Jamie's Italian (Bath) Reviews
Newest Review: ... under the brick selection, sides then desserts. I had Lamb Lollypops which are cooked under the brick, and my partner had a beef burger, you had to buy chips seperately. I had funky chips which are garlic and parsley chips, my partner had these odd-chips which are actually fried cous cous with parmesan sprinkled over them. Both chips were gorgeous. Meals were around £15.00 a dish, then you had to buy chips seperately at around £3 each. So quite pricey. The menu selection wasn't very Italian i thought, but I'm not complaining as I loved the food, it was absolutely delicous. Desserts were £5 each. Same as Pizza express, the cheeseca... more
Customer Jamie's Italian (Bath) Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 187 readings)
When walking through Bath in the shopping area i noticed a sign pointing down Milsom Place for Jamie's Italian, i was soooo excited! I love Jamie Oliver, i find him a great tv personality and his dishes look so yummy on the television. The Menu was a bit random, quite a small-ish selection but quite varied. There was a entree section, a starter section, a pasta section, mains section, under the brick selection, sides then desserts. I had Lamb Lollypops which are cooked under the brick, and my partner had a beef burger, you had to buy chips seperately. I had funky chips which are garlic and parsley chips, my partner had these odd-chips which are ... Read the complete review
by Mrs Lashers - written on 02/03/10
We went for a weekend away in Chippenham this weekend and saturday we drove to Bath we found Jamie's Italian,we had such a lovely evening the staff was really friendly the cocktails were lovely and the food was amazingly delicious especially the lemon cheesecake with a crisp sugar coating it was HEAVY!!!!!!! i thought the restaurant was brilliant i was raving all about it to friends when we came back home to Reading, and said it would be so cool if there was one local and to my surprise i went to town today and they are opening a new Jamie's Italian real soon i cant wait....I can guarentee we will be making it a regular visit's even if its just for the lemon cheesecake.
by - written on 21/04/09 (Very useful, 492 readings)
I came across the restaurant by pure chance but I am glad I did. It is tucked away in Milsom Street - through a short walkway from the main high street. One of only 4 Jamie Oliver Italian restaurants in the UK I had to try this. You don't book to go here - they want it to have a relaxed atmosphere so you just show up unless you are booking for a party of 8 or more people and then you would need to. My friend and I turned up about 2.30 and it was very busy but the staff were very friendly and said we could have drinks at the bar and they would have a table for us within half an hour. At the bar, we were so hungry that we chose to order the two ... Read the complete review
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