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Wild Café

10a Queen Street Bath BA1 1HE 01225 448 673

We say

On a side street just south of Queen Square (look out for the blue bicycle outside), this airy, whitewashed café serves sarnies, salads and British classics from its open kitchen throughout the day. There’s fruit pancake stack, Mexican rabbit sandwich, mussels and cider, all made with local seasonal produce.

You say Average Rating ★★★★☆

Fantastic! Fresh! Funky! ★★★★★

I first visited this cute cafe when on a Christmas break in Bath, after a cold walk round the city it offered a cosy, friendly atmosphere and a range of warming, nutritious food and drinks. When returning to Bath for a girly get together I forced my friends to traipse around the side alleys to find this little gem. By chance we found it, after a few wring turns, and we were so happy we had persisted. You might have to wait for a table, or the food which is all freshly cooked, but it is well worth it!

Wild Café reviewed by on March 2nd, 2013

Best bacon sandwich in town? ★★★★☆

Fantastic bacon sarnies - IF you can get a table (it's always packed!)

Wild Café reviewed by on April 3rd, 2012

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How much?

Full English breakfast £6.50, sandwiches from £3.50, mains from £6.35


  • Brunch Available
  • Wifi

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  • Family-Friendly
  • Town & City


Mon–Fri 8am–6pm, Sat 10am–6pm, Sun 11am–4pm

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