To keen cooks, the kitchen is the grown up version of the adventure playground. If you’re after some new toys to assist you as you prepare your latest creations, Bath’s kitchen equipment shops will tool you up like the pro chef you’re preparing to be. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself rubbing shoulders with some of Bath’s top chefs as you go wild in the aisles!
4-5 Quiet Street, Bath BA1 2JS
An Aladdin’s Cave of all things kitchen-related, from groovy gadgets to cool cookware via cookery books, serving dishes, pots, pans, tableware, inspirational gifts for galloping gourmets and more.
6 Broad Street, Bath BA1 5LJ
From cutlery to barware, tableware to glassware, homeware to cooking pots, every innovatively elegant Robert Welch product is designed in the Old Silk Mill in the Cotswold town of Chipping Campden by the RW design team. The iconic kitchen knives in particular are the on-point stuff of legend.
> Birthday celebrations at Robert Welch
21 New Bond Street, Bath BA1 1BA
Kitchenware, baking equipment, time-saving gadgets, gourmet ingredients, clean-up solutions, storage solutions, cocktail-making necessities: the list of kitchen must-haves available at Lakeland is seemingly endless and ever-evolving. Dive in!
Alessi at Quadri
16 Milsom Place, Milsom Street, Bath BA1 1BZ
Long-established luxury gift shop Quadri specialises in design-led, high quality products for the discerning customer. This delightful little independent shop is also home to the only Alessi gallery in Bath, and offer a wide range of the Italian company’s innovative, iconic kitchen products alongside stylish, contemporary Black and Blum homeware and quirky, iconic kitchen problem-solvers from the quirky but practical Dreamfarm range.
The Salcombe Trading Company
9 Broad Street, Bath BA1 5JL
Sleek, stunning showcase for Scandinavian-inspired home solutions, including plenty of kitchen-related products and kitchen furniture.
Rossiters of Bath
38-41 Broad Street, Bath BA1 5LP
Known as the Liberty’s of the West, this award-winning department store set over four floors of a beautiful historic building right in the heart of Georgian Bath’s shopping district promotes a strong focus on up-and-coming British-based designers and manufacturers, cleverly combining the avant garde with classical style at every turn. Find the Kitchens Department on the ground floor, where a tantalising combination of practical and innovative products and tableware sits happily alongside china and glass selections from companies such as Emma Bridgewater, Burleigh, Cornishware and William Yeoward, as well as smaller international ceramics ranges from France, Denmark, Morocco and Tunisia.
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