Seasonal suppers all year long…
Long Lane, BS40 5SA
t: 01934 863713 | w: www.theethicurean.com
Located just outside Bristol within the grounds of a restored Victorian kitchen garden, The Ethicurean is one of the South West’s finest destination restaurants. Originally constructed in 1901 for Imperial Tobacco director Henry Herbert Willis, Barley Wood remains one of the few working kitchen gardens of its kind, and offers a truly enchanting dining experience.
From humble beginnings selling home-cooked British snacks at local farmer’s markets, co-owners Mathew, Iain, Jack and Paula have truly made their mark on the restaurant industry. With a prestigious Michelin Bib Gourmand already under their belts, as well as a successful cookbook and array of other impressive accolades, including the Observer Food Monthly Award for Best Ethical Restaurant 2012, these four friends have come a long way since opening the restaurant together in 2010.
Offering seasonal dishes such as roasted beef rib with burnt aubergine purée; and mushroom pearl barley with old demdike ewes cheese, all made using fresh ingredients grown onsite by the local gardener, or locally sourced from the surrounding areas, The Ethicurean strives to make a positive impact, not only on its diners but on the environment as well.
With an impressive selection of experimental spirits, home-brewed beers and ciders, natural and bio-dynamic European wines, and a specially designed cocktail for every dish on the menu, as well as delicious home-pressed apple juice from the restaurant’s very own orchard, there really is something for everyone on offer.
Situated amid the Mendip hills in the picturesque village of Wrington, and easily commutable from Bristol airport, The Ethicurean offers seasonal and ethically sourced food at a reasonable price, with a stunning country view thrown in for free.