Restaurants in Somerset
Fine dining or pub grub – we’ve got the lot!
You can get good food just about anywhere these days, so why come to Somerset?
For our combination of local specialities to sample on the spot, attractive venues where you want them, and even more attractive prices when you need them, that’s why.
Good food’s an essential part of a good holiday experience, and it’s even better when someone else is doing the cooking.
No need to drive twenty miles to find a decent restaurant.
Here you can probably walk to one.
Cheddar cheese, strawberries, cider and eels are what we’re most famous for, but our bread, beer, beef, lamb and pork can hold their heads up with the best of them.
Craft and artisanal produce thrives in the picturesque villages where discerning people like to live and work.
Our towns and cities have a sophisticated range of eateries.
All the national chains are represented, as you’d expect, but you’ll also find family run establishments where they go that extra mile, or pile on that extra helping.
Restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets, in all locations.
On holiday you’ve got time to linger longer at the table, and really enjoy your food.
That’s what good living is all about.
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Weston Super Mare
Our award winning Golden Jubilee Restaurant epitomises the elegant Regency style for which Weston was formally renowned. Open to both residents and non-residents this proves to be a very popular...
The Roman Baths Kitchen is a Georgian townhouse that has been lovingly transformed into a contemporary restaurant in the heart of Bath.
The restaurant is located next to the world-famous Roman...
Hewish, Weston Super Mare
Meadows Restaurant at Puxton Park prides itself on three core ingredients; an extensive warm welcome, great customer service and delicious locally sourced homemade food, which is reflected in our...
Weston Super Mare
Our Feathers Bar has been elegantly designed and refurbished with comfort in mind. Open daily for morning coffee, drinks, real ales, snacks, afternoon tea and cakes proving a...
Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country, and still today after more than 300 years people come together to celebrate in this unique venue....
At Castle Bow Restaurant in Taunton, we want you to enjoy a wonderful evening meal. There are no dress codes – just great food, served in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.
Start your evening in the...
On Junction 22, A38, Edithmead, Nr Burnham On Sea
The Windmill at Edithmead was possibly the last post mill to work in Somerset. There was a farmhouse and barns also on the site, shown on the map below from 1809. The early spelling of ‘Edymead’ is...
Taunton's most chic spot to catch up with friends, enjoy a meal with the family or a romantic dinner. Whether you're looking for healthy or hearty, you'll find it at Brazz. Start your day off with...
An award-winning taste of Taunton in a simply stunning setting...
Menus at the Mount Somerset...
Nr Kilve, AONB
West Somerset is blessed with some excellent suppliers of local produce ranging from local cider...
Burnham On Sea
The Beachcomber is a fantastic pub, restaurant and free entertainment venue in Brean. There is a...
Clavelshay Barn Restaurant promises “a taste of...
The Knatchbull Arms began life as a private house...