We gathered at La Terre to meet friends who live nearby and we hadn't seen for some time. There were 9 of us on a busy Saturday lunchtime. There was a little confusion at first as there are different lunch and dinner menus. As we were in Glastonbury I rather expected to have a wider choice of vegetarian dishes, but the tart with spinach and cream cheese served with a green salad and a nice dish of buttered new potatoes was very good. My wife had three interesting tapas dishes for £10.00 which she declared first class. Everyone seemed to enjoy their choices and the two young ladies serving were very efficient and could not have been nicer or more helpful. In spite of our big table and quite a busy lunchtime, we were served without any major delays. The atmosphere in La Terre is very laid back with some tables taking advantage of the free wi-fi. There was a good choice of wine, beers and soft drinks and I came away having enjoyed the experience and feeling that I had received good service and value for money. However, the dinner menu looked more varied and interesting and I wouldn't hesitate to return to La Terre next time I visit Glastonbury, especially if it is in the evening.
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