Eating Out in Wellington – Top 5 Best Restaurants to Visit
Along with famous tourist attractions and rich history, Wellington is famous for one more thing in Somerset – dining out. Enjoy the delicious meals and breakfast made from fresh produce over here.
Castle Bow Restaurant
Enjoy delicious evening meal at Castle Bow Restaurant where you will find nothing but the best quality food, served in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Make your evening relaxing in the Bow Bar where you can get some booze, fantastic local beers, cocktails, champagne, and a lot of wines, served in a cozy yet warm environ. Liam Finnegan, head chef, uses nothing but the best fresh ingredients. He grows his own herbs in their garden. In The Castle’s kitchen, they make their own breads and own jams and chutneys.
Kick start your day off with strong coffee and delightful breakfast at BRAZZ. You will enjoy the grills and salads for lunch and enjoy the goodies that are really out of this world. All of their foods are sourced locally. BRAZZ has plush booths to provide an ideal space for more gatherings. It has great drinks and platters on their menu.
The Windmill Bar & Bistro
Located at Edithmead, the Windmill was the last mill in Somerset to work at. Now it houses The Windmill Bar & Bistro. The bar is well covered by lush-green farmland and fields and it is just a walk away from M5 and J22. The Windmill Bar & Bistro is known for local and delightful carvery and is open 6 days a week for cakes and morning coffee, delightful evening meals and lunch.
Our highly-skilled chef cooks inspired dishes every day, with improved focus on fresh, local produce. The restaurant hosts the best of live entertainment with Quizzes and Bingo every Saturday night. Be it Summer Party, Murder Mystery, or Oktoberfest Celebrations, theme nights over there are really unique. They are known to offer the best of experience for all guests. You can book The Windmill Bar & Bistro for wakes, parties, wedding receptions, and business meetings.
Apple Bay Bar & Restaurant
Apple Bay Bar & Restaurant offers exclusive dinner menu from 6pm to late night on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Head chef works all the time with their time to prepare innovative specials to run along with main menu. At Sheppy’s, Sunday will be fun to enjoy delicious Sunday roast every week from 12noon to 3pm. They use fresh meat from butchery counter as you can enjoy different meats along with vegetarian dishes.
They pair restaurant menu with various dishes. Pair the cider with right foods. Finish your meal with their artisan cheese board and oak mature vintage.
The Cross Keys Inn
Enjoy the real, traditional ale in Cross Keys Inn. It is housed in a world-class 16th Century building which is full of character and charm, including elm ceiling beams, flagstone floors, original monastery stone, and inglenook fireplace. It features a fusion of tradition with modern tastes. Enjoy the real ales served from barrel, great wine and tasty fresh ciders.