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Jamie's Italian - Bath

10 Milsom Place, Bath, BA1 1BZ 01225 839882

((((* Italian
Main course: £12
Food spend: £20
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00. Sunday: 12:00 - 22:30.

The food was lovely and the staff were very friendly

Sue Merrett 19 September 2016
from Bath

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Housed within a stunning Georgian building, Jamie’s Italian Bath serves rustic Italian delicacies from world-famous chef Jamie Oliver. The lively bar offers a casual dining spot, whilst authentic trinkets adorn the dining room.

Launched in partnership with Jamie’s Italian mentor, Gennaro Contaldo, the menu at Jamie's Italian in Bath showcases dishes made with responsibly sourced, high-welfare and sustainable ingredients. Tuck into food you’d find people eating all over Italy, including pasta that's hand made on-site every morning, sumptuous antipasti planks loaded with delicious ingredients, and fresh meat and fish dishes.

From the bar you can order from a selection of easy-drinking wines, served alongside ‘Jamie’s choice’ vintages, whilst the Florence Fizz heads a vibrant cocktail selection. A unique twist for younger diners sees them select their award-winning food choices from a viewfinder menu.

Jamie’s Italian offers a fashionable retreat in the bustling city centre. Bath Spa Rail Station is 4 minutes’ drive away.

Jamie's Italian - Bath

10 Milsom Place, Bath, BA1 1BZ

Contact +44 1225432340
Reservations 01225 839882

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Customer reviews for Jamie's Italian - Bath

4,2 ((((* (based on 583 reviews)
86% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • al fresco (42)
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  • breakfast (19)
  • afternoon tea (17)
  • (((** by from Bath

    My third visit to this restaurant. I had booked for a later sitting and was able to change easily to an earlier sitting. I thought that the bar preparation area needed a damn good clean especially the floor. We sat near one of the preparation areas which was great but constantly had people bringing bin bags through the restaurant and mops. Didn't add much to the dining experience!

  • ((((* by from Bath

    We were expected and shown to our table promptly. Our initial drinks order was taken but there was quite a delay before the waiter returned with it and took the rest of our order. However, the food then arrived quickly, was hot and well presented and all our choices were delicious. Our pudding order was also taken quickly and turned out to be delicious too. Staff were polite, smiled and checked that we were happy with our food. For our taste the music was a bit too loud - we had to shout to hear each other.

  • ((*** by from London

    I had the veggie platter and a side of chips. The impression I got of Jamie's Italian is that Jamie has taken some classic Italian dishes and tried to put a little spin on them...the spin is not necessary! The dishes are perfect in their traditional form - it may be that I visited different places in Italy but a veggie platter over there is a plate of freshly sliced, lightly oiled and grilled vegetables - aubergines, peppers, perhaps courgettes. The veggie platter, which, from its description, seemed to be imitating this dish, was a very dainty selection of a couple of slices of aubergine, a small pepper and a little vegetable that I couldn't identify (although it tasted nice!) about the size of an olive - and a couple of olives too! - drenched in olive oil, a watery bit of mozzarella wrapped in a basil leaf, a thin, dry layer of what I'm guessing was a flatbread accompanied by a thin slice of parmesan (so dry!), with a tiny dollop of sweet chilli jam (a bit out of place) and a small crostini (small round of toasted bread with tomato and soft cheese on top). The chips were called something like 'funky fries' so, fair enough, I wasn't expecting the usual, but they had an overpowering taste of garlic, which was...alright but just a bit over the top. All in all, I was disappointed as I was hoping for fresh, tasty food but I didn't really enjoy what I had! I did end up eyeing up the ravioli though - it looked like that at least was done properly!
    Value for money - not great, my partner had a side salad that cost him £4 and consisted of a few shreds of lettuce, a little bit of mozzarella and a cherry tomato sliced in half! The staff were the best thing about the restaurant - very polite and attentive and they found us a table with short notice.

  • ((*** by from Bath

    1 meal unreadable, another very salty and whited us to pay 12.5% service charge. Won't be going back.

  • ((((( by from Bath

    The food was lovely and the staff were very friendly

  • (((** by from Brecon

    We have eaten here several times before, this time our evening was spoilt by having a group out on their stag party. Sadly there seemed to be nothing that the staff could do and we couldn't wait to get from there. In hindsight we should have left straight away especially as the groom said it was the staff's fault for allowing them to book a table.!!!!
    I would still recommend 'Jamie's' in Bath but just be careful who else is dining that night.
    Perhaps there should be a no stag/hen party policy.!!!!!!
    I would also like to add that my daughter's steak was quite sinewy.

  • ((*** by from Melksham

    OK but not over exited Seabees lovely but nothing to go with it without paying

  • ((((( by from Bath

    Brilliant as usual

  • ((((* by from Gloucester

    My wife and I went there to celebrate our anniversary and as a whole we had a positive experience. As starters we had two Meat Plank that were very good except the buffalo mozzarella that was quite old. We are Italians and we know it very well. Than we had Prawn Linguine, that were delicious, and Amatriciana pasta allowing Jamie to send £2 to the Red Cross for the recent terrible earthquake in Amatrice. Also the Amatriciana was good but no Pecorino cheese was served with it that is a very important ingredient that always goes with it.

  • ((((( by from Bath

    Excellent food, staff and whole experience definitely going back

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