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Where to eat in Wells

There are many and varied places to eat out in the lovely Somerset cathedral city of Wells. A good number of the restaurants are independent and some have become so popular that it is often advisable to book in advance.

Dishes range from traditional English, Indian, Italian, Mediterranean – whatever your taste you are likely to find a restaurant serving your favourite food.

For example, Beah in Union Street, offers a mixture – traditional English as well as Mediterranean – so you can’t really go wrong. Here you can enjoy local steaks and mouth-watering Sunday roasts, or if your taste is more exotic you can sample tagines, cous cous and pastilla. Vegetarians are also well catered for..

If you are a vegetarian there is nothing to beat the range of dishes available at The Good Earth on Priory Road, which has had some outstanding reviews.

As its name suggests Cafe Piano has live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Fully licensed this Wi-fi internet Cafe situated in the Heritage Courtyard on Sadler Street is open for lunch and dinner.

Take a stroll down Sadler Street and you will find Goodfellows’ chef Adam Fellows and his team cooking modern European food, including fish caught off the Cornish and Devon coast. Before opening Goodfellows Adam spent 17 years cooking in many of Europe’s best restaurants in England, France and Belgium. For seven years he was head chef in a Michelin-starred country house hotel in Somerset.

Also on Sadler Street is the Rugantino Restaurant and if you like Italian cuisine then this is well worth a visit. On the other hand, of you are more of a traditionalist when it comes to food then Tuckers’

fish and chips on Tucker Street will undoubtedly tickle your taste buds.

Home-made pies are a feature of the menu at The Sheppey Inn in Lower Godney, which serves traditional pub food all washed down with some Real Ale and delicious ciders. Its location by the river also helps to make this a popular venue throughout the day.

The Real Ale is also a feature of The George Inn, a fine 17th century pub in the Croscombe area of Wells, which also comes highly recommended for its value for money food.

For a quick snack the Fenny Castle Tea Rooms are ideal – and here you will also find bed and breakfast accommodation as well as bike hire.

There are 45 restaurants in Wells alone, and the he list of eating places in the area – as well as the variety – is endless. If you shop around you are bound to find something exactly to your taste.

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