The Good Earth, Wells

Today for lunch we popped to The Good Earth, a vegetarian cafe with a connecting whole food and interiors shop. Although I’m definitely not a veggie, I do love going to vegetarian eateries to see what creative yummy meat-free dishes they have so I can try something more unusual than your standard burger and chips or steak. Their daily menu is written up on a large blackboard and always has a number of scrumptious dishes on offer as well as lots of lovely side salads.

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I went for the ratatouille pasta bake topped with feta cheese and garlic croutons and then a salad for the side. It was packed full of flavour, with lovely tasty veg and gorgeous melted cheese. The Good Earth really show that you definitely don’t need meat to make a dish interesting!

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There is always a friendly and relaxed atmosphere so it’s a pleasure to come and eat here. If you’re popping there for lunch I’d recommend getting there early to make sure that you get a seat and all of the scrumptious dishes haven’t already disappeared!

After lunch I went for a potter round their adjoining shop. I really wanted to buy so many things!

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There are so many beautiful knick knacks!

If you’re after a lazy afternoon, Wells is a gorgeous place to have a wander around in…

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complete with its own moat…Wells bishops palace Wells bishops palace swan

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…and portcullis.Wells bishops palace…and also the elegant Vicar’s Close which is the oldest surviving residential street with its buildings still in tact in Europe.Wells vicars close Wells vicars close Wells vicars close

I’d love to live in one of those cute little cottages!

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One Response to The Good Earth, Wells

  1. Caya says:

    What a lovely post about Wells. It is an interesting city, the smallest city in England, and the Good Earth is fab!

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