Harden's survey result
Brothers Matthew and Iain Pennington’s hyper-ethical outfit near Bristol doesn’t generate masses of feedback but its devotees say it’s “nothing short of spectacular” – serving veg-dominated, ‘gut-friendly’ food that creates “an excellent and interesting meal that’s distinctive and local”. “From the moment you stroll through the Victorian walled garden to the restaurant, you’re treated to a full sensory experience”.
A “really different” ethical venture whose veggie-friendly food is “inventive and delicious” (à la carte by day, set menu by night). Set among art studios and a cider barn in a Victorian walled garden minutes from the airport, it can feel “too greenhouse-y” for some, but sitting outside in summer it’s the “perfect location”.
“Beautiful location, concept and food” – the verdict on this unusual ethical venue, which lies “adjacent to a working Victorian walled garden”, making it “great for children in summer”.
“You feel you are going back to the roots of good eating” at this “very different” ethical establishment in a “relaxed” Victorian walled garden – “stunning fresh food” is “grown in the gardens” just beyond, and there’s an “unbeatable view from the full-wall window”.
|Wine per bottle||£30.00|
Barley Wood Walled Garden, Long Ln, Wrington, BS40 5SA