Harden's survey result
“It caters for anything – coffee, brunch, lunch, dinner, casual or formal event” – say the many fans of this “clever conversion of a chapel” which is “worth a visit just for the amazing space, windows and views”. Top of its repertoire: the wood-fired “pizza is the best for miles” and “they have a great bakery too, but you need to get there early to get anything”.
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.
At the Chapel Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Rude service, average over priced food If you can avoid don’t bother going "
"Very interesting menu although a bit light on meat options. Good wine list and atmosphere "
"Nice space - an old chapel renovated in modern style. Echo-y acoustics though make it noisier than is comfortable. Service was friendly and competent but very slow. Nice sourdough bread from their bakery and nice Gaillac white wine (£24) (maybe a bit pricey). Beet and goat curd starter was nice, light and enjoyable. Roasted Jerusalem artichoke soup was excellent. Main of hake with black rice risotto excellent - fish was moist and delicately tasty, risotto was herby and nice. But a main of chargrilled chicken with aioli was badly misjudged: far too much chicken (though it was nice) and no veg or potatoes at all. We shared a generous portion of nice lime and mint sorbet. Espresso quite good."
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
28 High St, Bruton, BA10 0AE
|Monday||8 am-9 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am-9 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am-9 pm|
|Thursday||8 am-9 pm|
|Friday||8 am-9 pm|
|Saturday||8 am-9 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm-8 pm|