The Raven is a traditional 2-level freehouse with pub downstairs and dining room upstairs. The interior is does have a clean, contemporary edge to it though. They offer a decent selection of cask ale with 6 on offer on my last visit. They offer not only traditional styles, but also more unusual offerings. Last time I opted for a curry-spiced beer from Celt Experience. Better than expected. Food is above-average pub gear with pies taking pride of place on the menu. A place I always return to on visits to bath. Good pub all-round.
Very traditional pub, somewhat boring cask selection on each occasion I go there, mostly Bitters and Golden Ales, gets quite busy (even without rugby), very nice atmosphere though for which you should go (not necessarily for the beers).
Nice pub with a good selection of real ales. Also a selection of ciders, and main stream lager. 2 were "Raven" beers only avaliable at this bar. Food is pie snd mash. A selection of different pies. Iíd go again.
Cool little that is pretty old and cozy. Pretty typical small English pub with a good mix of tourists and locals on a Thursday evening. The bartender was very nice and helpful; he gave my girlfriend and I a sample of each beer they had on tap and gave us all the info he knew about the beers. The selection is okay; they had some English beers I hadnít seen before. The food looked delicious from what others were ordering but we didnít get anything unfortunately. Prices were fair. Not an amazing place but pretty good.
Lowenbrau (331) Asturias, Oviedo, Spain | October 22, 2014| Updated December 25, 2014
Nice pub, with two floors. Two house ales, 5 other cask and a few kegs. One of them, "Raven Ale" was quite pleasant.Traditional but modern refurbished, quite cozy place. The best pies we ever had, really recommended by eating time.