Advantages amazing food, lovely atmosphere
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My boyfriend and I have just come back from a 3 day break in Bath and for his birthday we had dinner at DeMuths, a vegetarian restaurant. We had heard good things through various website promoting Bath and were keen to try it out for ourselves. We rang up for a late booking and were happily slotted in for 9pm.On our arrival our first impressions were that the restaurant was small but cosy rather than cramped and the atmosphere was warm and extremely friendly. We were seated and presented with menus and a wine list. The menu is quite short and we first thought that there was a lack of choice, however upon close examination we realised the the dishes all looked so appetising that we were in fact spoiled for choice.
For starters we ordered the beetroot pink polenta and the fennel and sage tortelini (i was so impressed that 3 days later i stilll remember exactly what we ordered!). These dishes were incredible - unusual flavours but all so delicately balanced and just worked so well. The dishes were also a nice size for starters, perhaps a little on the big size, but i'm hardly going to whine about that!
We were so incredibly full that we thought it wise to share a pudding between us - although the selcetion of puddings is one of the best i've seen for choice and all look so amazing that i wanted to order them all just to see what they looked like. We opted for the organic honey and ginger ice-cream, although i spent quite some time deliberating between this and the dark choc fudge cake. Once again we were happy with our choice! Food - superb.PRICE
ATMOSPHERE and LAYOUT
Be warned, this is not really a wheel-chair friendly zone with the toilets and some seating being down a steep staircase. Other than this, Demuths is a beautiful restaurant lit by tea lights with perfectly spaced tables to fit parties of 2, like ourselves, up to 6. It's small so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment. The staff are very friendly (our dishes were brought out by two waiting staff and the dining floor was generally waited on by one very lovely waitress).
The menu is very well laid out, with each dish specifically saying weather it's vegan or wheat free or gluten free etc.LOCATION
At this point i should say, that i am a dedicated carnivore - i love eating meat and won't turn vegetarian, but this restaurant did a lot to make me doubt myself!!
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