Finished our visit to The Garlic Farm with lunch in the restaurant. Cosy, rustic decor and friendly service. My husband and kid ordered the roasted whole garlic bulb as a starter - it was fine. On the menu it said it came with sourdough but the bread was a much lighter wholemeal slice which didn’t hold up that well to being spread with garlic. Mains - monkfish scampi for both of them and gnochhi with watercress and garlic pesto for me. The monkfish pieces were fried perfectly. My gnochhi plate was excellent but the sauce contained no watercress (the green leaf component was baby spinach) and was not a pesto. My son had a lemon curd brulee for dessert which came with a chunky shortbread round biscuit.
The farm shop next door has an excellent range of garlic, products made from garlic and other produce of local origin for sale.