A303, Junction Leigh Common; 12 minutes
Restaurant and bakery Mon–Sun 8am-6pm
Takeaway pizza Fri-Sat noon-8pm
Free WiFi for visitors
Vegetarian or vegan options
Bruton, Somerset's arty enclave, is the perfect backdrop for At the Chapel. This converted 17th-century building has been transformed with minimalist delicacy into a destination with contemporary bedrooms, restaurant, bar, winery - natural wines are a speciality - and an artisan bakery. On the rose, jasmine and honeysuckle-scented sun terrace, the vibe is relaxed and the visitors creative and contented.
Drop in for a coffee and oven-warmed pastry or lunch on chargrilled Cornish sardines or a wood-fired sourdough pizza with Driftwood goats cheese and wild mushrooms. Chef works closely with local, organic and biodynamic growers and the seasonal menu enlarges for dinner. Fig leaf ice-cream and chocolate orange tiramisu are wise dessert options. Book inside or spill over into alfresco territory to enjoy views out to Bruton's 12th-century dovecote. The popular 'Meantime' cultural evenings are designed to inspire conversations in the community.
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