Page 9 - Yeovil Feast Magazine
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When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.
are exceptional – try to resist as they parade past to eager neighbouring tables.
Other delicacies of Redbarn asparagus with poached egg and brassica pesto are bright, and as attractive on the eye as the tongue. The calamari fritti with lemon aioli had a light crunch and was beautifully tender inside.
So to the pizzas – thin base, crisp, succulent, and fresh – watch them cook in the open kitchen; choose chorizo, oregano, bu alo mozzarella and tomato and the Parma ham, rocket, and bu alo mozzarella pizza with courgette fritti was simply ‘splendido’.
The desserts of strawberry Eton mess and baked vanilla cheesecake with stem ginger are not for sharing!
Prices are from £7 for starters to mains of £17, with generous pizzas on average at £11 each. ‘At the Chapel’ is unique and a real gem on the dining circuit. Join the Chapel’s congregation in satisfaction and taste, it’s spiritual in name and nature...

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