A tiny farm-to-table restaurant in rural Somerset, from Merlin Labron-Johnson who previously worked at Clipstone.
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Osip Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Sunday lunch is the most delicious roast chicken with all the trimings. Also the most fabulous ale and treacle bread served with butter and pickles. Top notch cooking in a cute little space in Bruton"
"Three of us went for lunch between Christmas and New Year. The food here is undoubtedly born of huge knowledge and passion, but unless you have the tasting menu - or the chicken or game pie, you might leave feeling hungry. Be warned, small plates mean small servings! Why does sophisticated food mean you get less of it?"