December 3, 2013

The Ethicurean

It's December already and i'm still in the autumn mood. The leaves haven't fallen of all the trees yet, and with these sunny and crisp days, it's beautiful outside. So let's do one last autumnal post. On the website of Freunde von Freunden, I came across The Ethicurean. In it's garden the leaves are turning orange, it's the end of summer. Would be a beautiful place to visit, just take a look at these pictures.

About The Ethicurean:
Set in the bucolic Mendip Hills behind the red brick walls of an exquisite Victorian garden, The Ethicurean is a hidden treasure of the Somerset countryside. Focused on ethical sourcing of ingredients from the local environment, wood sorrel, oak moss and British summer truffles are just some of the locally foraged ingredients. This seasonal restaurant serves up a foray of mouthwatering dishes and cocktails, from beetroot carpaccio with honeyed walnuts to a Bristolian take on an Old Fashioned, everything is thoughtfully created and presented. (source: Freunde von Freunden) 


[Photo's via Freunde von Freunden]

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