Harden's survey result
“What a place, in the middle of the countryside!” This “hugely enjoyable” venue is the Somerset playground of Swiss contemporary art operation Hauser & Wirth, incorporating galleries, a working farm, “astonishing gardens”, and a cowshed-conversion bar and grill named in honour of Swiss artist Dieter Roth. “The food is pretty good, too” particularly for brunch – “try the delicious (home cured) bacon and chocolate salami”, but it’s “often hard to get a table, especially at weekends”.
“Full of fun, culture and atmosphere – and the food is pretty special too!” Blue chip gallery Hauser & Wirth’s West Country seat is set on a working farm and juxtaposes vaulted art galleries with a “quirky”, salvage-chic restaurant. “They can’t always cope at the weekend” but there’s some “fantastic sharp dishes”, plus more straightforward fare (“excellent brunches with bacon to die for”, “fabulous steaks” and “half a chicken with a delicious salad never fails to be enjoyed”).
“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”.
Roth Bar & Grill Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Very flunky place with garden and art. Good “homely food well serviced"
"More enjoyable at the bar where the acoustics are better, food just the same and talented young staff mix exotic drinks."
"An amazing location on the edge of a small town with its own Public School. Roth Bar and Grill is part of a Hauser and Wirth exhibition centre. Not in LA, London or New York but in the Somerset countryside. A brilliant place for lunch with a very nice menu and friendly service. Great buzz as it was extremely busy."
|Wine per bottle||£24.00|
Durslade Farm, Dropping Ln, Bruton, BA10 0NL
|Tuesday||9 am-5 pm|
|Wednesday||9 am-5 pm|
|Thursday||9 am-5 pm|
|Friday||9 am-11 pm|
|Saturday||9 am-11 pm|
|Sunday||9 am-5 pm|