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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around East Harptree

Yeo valley canteen

Blagdon, Bristol BS40 7YE, UK – 01761 461425

Absolutely fabulous place to go for lunch. We went on a Wednesday so we could have the roast option. It was lamb on the day we visited. Succulent and tender. Veg cooked beautifully. Roast potatoes were crisp, shredded cabbage not limp, cauliflower with cream and leak was superb. Dessert - really lovely. The strawberry ice cream was the best I have ever tasted. No weird taste of strawberry flavouring just strawberries. Made with double cream it is really simple and delicious. You can buy ice cream to take home as well! All the staff (and I do mean all) are very friendly and efficient at their jobs. Their 'uniforms' are noticeably clean and freshly pressed. The menu offers a good range of food and bottled drinks (no beer taps though) as well as lovely coffee to finish the meal. The dining area is spacious and clean with stunning views of Somerset. Toilets are clean with some quirky art work in the gents! Good car parking facilities. Do book early though if you want a roast - very popular place and you'll see why when you try it.

Very nice place, good quality food and service. Don't forget your wallet! Also book at least 3 months ahead, yes it's that poplier 😋

Seymour Arms

Bath Rd, Blagdon, Bristol BS40 7TH, UK – 01761 462279

It's been a while since I stayed at the Seymour Arms. The last time was a good few years ago. Back then it was a typical pub with some rooms. Nothing of note!! My usual accommodation was full so I took a chance. OMG they have really, really done this place up. The bar area is now amazing and very trend looking. Staff are attentive without being over the top. The place oozes class whilst maintaining it's country theme. I opted for the bar food but there are more prestige options available. Prices aren't cheap but not sharp to the wallet. Food was hot and of good quality. Accommodation isn't accessed from the pub it's done from the outside at the rear of the pub. There is a ramp from the car park for wheel chair access. The accommodation is of a high standard for pub accommodation. I had a room near the front of the pub and there was noticeable road noise. It should be pointed out that Blagdon isn't the sleepy village it looks like. There is a high volume of traffic due to the farms and local large businesses so it can be noisy till quite late. The pub has a reasonable sized car park at the rear. Great place that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone. Family friendly. I expect it's a great place if your into fishing due to the proximity of Blagdon lake.

One of the best Sunday roasts I’ve had in a pub/restaurant. My wife ordered the beef Sunday roast and I ordered the beef pie. Hearty and good sized, delicious wine gravy and great pastry on the pie. Nice staff and a nice open space in a lovely village.

New Inn Blagdon

Park Ln, Blagdon, Bristol BS40 7SB, UK – 01761 462475

Lovely food, very friendly and accommodating staff. Every meal I have eaten in the New Inn had been delicious and the pasta dish I had on Friday with my son was no exception. I tasted my son's version burger and that too was superb. I have found venison can be quite over powering in the past, however this was not. It was delicious, full flavoured and rich. I will definitely try one for myself should it be on the menu next time l eat in there.

Nice pub with a great beer garden. Good selection of beer and ciders. Food good, a little disappointed after booking a table for 18 finding out only when we had finished eating our lunch they had no desserts!