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“Bruton is very lucky” to have this “striking”, salvage-chic café, part of blue chip gallery Hauser & Wirth’s West Country seat. Catherine Butler (of much-loved local eatery At The Chapel) oversees some “amazing” farm-to-table food, and “the atmosphere is great”.
There's some â€œvery goodâ€ farm-to-table food at this salvage-chic dining room run by Steve and Jules Horrell â€“ part of the â€œinterestingâ€ rural outpost of heavyweight gallery Hauser & Wirth.
A tip for art-lovers; Catherine Butler (of local hotspot At The Chapel) is – successfully, on press reports – organising the farm-to-table food at this salvage-clad gallery dining room, which is part of a new rural outpost of the mega-metropolitan Hauser & Wirth gallery empire.
The Roth Bar & Grill combines gastronomy with contemporary art and is a vibrant, informal and convivial eating-place, serving honest, simple and seasonal food. The restaurant, led by husband and wife team Steve and Jules Horrell, works closely with local farmers, gamekeepers and gardeners, to use ethical British produce with a focus on sustainability.
The Roth Bar & Grill is situated in the old cowshed of Durslade Farm. The stalls have been repurposed to retain much of their original character and architectural detail, including exposed segments of the stone wall and roof trusses. At the restaurant’s core is a site-specific bar, created by long-term friends of the gallery, Björn and Oddur Roth, the son and grandson of artist Dieter Roth. The specially commissioned bar is a tribute to Björn’s late father and is comprised of scavenged materials – a central motif throughout Dieter Roth’s work.
The restaurant interior combines an open kitchen with a robata grill & spit, while the walls are adorned with an intimate and highly personal, salon-style array of works that intertwine the themes of food, animals and the countryside. The works featured incorporate many Hauser & Wirth artists alongside works from the private collection of Iwan and Manuela Wirth. Works on show in the dining area range from Henry Moore’s drawing of lobster claws to vibrant neon chandeliers by the late Jason Rhoades, which hang from the ceiling, illuminating the dining area.
Roth Bar & Grill Restaurant Diner Reviews
"this place gets better and better, the menu is fantastic and the cooking amazing. Nice ambiance too. amazing."