliant atmosphere in a unique space.

Thank mikejameson21
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