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Places for Foodies to Visit in Somerset

Somerset is a fantastic place for foodies to be.  Whether you are a lover of cheese, wine – or simply jus a great restaurant – you will be in paradise.  We’ve listed some places below for foodies to visit if you are looking for something a little special.

The Queens Arms in Cordon Denham

The Queens Arms describes themselves as a “pilgrimage for foodies”.  You will find it hidden in a quiet country lane, and it boasts a fantastic range of locally sourced food that is organic.  As well as offering amazing food, you will love the atmosphere.  There are fantastically comfy sofas that you can sit on in front of the roaring fire, and they even have rooms upstairs.

Godminster Farm Shop in Bruton

The Godminster Farm Shop is perfection for those of you who are cheese lovers.  They have the whole selection of Godminster cheese on offer, and even have great gift boxes you can take away.  On top of this they also host events such as vodka tasting, and they have cheese tastings every single day.

The Acorn Vegetarian Restaurant in Bath

This restaurant dates all the way back to 1622 and is considered one of the best restaurants that Bath has to offer.  It caters to the vegetarian market, and you will find he likes of Carrot and Cashew pate, Salted Chocolate tart and more.  They change their menu up regularly and can also boast that it’s in one of the oldest buildings in Bath.

The Talbot Inn in Mells

This is a beautiful 15th century in, that offers a couple of options to cater to all tastes.  You can opt to have more of a fine dining experience in their dining room, or there is also the Coach House Grill Room that is for the more casual experience.  There is also a cookery school that you can attend 1 or 2 day courses for simple techniques.

The Sheepey Inn in Glastonbury

Most people know Glastonbury for music, but they also take great care and consideration when it comes to food there too.  The Sheepey Inn boasts a relaxed dining environment – and is definitely one to try if you are looking for something just a little different.  They have a menu that features the likes of sweetcorn fritters, clams, and you can also sample some local beers and ales.

At the Chapel in Bruton

Tom Hitchmough bake fresh bread and pastries every single day at At the Chapel.  It is all ready by 7am – so you can wake up to the amazing smell in the morning.  You can try their specialties which are ciabatta loads, and raisin and walnut loads – or else you can pay their restaurant a visit for some amazing wood-fire pizzas.

Somerset is a great place for foodies to live or visit. If you are looking for some amazing food to try out – check out some of the places we have mentioned above, even if it’s a flying visit.

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