Healthy-living restaurant unveils new look after revamp

PUBLISHED: 12:14 12 February 2019

The Ethicureans staff were pleased after a successful reopening.   Picture: MARK ATHERTON

The Ethicureans staff were pleased after a successful reopening. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Environmentally-conscious restaurant The Ethicurean reopened its doors last weekend after its refurbishment in Wrington.

The Ethicurean Restaurant after its refurbishment.   Picture: MARK ATHERTONThe Ethicurean Restaurant after its refurbishment. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

It had been closed since the middle of January and people can also enjoy a vegan and vegetarian-styled menu at the eatery.

Ingredients are sourced from the Barley Wood Walled Garden seasonally, and the restaurant now has an industrial charcoal grill cooker.

It will serve new dishes including a whole roasted cauliflower, sides such as rosemary potatoes and cured meat from Wrington business Somerset Charcuterie.

Marketing manager, Molly Noble, said: “It was a really good reopening and very busy – our staff were beaming with content to see it all went so well.”

The Ethicurean Restaurant's reopening.    Picture: MARK ATHERTONThe Ethicurean Restaurant's reopening. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Bristol-based carpenter Liam Rush designed the front of house look, and a new seating area and second log burner were also added to the grade-II listed building.

Molly continued: “We were fully booked on Saturday and for lunch we served tea, coffee and cake.

“Our restaurant has now designed a sharing menu with smaller and larger plates.

“Meat and fish can be added to dishes and it’s just a really nice way of eating.”

The Ethicurean Restaurant in Wrington.     Picture: MARK ATHERTONThe Ethicurean Restaurant in Wrington. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Customers attending The Ethicurean Restaurants reopening.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONCustomers attending The Ethicurean Restaurants reopening. Picture: MARK ATHERTON


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