- Main course: £12
- Food spend: £25
A light and airy French restaurant, Brasserie Gérard – Bath specialises in elegant French cuisine. There are striking views of the surrounding hills and countryside.
Fresh, seasonal produce is used to create simple yet classic French cuisine at Brasserie Gérard restaurants. Gallic specialities on the Brasserie Gerard menu include a good range of 21-day aged steaks, along with fresh mussels and frites or Burgundy snails baked in garlic and butter. An excellent wine list will accentuate the tasty French classics.
For breakfast, choose from Eggs Benedict or a selection of French pastries, while the dessert menu reveals true classics like tarte tatin and citron tart. Quick snacks, light meals and croque monsieurs are also options with the snacks rapides menu, and Brasserie Gérard also has a popular children’s menu with an activity pack.
In the centre of picturesque Bath, Brasserie Gérard serves up fine French classics. Close to the renowned Roman Baths, Bath Spa Rail Station is a 7-minute walk away.
Brasserie Gerard - Bath
The Empire, Grand Parade, Bath, BA2 4DF
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Customer reviews for Brasserie Gerard - Bath
((((( 26 November 2011 by Crestashirl from close to Buckingham
We dined at 7pm, very prompt service and beautiful food, have been before and always enjoy going back, service, quality just as good.
((((* 12 November 2011 by ricardoooooooooooooooooooo from bath
good food,good service,lacked atmosphere
((((( 9 October 2011 by Glo with the flow! from Poole, Dorset
We dined at 7.30 but it was still quite quiet. We couldn't fault the food which was excellent and served on hot plates which some restaurants don't seem to think is important.
((((* 30 August 2011 by Lorraine from Slough
Quality of food was good we had mussels and the tiger prawn starter which was lovely but the prawns had the shells on and therefore were difficult to eat. We had to request a finger bowl!I dont agree with paying extra for veg and the main meal portions were on the small side for the money. A nice experience but dont think we would return due to cost [$] for 3 courses and 1 glass of wine each.
(((** 27 March 2011 by Bradders from Sherborne
We dined at 14:00 hrs Very good service and puddings The weekend special steak and chips was disappointing and we had to ask for the bread!
(((** 10 March 2011 by Spike from Chippenham
Times Change...... maybe I'm getting old, maybe I've done too many fine restaurants in the past, but eating out can seem a tad on the overpriced side to me nowadays. This was typical Brasserie Gerard fare (same menu across the chain in these parts), nice but nothing particularly special (steak and fries – chicken breast in a sauce of some description – etc.).I know they have some serious overheads but eating out is not the value it was even 10 years ago. [$] bought us 2 starters, 2 mains, 1 dessert, ½ carafe of house red and a soda water and lime……… not huge amounts; no coffees, no expensive wine. As I say…. Times change. But, Brasserie Gerard in Bath has a good atmosphere, pleasant surrounding and we had a good waiter.
((((( 7 March 2011 by irishnora from petersfield
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