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Babel - Cheltenham

Babel - Cheltenham
The Brewery Quarter, Cheltenham, Glos. GL50 4FA

01242 386977

 
Babel - Cheltenham at The Brewery Quarter
Babel - Cheltenham at The Brewery Quarter


About Babel - Cheltenham

Known in London as one of the hottest cocktail bars in the city, Babel prepares to bring its unique take on classic cocktails to Cheltenham with a knock out list inspired by a melting pot of cities and cultures. Some highlights to look forward to include the simple Sakura, Babel’s ode to the ultra-refined drinks language of Japan and the Pink Ramos, a modern riff on the New Orleans Gin Fizz.

Along with a supreme cocktail list, Babel will offer a number of specialty drinks from hand-selected lagers and wines to premium spirits and mixers.

The menu is born of several scintillating sections including “Greens and Grains” for those looking to fuel up on super food salads featuring the best pairings including pickled beetroot, edamame, whipped goats cheese, roasted pecans, quinoa and micro greens. For those looking for a little more indulgence Babel’s modern take on old classics will have you yearning to come back for more with must-haves like the Caesar Club Sandwich or panko breaded fish goujons with hand cut chips, zesty herb salad, mushy edamame and tart mayo. Whether you’re after something “Clean and Lean” or some well-deserved “Sweets and Treats”, Babel has a freshly produced dish just for you.

Open for lunch and dinner during the week and from brunch until late on weekends, Babel is the perfect place to meet and socialise with friends and family. Those enjoying after work drinks or kicking off a night out can complement their drink selection with a variety of small plates and sharing boards perfect for informal snacking and sharing including pumpkin hummus with crisp fried flat bread or Babel’s own unique take on Nachos.

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