Eat & Drink -

Daily pub menu - click here for full version 

Food is served/takeaways for collection/delivery:

Monday - Friday: 9am to 8:30pm

Saturday: 8am to 8:30pm

Sunday: 10am to 4pm (takeaways until 3:30pm)

Last Orders for food 9:20pm

Bookings are not always necessary, but strongly advised, especially during this time.

Breakfasts served  Monday - Saturday 8-11am & Sundays 8-10am

Click here to see our Breakfast Menu

Senior Citizen lunches - Thursdays from 12-6pm - two meals for £12.00 - sample menu here.


We pride ourselves on the fact that our popular restaurant serves a variety of wholesome homemade food, using locally sourced produce where possible, including that of Gilcombe Organic Farm, and our dedicated chef will endeavour to cater for any of your dietary needs.  We understand how important a budget can be to your occasion, and are happy to discuss this with you.

This is our standard buffet menu, please contact us to discuss your individual requirements further.

We do cater for wakes, christenings, weddings and more, please speak to Lee for advice on menu selections and facilities available.

We can also write tailor-made menus to meet your special occasion, examples of specially produced sit-down and buffet menus here.

Traditional Local and Regional Real ales

We are pleased to host a range of local cask conditioned real ales as well as those from a little further afield. These include the award winning Butcombe Bitter along with ales from The Cottage Brewing Company, Otter Brewery, Box Steam Brewery, Sharp’s Brewery, Yeovil Ales and the Hidden Brewery.

Feel free to phone ahead to check what is on at the current time.

Somerset Cider

At The Bell we are proud to offer a range of Somerset cider including that of award winning traditional cider maker Hecks located just 15 minutes away in Street and that of Gaymers Cider Company and Brothers Drinks Company both located in the nearby town of Shepton Mallet

Freshly ground Coffee

Our Coffee is sourced from Martin Carwardine & Co who have been roasting coffee in a traditional way since the 18th Century. At this time Bristol was a flourishing commercial port with elegant tea clippers regularly to be seen returning from plantations in India, Ceylon and the Far East with their new precious goods. Since this time the same traditional standards have continued within the Carwardine family business into the 21st century, and give the coffee we serve at The Bell today a rounded flavour to look forward to.

Martin Carwardine also support Fairtrade suppliers which guarantees a better deal for third world producers

A large selection of soft drinks also available