FOOD

DRINK

The Canteen menu is inspired by nostalgia with a modern British twist. Careful cooking considered sourcing of ingredients and a touch of George and the teams technique offer up a tasty menu that nods to British Classics.

We are open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday through to Saturday and also for Sunday Lunch. Reservations are taken for the main restaurant tables with the counter window seating (where you can watch the world go by) held back for walk-in customers.
A little loosener to start? Our House Cocktails, mixed and canned in-house, are just the ticket. The range is made up of our 211 Negroni, 9/10 Martini and a Rye Old Fashioned.

Our core wine list is food centric, leaning towards the old world and is complemented by rotating wine specials, available both by the glass or bottle.

Our sister Beckford Bottle Shop is just up the street, so if none of these quite tickle your fancy, you can buy any bottle there, show your receipt and we will charge just an extra £15/ bottle corkage charge. This gives probably the largest and most diverse wine list in Bath, and at the most reasonable prices.  We also offer a range of local beers, cider and soft drinks.

Suppliers

Using the best produce that the South West has to offer

Walter Rose Butchers

wiltshire & Somerset
Walter Rose & Son is a multi-award winning, catering and retail butcher. They are recognised for their master butchery skills and unrivalled sustainable meat products. Traditional values have shaped this business, with core beliefs of supplying the best produce and the highest level of service to their customers, are the foundation of their success.

Trenchmore Farm

west sussex
Trenchmore's Sussex Wagyu herd are slow grown and grass fed, spending the summer grazing the fields around the farm. Grass is the most important part of their diet. This is grown both on the permanent pasture fields, which produces mixed grasses from fields that could not grow another crop viably into food we can eat, and our herbal leys, which are part of the 6 year crop rotation and used to help restore fertility and soil structure. 
Mixed farms that use ruminants to turn grass into food and improve soil structure are becoming recognised as being at the forefront of sustainable farming.

Community Farm

BRISTOL
The Community Farm is a community-owned organic farm that grows, sources and delivers nourishing produce and fabulous vegetables via their award-winning veg box scheme. They are a not-for-profit organisation and every year thousands of local people benefit physically and mentally from wellbeing courses, social events and volunteering sessions at their beautiful land overlooking Chew Valley Lake, just south of Bristol.