Places to Eat and Drink - Local Pubs and Restaurants

Brent Knoll - East Brent 2 minute drive

Red Cow, Brent Knoll
01278 760234 Back along the A38 towards the M5, take the 2nd exit at the roudabout and then turn left at the lights. Follow the road into Brent Knoll, the pub is on the left. Good pub food (steak, scampi, lamb cutlets etc.), reasonably priced, home made puddings, local beer, child friendly, helpful friendly staff.

Fox and Goose - Brent Knoll
Back along the A38 towards the M5 and the pub is on the left just before the motorway. Pub food (steak, chilli, fish), reasonably priced, food can be eaten in the pub or dining room. It also has a children's play area.

Brent House - East Brent
01278 760246 - 2 minutes drive back along the A38 towards the M5, Brent House is on the right.

The Packhorse - Mark
10 minute drive turn left on the A38 at the Fox and Goose and straight on until junction then turn left towards Wedmore. Stay on this road until you reach Mark wind through the village and the pub is on your right by the church.

Regular fish specials (£12 to £16, fish is delivered daily from Devon), also does reasonably priced Sunday lunches and the Greek owner occasionally add some Greek specialities to the Menu.

Bank House Café - Axbridge
Take the A38 towards Cheddar and turn right after about 5 miles signposted Axbridge and Cheddar. Bank House Café is situated on the ground floor of a tall, primrose-yellow Georgian house in a corner of the historic square of Axbridge and next to the parish church. It provides excellent café facilities for anyone seeking a light lunch, delicious tea or scrumptious dinner. In summer you can eat in the garden to the sound of a gently running stream which flows beneath Axbridge’s main square. Evening meals can be taken in the high-ceilinged dining room.

Salvo's Restaurant -Highbridge
01278 785970 10 minutes drive to Highbridge then follow signs to the railway station. Park in the car park behind the Town Hall which is on the left before you reach the railway station, Salvo's is on the opposite side of the road. Old fashioned service, serves anything from pasta to classic Italian dishes specials are good.

Cheddar has a number of cafes, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants in the gorge area and down in the town. Wedmore is full of cafes serving lovely cakes and snacks it also has a restaurant which is a bit more expensive. Wells has lots of good cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Burnham on Sea - 10 minute drive

Burnham on Sea is a ten minute drive from here and is full of restaurants and cafes. There are a variety of places to eat, cafes and pubs serving fish and chips, steak and chips, roasts etc. The Mitre is a French restaurant with a good reputation, there are three Indian restaurants at this end of town. There is also a Chinese restaurant at this end of the town and a pizza restarant at the Somerfield end of town. The Hungry Horse on the outskirts of Burnham, Wetherspoons opposite Somerfield and Dunstan House all provide good value food. Just outside Burnham on the A38 is the Lemon Tree at Sanders Garden World which provides good value tasty lunches.

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