Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Just up from the beautiful Cadbury Castle sits this delightful, traditional country pub. When we arrived the car park was busy, hinting at The Camelot’s popularity. Once inside and away from the from the blustery winter wind, we took a seat next to the flickering fire and soaked up the buzzing atmosphere. I can imagine when the sun beats down, the pub garden is just as bustling.
To start we chose the platter of freshly baked bread that came with a nutty oil dip. For mains I chose the 8oz rump steak with all the trimmings, including onion rings in crunchy batter. My partner was spoiled with sumptuous, meaty wild boar sausages and buttery mash that came piled high on the plate, doused in rich gravy.
Our well-presented meals put local ingredients to top use, as our hostess for the evening, Sophie, explained. The team clearly prides itself on serving honest pub food that’s cooked well. While we could have happily eaten every dessert on offer, we finished with a gorgeous chocolate pudding served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We both agreed that the presentation of the food and service was second-to-none.
If you’re searching for quality food and a friendly atmosphere, look no further than The Camelot. As we left, we were already planning a return visit.