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Mulberrys Restaurant And Grill

PUBLISHED: 10:50 04 November 2015 | UPDATED: 14:30 18 November 2015

Mullberry Restaurant And Grill

Mullberry Restaurant And Grill

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Mulberrys Restaurant and Grill, based in central Yeovil serves locally sourced, quality food with a South African twist. We are proud to have been in business and independently owned for over 20 years...

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Our main menu features items such as South African Bobotie and Boerewors sausage. As a grill we specialise and are famous for our delicious steaks, all sourced from Loders Butchers next door. In addition we serve fish dishes and several creative and tasty vegetarian options for the non carnivores.

We have an extensive wine list, featuring wines from around the globe including many from South Africa, try our guest wines from Babylonstoren, South Africa. Local ales are served on tap.

Our puddings include South African Malva Pudding and Dom Pedros. Being a long standing and successful Yeovil business, we know our market and keep abreast of food trends making sure that our customers enjoy both regular choices and constant new options, balancing consistency and old favourites to exciting new menu items.

In doing this we have found that featuring regular specials, which take advantage of fresh seasonal produce, offer variety to you the customer and help us understand what you like. We endeavour to source our ingredients locally to not only provide fresh seasonal produce but also to keep food miles to a minimum.

Our main dining room seats 50 and includes a light conservatory. We have an upstairs room seating up to 24 which can be used for functions or booked exclusively for private parties or meetings at no extra cost.

Our location in central Yeovil, close to the Octagon theatre makes us an excellent choice for pre-theatre dinners. Why not pre order the next time you are visiting the Octagon to enable you to enjoy a delicious meal prior to or after the performance. Booking for this is essential.

Mulberrys is the ideal venue for any occasion, be it a romantic dinner for two, lunch with friends whilst shopping or a dinner with friends and family. Of course walk ins are welcome. We have had very good feedback about our “kids” menu, which caters for the smaller folk and offers them the same quality food and service as the adults, just smaller portions and cost. In establishing our reputation and loyal customer base, we are incredibly proud of our hard working staff. They work extremely hard to make your experience a memorable one. They are committed and passionate about learning and providing excellent food and service.

Mulberrys is open Tuesdays from 10 am until Saturday night, for morning coffee, lunches and dinner. Do come and try us.

Our light lunches along with the full menu are available every day as well as the lunch time wine and dine menu, two courses for £12.50 or three courses for £15.50 both include a glass of house wine. Two for the price of one meal deal on all items from the grill is available on Tuesday and Wednesday night, so why not treat yourself. Do book as this is always very popular.

Our Thursday evening wine and dine set menu is excellent value, £15.50 for two courses and £18.50 for three courses, again both include a free glass of house wine.

If you wish to book our function room, free of charge, we provide Wifi and a projection screen all as part of the service.

We are proud to have been three time winners of the Somerset Life Best Restaurant and Best Chef Awards. With your support we will win it again.

http://www.mulberrysbistro.co.uk/

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