Bath foodie Richard Bertinet shares with us some of his favourite spots in town...
You can't help but fall for Bath's pretty cobbled streets, gorgeous Georgian architecture, lush parks, boutique shops and, of course, the famous Bath spa. But apart from being a stunning city with interesting history, Bath also appeals to the most earnest of foodies as it has an abundant source of great food producers on its doorstep.
We took a few tips from local epicurean celebrity Richard Bertinet, the French chef and baker who runs the revered cookery school The Bertinet Kitchen. As the BBC's Food Champion of the Year in 2010, his suggestions should be enough to satisfy the most demanding of foodies...
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- The UK's top 10 pubs for grub
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How about rating affordable establishments and reasonable places such as Schwartz burgers, instead of slapping his firends backs and pushing up their profiles and profits?
Yet another article of aspiration so far away from normal people it schmacks of "you scratch my back and I will scratch yours".
P.s I live near Bath and work there, and its pronounced Bath as in path not Baath as in barf.