27 June 2014


Last week, as part of a surprise anniversary/birthday celebratory lunch, we drove out of the city and navigated the winding country roads in pursuit of fine tasting food. As we arrived at the award winning best ethical restaurant, situated in a beautiful walled garden, I knew I was in for a treat. The Ethicurean has been on my 'must do' list for ages, so I practically hopped, skipped and jumped over the threshold and into the earthy conservatory made up of cobblestones and rustic wood. As I soaked in the menu, my eyes feasting over the words, Paul readily took an impatient F out into the garden to burn off some energy, leaving me to sit back and relax. Wine was drank alongside the most perfectly cooked fish which melted on the tongue and there was even room for pudding, which was garnished with fresh raspberries picked straight from the garden.

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Afterwards we savoured our coffee while breathing in the west country views which were bathed in the midday sun. We explored the gardens walking along rows of vegetables and herbs, while F rubbed some fresh Rosemary between his fingers, excited by aroma left behind. We headed home with tummies full of goodness, my only regret is that I didn't snap up their fab cookbook so I could try out some their recipes at home.



  1. I love it there! I must go back soon, perhaps for my own birthday next week. Hope you had a fun night out at the weekend too. L x

  2. Oh thank you so much for link up to our Lets Have An Adventure link up. It's a pleasure to meet you. Such wonderful photos and adventure. Thank xxx hannah

  3. looks like a wonderful place!! lucky you :) xx

  4. Love the Ethicurean - would love to go back. Beautiful picks x

  5. this place looks fantastic! i'd love to go one day.

  6. Oooh how delightful! What a magnificent treat.

  7. How lovely does this place look! I really need to research it as I know John would love it (as would I) beautiful photography :)

    Laura x

  8. What a wonderful treat, it's looks very picturesque and the food sounds delicious. Thanks for linking up and sharing your fun with Country Kids.



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