My Somerset Restaurant Reviews

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Author: Adam Crookes

  • The Loft in Street, Somerset: My Review

    The Loft in Street, Somerset: My Review

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    I recently had the pleasure of revisiting The Loft in Street, Somerset to celebrate my Mum’s birthday. As many of you may recall from my earlier review this year, The Loft is a personal favourite. This visit only reinforced my admiration for what is a delightful restaurant. The Experience The Loft Burger For my main…

  • The Lime Kiln Inn, Langport, Somerset: My Review

    The Lime Kiln Inn, Langport, Somerset: My Review

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    Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting The Lime Kiln Inn in Langport, a charming pub that has recently come under the stewardship of publican Jason Schinkel. Jason, originally from South Africa, has made England his home for the past two decades. With a solid background in catering, Jason transitioned into the pub industry and…

  • The Sheep & Penguin in Wells, Somerset: My Review

    The Sheep & Penguin in Wells, Somerset: My Review

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    As we stepped into The Sheep & Penguin, we were greeted by a bustling ambiance brimming with the conviviality of a classic English pub. The cozy atmosphere immediately set the stage for what turned out to be a delightful evening of dining. The menu, a testament to the pub’s commitment to seasonal and locally sourced…

  • The Red Lion Inn, Babcary, Somerset: My Review

    The Red Lion Inn, Babcary, Somerset: My Review

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    Nestled in the Somerset countryside, The Red Lion Inn in Babcary offers an authentic country pub experience that stands out with its remarkable atmosphere and culinary delights. On a sunny Monday night, I found myself warmly welcomed by the friendly front-of-house staff, whose genuine hospitality significantly contributed to the overall inviting ambiance. The Red Lion…

  • The Barrington Boar in Somerset: My Review

    The Barrington Boar in Somerset: My Review

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    The Barrington Boar is nothing short of exceptional. This past Wednesday, I embarked on a 40-minute journey that led me to a genuinely flawless dining experience at The Barrington Boar. This establishment seamlessly blends the charm of a traditional country pub with the exquisite cuisine of a Michelin-recognised restaurant. Sunlight streamed through the inviting interior,…

  • Gigi’s Ristorante & Pizzeria in Glastonbury, Somerset: My Review

    Gigi’s Ristorante & Pizzeria in Glastonbury, Somerset: My Review

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    On Friday evening, I visited Gigi’s Ristorante & Pizzeria in Glastonbury. This is a highly respected and beloved independent Italian restaurant. In 1987, Gigi’s converted the former Clark’s shoe shop into an Italian restaurant, bringing the real taste of Italian cooking to Glastonbury. ‘Pizza Garlic‘ I started off with their ‘Pizza Garlic’ – a simple,…

  • Tamburino Village in Street, Somerset: My Review

    Tamburino Village in Street, Somerset: My Review

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    On Monday afternoon, I visited Tamburino Village in Street. This is one of three Tamburino restaurants in Somerset, with the others being in Yeovil and Sherborne. All three restaurants have an excellent reputation. Tamburino Village opened in 2012 and features a delightful al fresco dining area which is rather popular during the summer months! Focaccia…

  • Root in Wells, Somerset: My Review

    Root in Wells, Somerset: My Review

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    I recently had the pleasure of dining at Root, a modern restaurant in the heart of Wells, Somerset, that’s turning heads with its creative veg-led, sharing plates concept. This exciting spot earned a well-deserved Michelin Bib Gourmand award in March 2023, signalling its commitment to delicious food at great value. Root in Wells passionately embraces…

  • Alfredo’s in Somerton, Somerset: My Review

    Alfredo’s in Somerton, Somerset: My Review

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    Last Wednesday, I had the pleasure of dining at Alfredo’s in Somerton. This charming restaurant offers a delightful fusion of Italian flavours crafted from the finest local ingredients, sprinkled with a touch of Somerset magic. Alfredo’s is more than just a restaurant; it’s a culinary experience that also boasts a bakery and bar. From the…

  • The Old Tannery in Glastonbury, Somerset: My Review

    The Old Tannery in Glastonbury, Somerset: My Review

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    Picture this: Glastonbury’s sky paints itself pink and orange, you’re sinking into a comfy chair, and a basket of local, artisan breads arrives with a generous supply of olive oil and balsamic. Pure bliss, right? That’s exactly how my Wednesday night unfolded at The Old Tannery. The Old Tannery isn’t your run-of-the-mill restaurant. It’s a…