I love garlic, my partner is learning to love garlic, it was a wet drizzly day so visiting a garlic farm seemed a good way to spend our time. The Garlic Farm is good because there are free things that you can do and look at and learn lots of interesting things about garlic, you can also try some of their products and if the weather was better go for a walk or ride around the garlic fields.
However despite the free entry they still managed to part us with plenty of cash! :) We of course had to have something to eat in the cafe - they have a good range of light bites as well as meals, of course all containing garlic. We had a shared garlic mezze which I really enjoyed but it was on the pricey side for the quantity you get - it was advertised as for two but really only enough for one. We then managed to spend quite a lot in the shop but were really pleased to have sorted quite a few Christmas presents for our friends so that was worthwhile.
I know it might sound odd but do try the raspberry pear and garlic icecream - surprisingly really very good indeed.
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