Sunday Brunch at No.15

Over the last few months there has been a lot of Twitter chat about the Sunday Brunch at No.15 Hotel in Bath.

Not wanting to miss out, I booked a table for my friend Anna and I a few weeks back.  We can safely report back that we were not disappointed!

No.15 Great Pultney is found in Great Pultney Street in the beautiful city of Bath. It’s probably one of Baths most iconic streets at 100ft wide with wonderful Georgian property standing proud either side.

The hotel is an eclectic mix of artwork and the highlight has to be the beautiful chandelier which sits just inside the entrance. A request was made to the local city people for any lonesome earrings they had sitting in the jewellery boxes with no partner.

Sunday Brunch is served in Cafe 15 which is downstairs in the hotel. It’s a fairly large dining room with big windows either end making it feel light and airy.

The decor resembles that of an apothecary with vintage glass bottles in glass cabinets lining the walls – this seemed very apt giving that Anna, who I was with, works at a pharmaceutical company (which is where our friendship began). The interior included brightly coloured bottles  mixed with copper kitchenware and a wall filled with antique whisks.

Onto the food..

.Sunday Brunch is a three course affair, we opted for the bottomless option which included prosecco, wine or bloody Mary’s all for a very reasonable £37. The non alcoholic option is £25.

The ‘starter’ is a help-yourself buffet including muffins, pastries, oodles of fresh fruit (for balance), charcuterie, tomato and mozzarella salad and smoked salmon. The temptation to overload your plates with these delicious goodies was high!

There were plenty of options for the main course including Eggs Benedict (predictable for me) and Anna took the minute steak served with fried egg and some chips. It was a difficult decision especially as you could have also had a full English, pancakes or chakchouka.

Finally, desserts – chocolate mousse with salted caramel and caramel ice cream which was incredible. I was torn between this or the white chocolate Eton Mess and maybe in hindsight we should have ordered one of each and shared. (Maybe I’ll just have to go again!)

We were never rushed, our waiter was really friendly and our glasses were never lacking fizz.


We would highly recommend a visit to No.15 for this amazing Sunday Brunch experience!

Where would you recommend for Sunday Brunch?



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