We visited Montecute House with our two children today. We had a lovely day looking around the house and gardens but soon needed nourishment. So we headed to the café for the obligatory cream tea. Often these can be pretty ropey!! So it was hit and hope ;) There's dining areas both inside and outside. Inside a few staff and a small menu with several options on. Soup, quiche, cakes and ploughman's. The children had a kids meal (ham sandwich, fruit, a very small brownie square and juice box). We decided to try the ploughman's. It arrived really quickly considering it was very busy. We got a beautiful warm home made cob roll, three good sized slices of beautiful glazed ham (or a good chunk of cheddar), salad, homemade coleslaw and a homemade chutney. It was absolutely beautiful. Would recommend for everyone, with or without children, old and young alike. Skip the local pub lunches and head here instead, you won't regret it x
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