The Worlds End
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Situated between Taunton and Wellington, you’ll find the lovely Victorian house that’s home to The Worlds End. The garden boasts picturesque views of Somerset’s fine countryside, while inside large wooden beams, open fires and quirky corners welcome guests after a long day.
After settling in a cosy spot in the restaurant, my partner and I sampled two delicious Badger Ales: Fursty Ferret and Golden Champion. A long history of brewing has gone into creating the perfect pint, and we were certainly impressed by our tipples. The menu features a selection of favourites and there’s a specials board listing an array of tempting dishes that made deciding what to choose a difficult task.
I started with cheese and beer croquettes with balsamic glaze and tomato and onion chutney, while my wife opted for hearty potato skins topped with chutney and cheesy rarebit. To follow, I plumped for the award-winning steak and Tanglefoot ale pie, which was packed with mouth-watering British steak and rich, flavoursome gravy. My wife was equally impressed with her sumptuous British sirloin steak accompanied by chips, grilled tomato, field mushrooms and garden peas. For dessert, I couldn’t resist the toffee apple pie with custard recommended to me by our helpful waiter. It’s easy to see why locals and visitors come back time and time again – we left already planning our next visit.