Harden's survey result
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A “delightful”, “light and airy” converted chapel that’s great “for weekend meals en famille”; the pizzas are “spectacular”, the coffee “brilliant”, and the room infused with “delicious smells from the in-house bakery”. “If you stay overnight, the croissants are wonderful” too.
A “beautiful converted chapel” which is “at once refined and relaxed, grand and informal”; while the pizza is “very good indeed”, “the (otherwise “ordinary”) food doesn't quite live up the building”, and service can be a bit “amateur” on occasion, too.
“Like walking through a door in deepest Somerset and being transported to Hoxton!”; this “very cosmopolitan” former chapel is “refined and relaxed, grand and informal”, all at the same time, and offers a menu catering for “all price brackets” – pizzas from the wood-fired oven are the stand-out.
In an “attractive little town”, this former congregational chapel with a “luminous” interior is “working on so many levels”; “you could spend all or any part of the day” enjoying fare that’s always “delicious” – “especially pizzas from the wood-fired oven”.
At the Chapel Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Very attractive restaurant in a converted chapel. A rather limited menu."
"Transport this place to London and it wouldn't quite be so winning - the service, for one thing, can border on very inept - but it's a happy enough discovery to make in Somerset."
28 High St, Bruton, BA10 0AE
Last orders: 9.30 pm, Sun 8 pm