Croydon Hall is open for bookings

We are delighted to be taking part in this year’s Exmoor Food Fest, celebrating the Taste of Exmoor.

Somerset born chef Andrew Pavey will be cooking up a storm at Croydon Hall with a specially designed menu throughout the February half term.

Whilst passionate about patisserie, he enjoys every section of the kitchen, citing that cooking is a ‘way of life’ for him, as he revels in the art of creating spectacular dishes.

With 25 years of experience working in hotels and restaurants across the region, Andrew feels honoured to have worked for Michael Caine MBE at the Royal Clarence in Exeter, perhaps one of his favourite positions to date.

Come and join us from Saturday 11th – Saturday 18th February, for lunch or dinner at Croydon Hall to taste the menu that Andrew has created for this years’ Exmoor Food Fest.

On Wednesday, 8 March, local chef Tim Zekki (Duende, Wiveliscombe) will be cooking a 5-course-tasting menu at Croydon Hall – more information will be available shortly.

Saturday 11th – Saturday 18th February, lunch 12 30 – 14 00, and dinner 18 30 – 20 30

For restaurant and room bookings please visit or call 01984 642200
After booking your table you’ll be sent a code for 30% discount off hotel accommodation.

Croydon Hall, Rodhuish, Somerset, TA24 6QT

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Published by Elke Koessling Winzer

Communications/ PR Expert. Helping small business owners to step into the limelight with the help of traditional & social media as well as virtual and real-life events.

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