The Bell Inn

The Bell Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
3 Market Street, Watchet, TA23 0AN
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The traditional country inn is a staple of rural living; every town, village or hamlet has one, each with its own unique charm and heritage. The Bell Inn at Watchet's appeal lies in its waterside location and, naturally, the superb food it is so proud to serve. Sitting but a few yards away from the local marina, the pub is popular with locals, tourists and those following nautical pursuits.

The menu at The Bell is overflowing with dishes from around the globe, with particular highlights including freshly battered cod, chicken New Yorker and a wholesome vegetable curry. Or, if you have a hefty appetite and want to try something slightly more challenging, the 22oz T-bone steak is a must-try dish. Bear in mind, though, that you have to pre-book this bovine beast of a dish when you're making reservations. When it comes to selecting a dessert The Bell's pudding list is extensive to say the least, and survivors of the T-bone steak might want to sit this course out, as the helpings are extremely generous. Also housing a relaxing courtyard area, The Bell is also a fantastic place to visit just for a quiet drink. The wine menu ensures that you will never be stumped on which tipple to indulge in, and the ales represent the best the region has to offer.
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Open: Food Served: Mon-Sat noon-2pm, 6pm-8.30pm; Sun noon-2pm (no food served Tuesday)

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