A friend had visited this on the way back from a trip to Bath, I believe, and said what a nice meal he had. With the friend in question a reliable source I decided to give it a go, having been to the Bath and West showground earlier in the day.
The restaurant was fairly busy for the time of day, gone 2pm, so I took that as a good sign!
You are greeted with a counter covered with beautiful looking homemade sweet treats, which distracts you from the main menu at first! The menu was varied from sandwiches and ploughmans, to gourmet burgers and homemade pies.
As we waited, someone had ordered a ploughmans and as it went past it looked absolutely scrumptious, even for something of modest ingredients. This made me ever more hungry, but it wasn't long until ours arrived.
Three of us went, choosing the gourmet burger and homemade steak and ale pies. My burger was beautifully cooked, a good size and of really good quality. You could tell the meat came from the adjoining farm shop - perfectly seasoned and incredibly tastey. I had mine topped with local cheese and bacon, and it was served with chunky hand-cut chips, which themselves were delicious. My friends had the pies, which looked very nice indeed, packed full of meat and served with fresh vegetables - again, presumably from the farm shop itself.
The quantity matched the quality and we could have easily gone without a pudding, but it was 'rude not to' having sampled the offerings so far. Homemade bread and butter pudding, summer berry crumble and a chocolate fudge cake were ordered and all top quality.
I don't go that way often, but if you do, I recommend you stop here. I can't wait to go to Bath next, not for Bath itself, but so I can stop off here!
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