The Ranch Cafe & Deli opened in July 2020. We are a family run business situated at Southfork Caravan Park in Somerset. We offer breakfast, lunch time meals, mid-week evening roasts & themed Saturday night meals. We also have our Deli which is stocked with homemade cakes & tray bakes, local cheeses and meats, homemade pastries and local preserves/honey. We also offer a range of hot and cold drinks. All of our products are eat in or takeaway.
East Lydeard Farm, Pound Lane, Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, TA4 3DW
Situated perfectly in the foothills of the Quantocks, The Barn is the ideal location for that special occasion. The barn itself has had many uses over the years, traditionally it was a cattle milking barn and still boasts many original features that is still evident today in the newly opened and converted, 'Second Eleven Barn'. In more modern history it's been the home ground and the cricket club house for the Flying Geese Cricket Club. Since those early days, one of the barn's was converted into a successful restaurant.
Our menu changes seasonally and to include specials. Traditional Sunday Lunches - as well as other selected options from our main menu - are available from 11.45am until 5pm, pre-booking is essential. We always use fresh produce, when items are not available the menu is subject to change.
Mes Amis, 12 Bath Road, Beckington, Somerset, BA11 6SW
A family run, independent café and deli based in the lovely and historic village of Beckington, situated close to Frome and a few miles from the cathedral city of Bath and the famous Longleat Estate. Offering breakfasts, lunches and an irresistible array of cakes & sweet treats, all accompanied by high quality teas, coffees and wines. All of our freshly made food can be enjoyed in our bustling and charming licensed café, alternatively we can prepare it for you to take away, either to have at home, at the office or simply out and about.
A warm welcome awaits you at this 400 year old Inn, located just a mile from Wincanton in the picturesque village of Holton. Just minutes off the A303, it’s easily accessible from Sherborne, Bruton, and surrounding villages.
We are a family-friendly Pub and Restaurant serving great food – locally sourced where possible and freshly prepared in our kitchen. We have a great selection of local beers, ciders and wines, as well as a good choice of non-alcoholic drinks.
Our menu has something for everyone, from comfort food, to well-thought out dishes, using the flavours of the season and the local produce on our doorsetp. We embrace the principle of good food in relaxed surroundings and have always endeavoured to use the freshest, best ingredients and buy locally wherever possible.
From pub classics to our Chef's unique creations, we cater to any taste. Whether you are visiting for a light bite after a hike around the hills, or dining with friends, our menu is sure to delight. Booking is advisable - especially at weekends as we do get very busy, but we will always try to accommodate you and your party if possible. Please get in touch to book a table.
We try to ensure the menus on our website are updated regularly and the information is accurate, but due to the seasonal availability of ingredients, we can't always guarantee. Please contact us beforehand if you have any special requirements.
Gravity Pulled Beers and Ciders on Tap - Otter Bitter is our "house" bitter, and we have a great range of guest bitters available. We also have a cider bar offering a great selection of local ciders. All our beers are now available in two pint take away cartons.
Rumwell Farm Shop is an independent, family-run, award-winning business owned by the Mitchell family. It is situated on the A38 between Wellington and Taunton. It was originally a potato store, where David and Anne Mitchell began selling their potatoes and free range eggs at the gate.
Due to customer demand, the range of products soon increased and the farm shop grew into the place it is today. David and Anne’s sons, James and Jack, are now also involved in the business, as well as daughters-in-law Sophie and Donna.
The shop has a traditional butchery counter selling free range pork and Aberdeen Angus beef reared just four miles away on the family farm. There is also a delicatessen, bakery, jam kitchen, food hall, wine cellar and gift room.
The jam kitchen produces a range of 50 products including jams, chutneys and marmalades all made using fruit and vegetables from the shop.
Home grown potatoes are also still available, when in season, as well as everything from fruit, vegetables and groceries to plants, flowers, gifts and cards.
Come and see for yourself – we look forward to serving you!
1 Orchard Lane, South Casbury, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7FS
Teals is a new destination on the A303 - a fantastic place to eat, shop and discover local food and drink in Somerset. The food market is part deli, part health store, part snackstop and offers as much local as possible - you’ll find everything here from cupboard staples (where you can refill your own containers with inexpensive oats, mueslis, car snacks, nuts and rices) to an array of jams and local honeys, delicious granolas and Somerset cereals. There are oils, sauces and rubs; pasta, flour and eggs; juices and cordials and plenty of choice for vegans. You'll also find tasty and seasonal fresh produce, a deli counter offering local cheeses, pastries and salads, a butcher's counter and a bottle store.
The restaurant is light, airy and relaxed, with views out over the apple orchard and across the courtyard. Talented and creative cooks have free reign to work with the seasons, developing food that connects to the region and satisfies more than just your appetite. They work closely with the butchery and food market, making the most of what comes through their doors. There are takeaway options available too, with freshly made sandwiches, soups and salads from the deli counter, as well as a great selection of cakes and proper Barista made coffee.
Red Brick Building, Morland Road, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 9FT
The Old Tannery is a relaxed, informal restaurant and bar housed within the Red Brick Building, Glastonbury on the old site of the early 1900’s tanning factory, Morlands. We pride ourselves on supporting and championing as many local producers and suppliers as we can in delivering our fresh and seasonal menus across breakfast, lunch and dinner.
We aim to be as sustainable as we can across our operation from our choice of produce and suppliers to our recycling and nose-to-tail, zero waste philosophies in our kitchen.
We feel our constantly changing menus cater to all tastes and accommodate all dietary requirements as well as staying seasonal and creative.
We are proud to work closely with The Red Brick Building community enterprise to stage gigs and events as well as organising and catering weddings and meetings. We are also happy to provide bespoke catering for private parties and functions either in the Red Brick’s event space or the restaurant.
Whether it’s for small plates, large plates, sharing plates, breakfast, lunch, dinner, Sunday roast, cocktails, coffee & homemade cake or events, we look forward to welcoming you to The Old Tannery.