River Cottage Canteen (Axminster) Reviews
Description:River Cottage / Local produce stores and canteen
Newest Review: ... for us to park so we had to drop my dad off outside and drive to the local Co-op which is approximately a 5 minute walk away. This was not a major issue as it wasn't raining and the weather was ok, however some dedicated disabled parking would have been nice. There was some parking outside - enough for around 10 cars and this was set around a very quirky old clock tower - unfortunately ... more
Customer River Cottage Canteen (Axminster) Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/09/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
This is a review of River Cottage Canteen, Axminster (between Dorchester and Exeter). I went with my family last Sunday as we were in the area on a family holiday. We went as my sister is a big River Cottage fan and she has been to the canteen several times before and always had good things to say about it. She has also been to the 'actual' River Cottage and the Canteen most certainly works out a lot cheaper! *About River Cottage* Most people would have seen River Cottage on channel 4 - the 'lovechild' of Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall. This tv series was set at the original River Cottage which is an old game keepers lodge. Since then the River ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/09 (Very useful, 810 readings)
It was a cheerful evening in Devon, though not too warm. Best Friend, her brother, The Boyfriend and I were off out to dinner. Having seen the price of going to the "real" River Cottage and realising that the frizzy haired Hugh wouldn't be there to kill or pick our food, we opted instead to visit the cheaper River Cottage Canteen in Axminster. LOCATION & RESTAURANT The town centre location meant we were unable to park near the restaurant, but the Co-op car park a little further down the hill suited nicely and we approached the Canteen in the dusk, past a pretty church and some unusual shops. You enter through the shop, selling Hugh's ... Read the complete review
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