Our own amazing restaurant and microbrewery.
Found right by Bath train station, our restaurant and microbrewery is at the heart of what Bath Ales do, showing our love of great beer and food.
Here we serve up modern but hearty British food next to perfectly kept Bath Ales beer and Graze’s unique on-site brewed Platform 3. The menu has a strong focus on British meat cookery with a particular emphasis on dry-aged steak cooked in our Josper charcoal oven. In addition to the seriously meaty fare there is also a great selection of small plates, fish and shellfish dishes and vegetarian options, as well as seasonal specials.
This can all be enjoyed in and around the arches of the 19th century railway station, originally built by none other than Isambard Kingdom Brunel, with fantastic service and a warm welcome.
- Sustainable Restaurant Association 2016
- Western Daily Press - Best Drinks Producer 2016
|Mon||11am - 11pm|
|Tue||11am - 11pm|
|Wed||11am - 11pm|
|Thr||11am - 11pm|
|Fri||11am - Midnight|
|Sat||11am - Midnight|
|Sun||11am - 10:30pm|
Food serving times
|Mon||12pm - 10pm|
|Tue||12pm - 10pm|
|Wed||12pm - 10pm|
|Thr||12pm - 10pm|
|Fri||12pm - 10pm|
|Sat||12pm - 10pm|
|Sun||12pm - 9pm|
There is capacity for 180 diners. We ask groups of 10 or more for a £10 deposit per head, with pre-orders required a week in advance. Dining times are set at either 6pm or 9pm with prior arrival. Please enquire for more details.
Please note during rugby matches and on special events we will be serving a reduced menu.