I have been dining at the Good Earth for over 20 years, usually with friends, the place has always looked exactly the same, sort of quaint a little shabby but with much charm.
Ive always loved the food and find it hard to believe when people say there were only two or three choices of mains, usually there are at least ten and the staff will always talk you through the available options.
The vegetable bake and quiches are about the best ive ever tasted, the casseroles are usually really good but the pasta dishes can be a little bland.
Just recently the cake selection has improved no end and I would highly recommend the tomato soup cake, its sounds disgusting but its delicious, similar to a carrot cake but lighter
My friends are mostly non vegetarian but everyone Ive ever taken there has enjoyed the food and the relaxed calm atmosphere with no overbearing music drowning out the conversation. (and you can stay chatting for hours ) Nobody cares if you just want a coffee and cake whilst others are going for the full meal,
Ive been to a couple of the Gourmet evenings and they were excellent in terms of service and food
. Ok the place could do with a bit of a facelift but who cares about that really, And they really need more toilets
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