Where every ingredient has a story

From the growers to the gatherers, our menu brings together people who really care about quality from field to fork (or spoon).

Supporting lesser-known independents, unearthing some of Britain’s most specialist producers, being mindful of our carbon footprint, and championing consciousness at every step of our food’s journey are principles behind every plate at The Provenist.


Sustenance and soul

To create our menu, we’ve not just been searching for produce that looks and tastes the part, but that’s nurtured by people striving for the same things as us.

Produce that’s nutritious by nature not because of chemical intervention.

Produce that’s seasonal and reflects what the earth gave us.

Produce that builds bridges between place, people and palate.


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One Tram Yard
Walcot Street

Our opening hours

Monday–Saturday | 9am–5pm
Sunday | 10am–4pm

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01225 934400



Our ingredients

Don’t you tend to feel better about your food when you know where it’s from? Where it was grown, who sowed the seeds and how it’s been cared for?

Follow the path from produce to plate for every dish on our menu and read the stories of the passionate people who grew them and nurtured them in our provenance storybook.

You’ll find it on the kitchen counter at The Provenist.

Featured sourcing stories


Ivy House Farm

Ivy House Farm

Whenever you’re sipping a cup of breakfast tea or a mug of frothy coffee, you have Ivy House Farm’s local herd of notoriously curious Jersey cows to thank. It’s the Frome-based farm who supply us with our creamy milk and buttery cream, freshly delivering it to our doorstep.

Bath Farm Girls

Bath Farm Girls

The first of only a few growers of British quinoa, Bath Farm Girls is made up of a very small team of three – Emily and her two young daughters, who are her official taste-testers. Their red and white quinoa crop is sown and grown on the farm that she grew up on as a little girl herself.

Teeny Greeny

Teeny Greeny

Teeny Greeny have taught us plenty about the goodness inside the smallest fresh, green, leafy shoots. They’re who we can thank for our selection of microgreens and microherbs that are grown in Wiltshire’s one and only urban farm using organic and biodynamic methods.

Walter Rose and Son

Walter Rose & Son

Founded in 1870, Walter Rose & Son is a family-run, award-winning butchers in the Wiltshire market town of Devizes. They pride themselves on their longstanding relationships with local farmers and their belief in being transparent, from breeding to distribution. They also supply some of Britain’s Michelin-starred restaurants and top chefs, including Tom Kerridge.

Modern Baker

Modern Baker

Our bread is supplied by Modern Baker in Oxford. It’s a science-fuelled and funded bakery backed by Innovate UK, campaigning to show how the right food can lead to long-term health and happiness – something we’re proud to support with every slice.

Clifton Coffee Roasters

Clifton Coffee Roasters

Your coffee’s made using beans that are sourced by local specialists, Clifton Coffee Roasters. There’s no middleman with them – they work directly with the farmers to make sure they get above fair trade pricing and their approach is ethical and sustainable.


Just next door – Neptune Bath


The Provenist is part of British interiors brand Neptune.

And at Neptune, we’re all about doing things carefully and properly to make your home a happier place. That’s what we try to do and show in all of our stores, and what better way to help you feel at home than putting food at the heart of it all? That’s why we decided to open The Provenist, choosing Neptune Bath as our first location.

Only a few steps away from our locally-grown fare lies our meticulously-made furniture at Neptune Bath. It’s the perfect place for interiors inspiration pre- or post-pudding…

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