Eating down the river

6 Aug

On an outing to Axminster , we booked into the river cottage – I’ve always been a fan on Hugh & the whole river cottage way ! from growing  to cooking to the plate,  I also think its important for my kids to know this. Anyway the axminster (theres now one at bath too) river cottage canteen & Deli looked great – loved the counter selection and picnic hampers – gotta be a winner!

The Meal was good (stringers home brew  – was great)  but I was slightly disappointed with the kids choice , as both my girls had soup! they don’t eat rubbish food – they understand how good fresh food is made 🙂 a selection of simpler dishes maybe?

I loved the rustic appeal of the place and all the team seemed switched on(which is always nice)

liked the chip dishes (see pic)  and the roasted pollack was nicely cooked.

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