Glastonbury has so many eateries to after for the tourist trade. However, I was so pleased to have found this fantastic cafe and pasty emporium, which seemed to have lots of local support.
After getting off the bus, I was searching for a lunch, and was drawn to TinPot, initially by the vast array of freshly baked pasties. Although there were many flavours, I decided to try a large Cornish steak. It was so impressive(and filling), I could have been Cornwell. Together with this had a freshly made smoothie, all for a little more than a fiver.
The staff (sisters I think) were friendly and efficient, and had a real care about this business.
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