The Cross Keys is a family run pub which specialises in freshly prepared and cooked food in a traditional pub atmosphere and are situated only 15 minutes away from Bath City Centre.
The Cross Keys was built in the early part of the 18th century on land that had been acquired by Hugh Sexey of Bruton after the dissolution of the Benedictine Priory of Bath. It was strategically located on the crossroads of the route between Bath, Wells, Bristol and Warminster.
The a la carte menu, features starters of golden belly pork served with an apple and berry jus on a bed of rocket with red onion marmalade or tempura battered king prawns marinated in lemon grass, lightly fried in homemade tempura batter and served with a coconut, chilli and lime dip. The mains on offer include a trio of lamb noisettes served with a mixed berry jus, minted new potatoes and fresh vegetables of the day or Jamaican curry of pork marinated in Jamaican spices, coconut, rum and lime, served with original rice and peas topped with breaded pineapple all of which are accompanied by a well-priced & extensive drinks menu.