Food Magazine Writes About The Old Spot

 

"Sadler Street is clearly the place to be for fine-dining in Wells, with The Old Spot just across the road from Goodfellows.

 

Chef-proprietor Ian Bates comes with great credentials, and worked with Simon Hopkinson of Roast Chicken and Other Stories fame when he headed-up London’s Bibendum in the early nineties.

 

The Old Spot is a stylish joint with high-quality classic French and British cooking, that’s great value, especially at lunchtime with the £12.50 for two courses and £15 for three price-tag.

 

A strong wine list supports the food, courtesy of Ian’s wine supplier wife Clare, and all this great eating and drinking is further complemented by the tables at the back of the restaurant with views of the Cathedral."

 

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