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King William

36 Thomas Street, BATH, BA1 5NN

A short stroll from the city centre on a busy main road, this unassuming Bath stone building offers a happy mix of destination dining inn and locals' pub. In the cosy snug and traditional bar, real ale buffs will generally find a regular Palmers ale, supplemented by guest beers from local microbreweries such as Stonehenge, Milk Street and Yeovil. The kitchen creates traditional dishes, with a contemporary twist, from locally produced seasonal ingredients. A winter dinner menu offers the likes of a starter of curried parsnip soup and Bertinet; or chicken and black pudding terrine, Waldorf salad and rosemary focaccia then a main course of duck breast, lentils, black cabbage, smoked prune sauce; or slow-cooked pork belly, white beans, sage pesto, chicory and cider syrup. Rhubarb sponge and stem ginger ice cream is one highly comforting end to an evening, matched by a carefully chosen wine list.

Further information

Tel: 01225 428096
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Stonehenge Danish Dynamite, Palmers Dorset Gold, Milk Street Funky Monkey, Yeovil Ales Star Gazer


All week
12-3 5-close (Sat-Sun 12-close)


25-26 Dec


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.



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At junct of Thomas St & A4 (London Rd), on left from Bath towards London. 15 mins' walk from Bath Spa rail station

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