Decent family restaurant. Service grown-up and efficient. Pork tenderloin, onglet and bruschetta all of good quality. Very good espresso. Around £35 per head with a good bottle of wine. Nothing to dislike, and plenty to appreciate.
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Small Bistro in pedestrian alley just on town side of Royal Crescent, with some outside tables. 10 minutes walk from City centre. Good atmosphere, good friendly service. Tried Gorgonzola Gnocchi and Salmon Penne special, both excellent. Will be back!
We made a special trip to Rustico Bistro for a light lunch. Our experience was disappointing when compared to all the great reviews listed. We must have been unlucky and found them on one of their 'off' days. We believe it was one of the...More
Found by chance, and what a find. Excelkent food, simple cosy interior, great service. Will definately return. Fillet steak was superb.
Food was fantastic; very reminiscent of small bistros in southern Italy. The service was attentive and jovial, helped by the small size of the restaurant which gave a cosy atmosphere. Pricing was high but I see this as a restaurant you would use for a...More
Without a doubt the best restaurant in Bath; my wife have frequented this lovely restaurant for about 6 months and everything about every meal has been perfect. The welcome is friendly and inviting; service is impeccable and always the right side of attentive. Food is...More