For Christmas each year my wife and I give each other 6 envelopes each, one for each month, inside each one is a date night idea. This year many of mine are that we select a restaurant from the book "Secret Kitchen Southwest England by Jane Sarchet & Rob Smith.
Our first selection from the book was At The Chapel in Bruton, as it was not to far to drive from us in Yeovil, but was somewhere we had not been before.
The restaurant is a converted chapel, who would guess, the interior is bright, light and airy. There have a large wood burning bread/pizza oven and a open plan kitchen so you can see everything being prepared.
I started with the wood pigeon followed by whole chargrilled mackerel, horseradish both of which where excellent, loved the al forno potatoes.
Pudding was a simple choice - Salted caramel chocolate fondant, vanilla gelato. It takes a while as it is cooked to order, but well worth the wait.
As I was driving I also enjoyed the mocktails.
I am sure we will be back again soon
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