Harden's survey result
This “bright, cheerful and lively” converted chapel-with-rooms is a “real find locally”, from the “exhibitions of contemporary artists of quality on the walls” to the “surprisingly sophisticated” brasserie food (not least wood-fired pizzas) and an “excellent choice of wines from their wine shop”.
This minimal-chic chapel conversion (with eight luxe bedrooms upstairs) is quite the local hangout, not least for its wood-fired pizzas. Best “come when it’s empty at 9am and the croissants are just out of the oven…as the sun shines through the huge windows you can have a great breakfast, read the papers and while away an hour without noticing”.
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.
At the Chapel Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Fun place, nice people but go for the excellent breads from the onsite bakery"
28 High St, Bruton, BA10 0AE
Last orders: 9.30 pm, Sun 8 pm