Located on George Street, in the heart of this world heritage city, our 13th bistrot opened in June 2015.

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Our ‘raison d’être’ is great value French cooking and seasonal menus. We like to combine French bistrot classics such as steak-frites, boeuf bourguignon and crème brûlée with our own take on regional favourites like tarte flambée, confit de canard and pâté de campagne. Our relaxed and friendly bistrots are the place to go for any occasion.

Situated in a Grade II listed building within a terraced parade of Georgian houses, our bistrot can be found close to historic landmarks such as the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and the Museum of Costume.

Open seven days a week serving lunch and dinner we have something for everyone, from our two-course Prix fixe lunch for £11.95 and two course Pre théâtre menu for £14.95 to our evening À la carte menu. We also offer a children's menu and gluten free dishes.

Visit Us

4 Princes Buildings
George Street

01225 321 840

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Opening hours

Morning :
Saturday & Sunday 9–11.30am
Full breakfast menu available.

Lunch :
Monday to Friday 12–3pm
Saturday & Sunday 11.30am–5pm

Dinner :
Monday to Wednesday 5–9.30pm
Thursday to Saturday 5–10pm
Sunday 5–9pm

Bank Holiday Monday opening hours are the same as Sunday opening hours.

Also nearby

  • Roman Baths

    The Roman Baths is one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. Click Here

  • Theatre Royal

    Brimming with history, the Theatre Royal is one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in Britain. Comprising of three auditoria, the Main House, Ustinov Studio and the Egg Theatre for children and young people, a wonderfully varied programme of top quality entertainment is on offer all year round.Click Here

  • Jane Austen Centre

    Discover the history and world of Jane Austen, one of the most widely read writers in English literature. The permanent exhibition tells the story of Jane’s experience in the city between 1801 and 1806 and the effect that living here had on her and her writing. Click Here


General Manager - Beau

Beau joined our bistrot family as a waiter in 2007. He quickly progressed to Shift Leader and then Assistant Manager, before taking up the role of General Manager in 2010.

Head Chef - James

James has worked for a number of both branded and private restaurants throughout his industrious chef career. Prior to moving to Bath, James was in an area support and development role for all Bar One, before taking over as Head chef at Bills where he stayed for a year and a half. James then joined our Bistrot Pierre family in May 2016.

Our first visit to Le Bistrot Pierre and we were not disappointed, very good food, service, ambience and value for money. we had a lovely lunch meal. I feel you will be a welcome addition to Bath.

Warwick Davis