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At The Chapel

28 High Street, Bruton BA10 0AE

A restaurant with its own artisan bakery, wine store and eight bedrooms, all housed in a beautiful 17th century building with an 18th century congregational chapel and a stunning, south-facing outdoor terrace. Our bread is baked the long, fermented, traditional way, using stone-ground organic flour, water and salt. Our restaurant works closely with local, organic and biodynamic growers, farmers and cheesemakers as well as the best Italian suppliers, to offer a relaxed Mediterranean approach to British food. Local produce includes no dig salad leaves from Charles Dowding's market garden. Focus on zero waste and kindness.

    Film Screening:

    • Tues 19: 7pm-9pm
    • Kiss the Ground. Woody Harrelson narrates an inspiring and groundbreaking film that argues for the healing power of soil, in which a revolutionary group of activists, scientists, farmers and politicians band together in a global movement of Regenerative Agriculture that could balance our climate, replenish our water supplies and feed the world. Introduced by Jane Durney of One Planet Bruton
    • £10/pp, incl arrival drink
    • SOLD OUT
    • Daily: 8am-11am, 12-6pm

    • Daily: 8am-6pm

    • Fri: 6pm-10pm

01749 814070

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