CORONA VIRUS MEASURES FOR THE YEAR 2020 We want to safeguard both our customers and our employees, so we ask that our visitors be aware of the consequences of social alienation in a small restaurant like ours.
If a guest is aware that they are susceptible to COVD 19, they must make an informed decision about the hazards of sitting and eating in a public setting. Guests should also stay at home if they have a new persistent cough or fever.
In order to increase the spacing between tables, we have removed/put out of service 40% of the tables in our restaurant.
All of our guests’ contact information will be kept on file in case we need to seek them down.
Bookings with more than two people will be assumed to be part of that guest’s support bubble, allowing them to share a table with the other diners. This would be enough for two houses and a total of six persons. As a result, we will not separate these persons from one another, but only from the other diners.
When entering the building, visitors will be asked to apply hand sanitizer.
Some aspects of our service structure will have changed to comply with government standards that limit the amount of time spent at the table and physical contact with guests or anything on the table.
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In a calm ambiance, our bustling, independent restaurant delivers modern European food from a seasonally changing menu, accompanied by old world wine.
Wine List Lunch Menu Dinner Menu The Circus Restaurant is located at 34 Brock Street in Bath, United Kingdom, BA1 2LN.
We start serving coffee at 10:00 a.m.
Lunch is served from 12 p.m. until 15 p.m.
Afternoon tea is served from 15:30 to 16:30.
Dinner is served from 17:00 p.m. until 12:00 a.m. (last orders at around 22. 30)
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The Circus Restaurant is a great place to eat.
The Circus Restaurant is one of Bath’s shining culinary treasures, delivering seasonal, locally sourced, freshly cooked English food. It is a tiny, very busy, much-admired family-run enterprise. It boasts a well-curated wine list and a kind and courteous staff. You’ll find reasonable the circus restaurant bath and honest prices in this magnificent Georgian house between The Circus and the Royal Crescent, and you’ll want to return soon. The Times’ 20 Secret Restaurants That Foodies Love ranked it fourth in the UK. Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. (closed Sunday). It is recommended that you make a reservation.
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Restaurant 21 at the Circus
Busy, family-run restaurant with seasonal, properly sourced, freshly cooked food; reasonable rates; friendly service; located between The Circus and The Royal Crescent in one of Bath’s most attractive settings. It is recommended that you make reservations.
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