This is fine dining at its best, unstuffy and great value for money. Gochisousama, Robun! Bath Magazine
Japanese Sharing Plates, Cooked Over Fire
Robun is a celebration of authentic Japanese food and drink.
We specialise in a modern take on Yakiniku – the art of grilling meat, seafood and vegetables over a traditional robata charcoal fire. Our menu also incorporates sushi and sashimi, tempura, gyoza and bao buns.
This is all served alongside an unparalleled list of sake, Japanese whisky and cocktails.
Set in the heart of Bath, Robun offers a casual yet refined environment to share freshly prepared small plates and pairings.
The best experience you will ever have. The ambience and design of the restaurant are of high standards and really captivates the Japanese spirit Bath Life
Would highly recommend to anyone, as this restaurant deserves its Michelin Plate award and spot in the coveted Michelin Guide. They're well on their way to earning a Star, in my opinion! Google Review
Said goodbye to a good friend, and decided to end it by going to Robun, and was well worth it. Food was presented and paired great, hospitality was great and everything was fresh... its perfect for those moments you want to make memorable. Google Review
We loved it!!! Dined last night and had a fabulous meal. Attentive service, delicious cocktails and food, highly recommended! Google Review
Michelin guide did not disappoint with this restaurant. With two separate seating areas, one darker with a moodier setting and the other with a light and more elegant setting. From the excellent service always available to the incredible presentation and flavour of food, I can highly recommend this restaurant.Google Review
Our restaurant is a tribute to Japanese author, Kanagaki Robun, who wrote the seminal book, Seiyō ryōritsū in 1872. The book took inspiration from Western barbecue and introduced the concept of Yakiniku to Japan. A man of many talents, Robun also collaborated to create Japan’s first ever manga magazine. The hand-painted murals on our walls are a further nod to the enduring influence of his work.