After a long day wandering through the streets of Bath, checking out the Jane Austen Museum, and catching some Summer rays at the Royal Crescent, I found myself enjoying a late lunch at The Green Rocket in Bath.
I started off with the potato bondas served with coconut and lime sambal. The only other time I’ve ever had bondas was at a vegetarian restaurant in Sydney but it’s been years now. I’ll have to go back and try them again!
These were nice and crunchy on the outside, warm and fluffy on the inside. The sambal definitely gives it a little kick but the heat subsides pretty quickly so it’s still good even if you’re not the biggest fan of chilli.
Then came the raw courgette spaghetti bolognese salad with a marinated walnut and sundried tomato sauce with cherry tomatoes, chopped olives and either marinated tofu, feta or haloumi. This was a main meal and there would’ve been enough to share with another person, but it was so tasty I ate it all anyway.
The cashew cheese is fully vegan, super tasty and the fact that it was made in-house makes this dish even more homely.
I washed it all down with a Green Rocket juice with cold pressed apple, cucumber, broccoli, celery, parsley and spirulina.
I found Green Rocket on the Happy Cow app and the mid-range prices are well justified for this multi award-winning vegetarian restaurant in Bath. They’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and while they’re a vegetarian restaurant, majority of the menu is vegan or have vegan options!
I would definitely call again next time I have the chance to see more of Bath!