Coronavirus Business Update

Bienvenue - Welcome Back!

We are so thrilled that we now are able to welcome you back to Bistro Lotte and return to doing what we love most and have so missed.

Restaurant and B&B Rooms Open Again for Guests

The restaurant and guest rooms are now open once again.  We are adhering to all government guidelines regarding appropriate safe practices to ensure the well-being of our guests and staff. A number of in-house measures have also been implemented to to make our guest experience as safe, relaxing and fun as possible.

Please call us on 01373 300646 to reserve your table in the restaruant.

For bedroom reservations, you can book direct on our website here.


At Home Dining Service Temporarily Postponed

Our At Home Dining service has been a huge success and we'd like to thank all those who have supported and enjoyed it. For the time being, we have decided to withdraw the service as we focus on the smooth running of the restaurant and guest bedrooms. At Home Dining will be back in the near future.

Sawdays Clean & Safe Charter

Bistro Lotte is proud to be part of the Sawdays Clean and Safe Charter and are following government guidelines for cleaning and social distancing throughout our establishment.

Sawday Clean and Safe Charter badge

Welcome to Bistro Lotte & Frome Town House B&B Accommodation


Frome’s fabulous French establishment at the top of Catherine Street combines a casual ground floor bistro & café with ten beautiful en-suite guest bedrooms. We’re excited to have recently opened spacious family guest suites which comfortably sleep four at our next door property.

Bistro Lotte is our all day dining restaurant and Frome Town House provides boutique bed and breakfast guest accommodation upstairs.

We are a friendly, convivial lot and can’t wait to welcome you to our wonderful neighbourhood eatery and guest house. With genuine warmth and enthusiasm for our trade, we do our utmost to ensure that your visit is a truly delightful experience.

23 Catherine Street



BA11 1DB

01373 300646

Bistro Lotte – French Restaurant & All Day Café

We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving fabulous affordable classic French cuisine. Our beautiful restaurant is set in an Edwardian town house with high ceilings, paneled walls and many original features such as the ornate Minton tiles behind the bar giving it great character.

Come and enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere and delicious French food. From freshly baked sourdough, croissants and continental breakfasts, to steak frites, crepes and galettes, boeuf bourguignon and bouillabaisse, all our food is bursting with flavour, cooked with passion and ingredients sourced locally whenever possible. We also have a great selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes.

Frome Town House Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

For guests staying with us in Frome Town House our stylish and chic guest-rooms are designed with luxury and comfort in mind but are also very modestly priced. We have eight King bedrooms and two newly opened family rooms all of course with private en-suites bathrooms.

The Best Place to Stay In Frome!

After a restful night’s sleep in one of our sumptuous Super King beds you will find it hard to pull your head off the deep fluffy pillows.  To guarantee you have a fabulous start to your day, a wonderful French Platter breakfast is taken at your leisure in Bistro Lotte.



Frome & Around

A Very Special Lockdown Release Offer

Mid-Week Escape to Somerset for Two in the Heart of Frome

  Dinner, Bed & Breakfast for Just £130

Stay in one of our delightfully comfortable guest rooms upstairs and enjoy a fabulous 3 course set dinner for two at Bistro Lotte.

Family Rooms at Bistro Lotte

 We have opened four beautiful family guest bedrooms at our new premises just two doors along.

  Family Rooms for two adults and two children from just £140/night.

Includes a French platter breakfast in Bistro Lotte.

Convivial – ‘come together to live, feast and be social’

Word origin and history for convivial. adj. 1660s, “pertaining to a feast,” from Late Latin convivialis, from Latin convivium “a feast,” from convivere “to carouse together,” from com- “together” (see com-) + vivere “to live” (see vital). Meaning “sociable” is from 18c.’