Axbridge has recently been awarded
Fair Trade status, and has a vibrant
food culture, centred around the Medieval Square, including
This winding road along the edge of the Mendip Hills not only boasts some of the most breathtaking views in Somerset, but also some of the county's best strawberries and other seasonal produce at the nu,merous raodside stalls.
Worth including for it's one cafe, Hartley's Kitchen. See our feature on Hartley's Kitchen
Home to the famous gorge and caves, and of course the eponymous cheese, but also, surprisingly, some wonderful undiscovered palces to eat out ranging from good pub food to restaurant food par-excellence and one of our favourite curry houses.
See our feature on Winter eating in Cheddar
Historic town, home to Cheap Street, one of the finest medieval shopping streets in Europe, with some real foodie delights.
This North Somerset town has gone through massive changes in recent years with the new marina taking centre stage. Many people go just to shop at Waitrose and stroll along the quay, but it's got some other foodie gems that shouldn't be missed See our feature on bucking the trend in Portishead
Shepton Mallet is an ancient market town, nestling in a fold towards the Western end of the Mendip hills. It is home to some renowned restaurants as well as a clutch of tempting delis and cafes. See our feature on the new Tesco in Shepton Mallet
Sitting comfortably within the Somerset levels, Wedmore has always had a strong affiliation for local produce and won the 'Best local food town or village' award for 2009/10. See our feature on Wedmore.
Eating out in England's smallest city has been transformed in recent years and now there's no shortage of good venues to suit all tastes and budgets, from tiny cafes to restaurants with Michein starred chefs. Find out where Wells Cathedral school students recommend
We've yet to fully explore Somerset's County Town, but where better place to start than The Castle Hotel? And from there to some lovely country pubs.
Find out where the afficionados go for fish and chips, plus what else this traditional seaside town has to offer. It's got everything you'd expect and some foodie surprises, including the best gluten and dairy free resaturant we've discovered. See our feature on Weston super Mare
Follow the Grove Village Foodie Trail