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A very thoughtful gesture. Chris B wrote a review May Foker, United Kingdom contributions helpful votes Friendly and reasonably priced Lunch menu has a good mix of traditional pub favourites and some interesting additions.
The others had sticky toffee pudding with ice cream and chocolate brownie with ice cream. The carvery was amazing! Traditional fish and chips was excellent as was the ham egg and wext.
What a wonderful place this is. Highly recommend. All followed with cups of coffee.
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David Shorey, who was born in the village, with Michael and Nadine Dodge, has written The Book of West Coker - a pictorial and social history of a Somerset village and its people. Plenty of ocker with something for everyone. Spacious restaurant with friendly and efficient staff.
A lovely meal and a good catch up with friends. The book shows us the village through the ages, street scenes, houses, families and personalities, local groups, memories of village life, wartime, the school and its pupils, the church, inns and pubs, employment, farming and sport PLUS 16 s in full colour showing the village cookersponsored by the Berkeley Leisure Group - a wonderful addition to a fascinating book.
We will definately be back again soon! The carvery was so tasty, everything cooked to perfection.
Well done to everyone at "Inn The Square". The village has west straddled the main highway from London to Exeter since the wedt Century and for a village of its size has a surprising of coker grand houses, including a fine medieval Manor House and numerous original smaller houses and cottages, many built with voker lovely mellow hamstone cut from nearby Ham Hill quarry. A settlement has existed there since pre-Roman times and through the centuries has relied on agriculture, the manufacture of ships' canvas, twine and gloving for its love.
A choice of three meats, seven vegetables, lovely roast potatoes, all the condiments and tasty rich gravy! The waitresses and waiters to be commended for their help and friendliness.
It contains over photographs, and other related items, giving a unique insight into how this special village coker evolved and what life was like during the last years. The pictures, captions and stories provide memories for residents and west inhabitants alike, being full of faces, with scenes to show a colourful Somerset village as it was and how it is love.
A very friendly and helpful server and we even had a jug of gravy carried down the stairs in case we split it from our plates!
Most had the carvery all said the food was excellent, well done to all at in the square for excellent standard of food at a reasonable cost please keep it up. David and his two fellow Cokerites have been collecting West Coker memorabilia to tly produce this permanent pictorial history of i village and its people.
Inn the square, west coker, somerset, uk
This was followed by mouth watering sweets, but sadly I could'nt one as I was so full!! From the minute we walked through the door to when we left, we were really looked after by lovely friendly staff.
Highly recommended not only for their carvery but for the atmosphere, the food menu, and the entertainment that is advertised through out the year.