- Prominently situated only moments from Bath Abbey, close to Parade Gardens, Browns' lofty, spacious premises and excellent food has earned it good reviews from such luminaries as the Guardian newspaper. The building was once used as a court house, and retains little touches, including some of the original graffiti on the cell doors. Decorated throughout in cool and sophisticated Anglo-Indian chic, Browns has a relaxing and tranquil ambience. A very varied menu makes Browns an exciting place to eat. Lunches include pasta, swordfish steak and the slightly more prosaic but nevertheless delicious steak, mushroom and Guinness pie. Even the side dishes evince a touch of the exotic and there are lighter meals available such as salads and hot sandwiches; there is also a special children's menu. In addition, the upstairs bar is a godsend on a Saturday night if you fancy a quick drink in a place where you can hear yourself think.
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