Eat and Drink in Somerset
Somerset offers a range of restaurants and pubs to suit all tastes, whether you’re after a quick, satisfying meal or treating someone to a long romantic dinner. But step outside the town and the choice widens: Somerset is ringed by picturesque villages, many of whose pubs have become destinations for foodies because of the sheer quality of the dishes on offer – a quality which in most cases starts with what is grown and raised in the surrounding countryside.
At the Chapel, in the Somerset town of Bruton, in the south-west of England, has been created in a Grade II Listed, 17th-century former chapel. Our all-day restaurant and bar is open every day, to serve breakfast, coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails, wines and dinner within a soaring, convivial space.
Lively atmosphere with simple cooking of local ingredients. We can assure you that all of our new wines have been thoroughly tasted by both Richard and Cedric.
Nuova Italia, the authentic Italian restaurant and pizzeria in the picturesque village of Ilchester, close to Yeovil. We serve pizza, pasta, locally sourced fish and meat, and even specials for the kids. Also we offer the best Italian wine, along with local favourites such as beer and cider too.
Here at the Green Olive you can experience all the nuances and delicacies of Turkish Cuisine, without having to travel. If you want to taste the fragrant and varied dishes of this exotic and expansive country, then Green Olive is for you. As the only Turkish Restaurant in Somerset, we have an impressive menu of traditional and regional dishes from right across Turkey.
Set in a 17th Century Grade II listed building in the County town of Somerset, it is now well established as one of Somerset’s best restaurants, using only the finest ingredients the region has to offer.