Breakfast at the Cosy Club, Bath

I often go to the Bonzo Lounge in Keynsham and have visited a few Lounges and Cosy Club’s locally. So when my husband and I had a morning to ourselves we decided to go for Breakfast at the Cosy Club in Bath. Located in central Bath in Southgate shopping centre the Cosy Club is close to both the bus station and Bath Spa train station.

In the past I have been to the Cosy Club in Bath for cocktails and drinks on an evening out. The Cosy Club caters for breakfast, lunch and dinner including tapas dishes. It is also great for a coffee in the day and drinks in the evening.

Breakfast at Cosy Club, Bath
Entrance to Cosy Club in Bath

The Bath Cosy Club entrance is next to the Southgate car park entrance. Located above the shops you have to go upstairs or take the lift to reach the bar.

We visited on a Saturday morning in November, we arrived soon after opening but the restaurant filled up quickly. A family friendly environment with a kids menu and colouring available for children.

One of my favourite things about Cosy Club is the decor, they have lots of lampshades hanging from the ceIling and a range of colours across the room. It has a very relaxed welcoming feel with a unique style.

Breakfast at Cosy Club, Bath
Bar at Cosy Club in Bath

The food & drink

I had a deliciously refreshing fresh orange juice that came in a tall glass with plenty of ice. My husband went for a coffee.

My husband ordered the Cosy Club Breakfast, grilled smoked back bacon, Gloucester Old Spot sausage, field mushrooms, grilled tomato, potato rosti, baked beans and a fried egg with sourdough bread. He didn’t want the tomato so was offered an extra item and choose another sausage. This cost £8.50.

When the food arrived the extra sausage had been put on my plate not my husbands. However he was very happy with his choice a nicely done full English.

I went for the Cosy Eggs which consisted of two poached eggs with hollandaise on a toasted English muffin with smoked back bacon. This cost £6.50. The hollandaise had a sharp vinegar taste but still pleasant and very enjoyable. The eggs were cooked perfectly with a very runny yolk.

I would happily eat at Cosy Club again and very likely will. There were minor things that are a little annoying like the fact that there was no butter or spread on the toast or muffin. However nothing you wouldn’t expect from a busy spot at the weekend. Staff were friendly and helpful if asked but busy.

Breakfast at Cosy Club, Bath
Cosy Eggs with Hollandaise and Bacon

The breakfast menu has a good choice of dishes and several options I wanted to try. The Cosy Club also has a number of vegetarian options with 5 dishes on the breakfast menu. Eight of the breakfasts were also available as gluten free and five vegan options.

The walls are lined with pictures providing lot’s to look at. For a busy environment tables are reasonably spaced and the music is a good distraction from other people’s conversations.

I will go back to Cosy Club, fast efficient service with a decent standard of food for reasonable cost. The good selection of menu choices also means you can find something suitable for most needs / tastes.

You may be interested in my other breakfast reviews.

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2 Comments

  1. December 2, 2019 / 10:56 pm

    The Cosy Breakfast we call, eggs Benedict here in the states. 😃

    • Jade
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      December 2, 2019 / 10:59 pm

      Yes most places over here would call it Eggs Benedict too. Although with ham or salmon usually rather than bacon xx

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