"Having hidden his light under a bushel for some time, the young chef-owner of this traditional pub is now illuminating this corner of the South West with is cooking. Well presented, it shows a real understanding of ingredients and flavours and, with three courses for less than a pony, it’s blooming good value too."
In the unique language of the Michelin Guide, the Bib symbols indicate the inspectors’ favourite establishments, offering high-quality products and services and good value for money. Bib is short for Bibendum, the character created in 1898 from the imagination of the Michelin brothers, André and Edouard, and the pen of cartoonist O’Galop. Over the years, Bib—the one and only Michelin Man—has become the Group’s mascot.
"The Pony & Trap has gone from strength to strength, building up an enviable reputation for delicious, locally sourced food, perfectly cooked and beautifully presented."
"The menus are written seasonally, using locally sourced produce."
"You couldn’t want for a prettier location, set in a country lane close to Chew Magna"
"Gordon Ramsay’s protege is wooing city folk out to the country with his stunning food."