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The return of the Great Bath Feast: tasty bites in Bath

PUBLISHED: 15:33 26 September 2016 | UPDATED: 15:33 26 September 2016

Demuths Roasted Squash Salad

Demuths Roasted Squash Salad

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Tickle your tastebuds at the annual Great Bath Feast

Bath Bites will spice things upBath Bites will spice things up

The Great Bath Feast returns this month for a nine-day celebration of the World Heritage City’s vibrant food and drink scene. From the 1-9 October food lovers can savour a menu of culinary delights, so let us spill the beans on some of the highlights.

Bites Food & Drink Fair

Bath Bites Food and Drink Fair will be spicing things up in Abbey Churchyard with 12 locally- sourced food vendors, serving a wide array of delicious hot and cold food to get the taste buds tingling. Granny Garbutt’s Gin Palace will bring a touch of luxury with an extensive menu of more than 100 gins, including local favourite, Bath Gin.

Take a look at our 9 of the best cocktail bars in Bath for potential places to head for drinks after the fair.

Sample some Sake

A Japanese sake tasting evening will bring a great collection of sake brewers to The Holburne Museum and Yo! Sushi will be providing some tasty nibbles.

Mark National Champagne Week at the Roman BathsMark National Champagne Week at the Roman Baths

Luxuriate in Lanson Champagne

Celebrate Champagne Week with an exclusive Champagne Lanson tasting dinner at the Roman Baths. Enjoy a Champagne cocktail reception in the torch lit Roman Baths before tucking into a sumptuous four-course dinner, expertly paired with Champagne from the Lanson collection.

Get hands on at Bertinet Kitchen

Join the fabulous Eleonora Galasso and celebrate la dolce vita of cooking the way the Romans do. Or get in the mood for cosy autumnal cooking and learn how to put a contemporary twist on traditional Irish dishes with Clodagh McKenna.

Speedy Suppers at Demuths

Don’t let a busy day at work put you off cooking. Let Demuths show you how to cook quick, home cooked, healthy and vibrant meals every night of the week.

Lucknam Park’s Mini Masterclass

Join Lucknam Park’s Head Chef, Ben Taylor, for a mini masterclass. Watch him demonstrate popular dishes from Lucknam Park’s menu and listen as he describes what life in the kitchens is like and what inspires him most.

Breakfast at No.1 Royal Crescent

Sample delicious hot buns, toasted fruit bread, Hasslacher’s hot chocolate, tea and coffee in the comfort of the private servants’ hall at No.1 Royal Crescent.

An evening of talk and tastings with Monika Linton

Spend an evening with Monika Linton, a true pioneer of Spanish food in the UK, and take a look at her new cookbook, Brindisa: The True Food of Spain, which offers a vibrant celebration of classic regional specialities and unusual artisan dishes.

Electric Bear’s Beer and Curry Night

Nick Peters of The Grocer Café brings a contemporary Indian menu to Electric Bear for a celebration of the time honoured combination of beer and curry. Try an Indian take on a burrito, masala fries or Indian custard tarts.

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