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I've eaten here a couple of times: the food was good enough for me to be willing to repeat the experience without being particularly wonderful. Certainly the portions are generous: a side order of (very acceptable indeed) chips was large enough to need three of those ghastly little sachets of ketchup): similarly a chicken sandwich came with a decent amount of salad on the side, much more than the customary decorative leaf and quarter tomato. On the other hand the fishcakes were a tad watery, although certainly A1 in the fishyness department. As are the whitebait: possibly my favorite of what's on offer here.
I'm no expert, but I'm told that Otter, which is generally the bitter on offer, is a very nice pint if properly kept and I thought it good enough to actually have a second half-pint, the first slid down such a treat. (This rates as binge drinking for me) There's also what looks like a good selection of wines available.
Updated Jan 21, 2011
Woods is a wonderful oasis from the bizarre collection of human beings that inhabit the rest of the town, On wednesday nights the place comes alive with jazz/blues night sam brown's magic drumin and nigels crazy piano antics all within a classy bar you'd expect to find in bath or london and tasty food from the kitchen upstairs on candel lit wooden tables.
Dress Code: general bohemian attire.
Written May 26, 2003
this is a problem, friday and saturday nights in curtain parts of this town can be likened to the gaza strip, only its not israillies but hardened skinheads local hoons and generally excessively drunk nutters, best to avoid any large groups of people and going any where near takaway alley by the bus station after 11pm nightclubs should be avoided unless you are with a local, recently some have started selling plastic bottles instead of glass but frankly the clubs are better in taunton anyway.
Written May 26, 2003
Okay - I put this here because the idea of having a ski area of any type in SW England is just silly.
Yeovil Ski Centre has a large nursery slope and a 100 metre main slope, both with artificial skiing surfaces that are regarded as the best available. The slopes, both of which are floodlit, are set on a natural hillside and have been graded to ensure maximum safety and optimum learning.
Unique Suggestions: It is justly popular with beginners and experienced skiers.
Fun Alternatives: Stick to skiing where skiing should be done!
Written Oct 22, 2002