Set right in the heart of the city, Zizzi Bath serves up all kinds of rustic Italian recipes, including gluten-free and vegan options. With décor inspired by the Georgian architecture of the city, there is also local artwork on the walls, and a warm, family-friendly ambience.
The Zizzi menu offers a reinvention of traditional Italian cuisine, as well as a range of trusty classic dishes. Enjoy thin and crispy rustica pizzas loaded with fresh toppings, a skinny pizza range with all offerings under 550 calories, and sumptuous cichetti tasting plates. Complementing the rich natural flavours, the Zizzi wine list is compiled by Italian wine expert, Guillaume Aubert.
Specially designed for younger diners, a bambini menu at this Zizzi restaurant in Bath is filled with tempting yet nutritious Italian dishes. For dessert, organic gelato comes courtesy of renowned ice cream maker, Kitty Travers.
A comfy spot to relax and unwind, Zizzi Bath is a stone's throw from several Bath landmarks, including the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- afternoon tea (1)
- al fresco (3)
- child friendly (4)
- dinner (19)
- large parties (4)
- lunch (13)
- private dining (2)
- trendy (1)
- value (8)
28 August 2020
Service excellent, food really nice
12 August 2020
The starters were cold and totally tasteless. The main courses were bland and lacking in substance. A complete debacle.
16 January 2020
Cassarecia Pollo picante favourite dish !
2 December 2019
Really good. Nice waitress Kia. Very consensus and totally on the ball.
30 November 2019
The waiter was really attentive but not overpowering. We were seated straight away and had great service. Loved the pizza and i had crab cannelloni it was superb
9 November 2019
13 August 2019
We had a good meal, served by cheerful and attentive staff. One had lasagne which he said was excellent, and another had prawn spaghetti which was great too.
15 June 2019
Excellent, as always
6 June 2019
A pleasant location and excellent food.
31 May 2019
Staff were amazing but food was bland