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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 family-run gem, exuding a warmth that instantly makes you feel at ease. The focus here is on creating a space where good vibes and good food collide, all while championing local producers and sustainable practices. Kudos to them for making deliciousness even more delightful!

Speaking of deliciousness, my taste buds did a happy dance with their medium-rare sirloin steak. Cooked to juicy perfection, it was the kind of steak that makes you forget about your worries and savour the moment.

But it’s not just the food that makes The Old Tannery special. The atmosphere is warm and inviting. It’s the perfect place to bring old friends for a catch-up. There’s plenty of free parking outside, so you can skip the pre-dinner stress and focus on the fun.

So, if you’re looking for a relaxed evening filled with good food, good company, and a sunset view that’ll knock your socks off, I’d recommend paying a visit to The Old Tannery.


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