Plate at The Bird, Bath
Alfresco Dining in Bath, with a touch of ‘ta-da’!
On Thursday 15th April, luxury boutique hotel, The Bird, just a short saunter from Bath’s main attractions, will open its Plate Terrace. Offering one of the city’s best alfresco views and offering a sensory layer cake for the eyes, the terrace is perfectly located to take in the beautiful scenery of Bath. It sits in an elevated position with views across to the Rec, Bath Abbey and the honey-coloured stone buildings beyond. Reflecting the fun and flamboyant nature of the hotel, this colourful space is designed to bring a smile to everyones faces after a year of lockdowns. A mix of relaxed seating for dining and drinks includes covered pavilions for the Terrace to be enjoyed by families, friends – and four-legged friends - whatever the weather brings.
The Terrace menu is focused on the very finest local produce and has been created by Head Chef Leon Smith, the man behind the hotel’s recently launched Plate restaurant. Family favourites will delight in a set-menu including burgers with Godminster cheddar, to haddock with minted peas and triple cooked chips, or a wild mushroom and goats cheese tart with purple sprouting broccoli and Jersey Royals. An A La Carte offering also includes Braised lamb shoulder, Pan fried bass with samphire and caviar sauce, or an 8oz sirloin steak with bone marrow & parmesan butter. At the weekends, breakfast will be served from 9am with a tempting selection to set diners up for the day, from a Full English to Eggs Benedict or Pancakes.
'Offering one of the city’s best alfresco views and offering a sensory layer cake for the eyes, the terrace is perfectly located to take in the beautiful scenery of Bath.'
The Plate Terrace at The Bird, Bath will be open from 11am to 10pm, Wednesday to Sunday for drinks, lunch and dinner service, as well as for breakfast from 9am at the weekend.
From 17th May, Plate’s renowned outdoor Dining Domes will make their return, perfect for your very own bubble of up to six guests. You can enjoy lunch, afternoon tea or dinner in one of these delightfully decorated domes, whilst enjoying the view of the century from your elevated position, with Bath Abbey glowing and the golden Bath stone glistening in the moonlight each evening.