In an old town high street within yards of the site where there were all manner of gruesome goings-on in the late eighteenth century following the unsuccessful insurrection by the Duke of Monmouth, we found an impressive Italian restaurant. In terms of the number of tables and and the quality of the food available in what at first appearance seems to be a town down on its luck, this was an impressive establishment.
With the normal range of food on offer that might be expected in such a place, from traditional starters through antipasti and expected main courses including different pizzas, we enjoyed a bruschetta pomodoro and tomato and mozzarella salad as starters followed by dishes of spaghetti carbonara and a large prawn and broccoli linguini. With additional bread, a wine and soft drink and a wonderful macchiato doppia of Drury coffee we were pleased to pay £40 excluding gratuities.
Easy to find , polite and attentive staff and good food, we were glad we didn't miss this on our visit to Shepton Mallet. Well recommended.
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