Tasty Pizza Delivered To Your Doorstep!
All our our Pizza’s are freshly made and cooked to order in our stone bake oven. We endevour to
deliver within 45 minutes but at busy times we may extend this as safety to our drivers and the
public are paramount.
We don’t do fast food, we do good fast food!
Minimum hot food order for delivery is £10.00
FREE Delivery to the following areas:
Axbridge, Cheddar, Clewer, Cocklake, Crickham, Draycott
Minimum hot food order for delivery is £10.00, or a charge of £1 will be added.
With a £1.50 delivery charge and a minimum hot food order of £10.00 we can deliver to the
following areas: Cross, Rodney Stoke, Shipham, Sidcot, Star, Stoughton & Wedmore.
And we can also deliver a little further a field to the following areas, subject to a minimum hot
food order of £10 with a £2.50 delivery charge: Ashton, Badgeworth, Bagley, Biddisham, Blackford,
Compton Bishop, Christon, Easton, Heath House, Loxton, Latcham, Mudgley, Priddy, Rooksbridge,
Stone Allerton, Theale, Tarnock, Winscombe, Weare, Westbury Sub Mendip & West Stoughton.
Please note that Pizza Magic is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and open from 5.00pm-10.00pm Wednesdays-Sundays.
The menus are HERE
Henry Wan has been serving up Cheddar’s best Chinese food since time began, or for the last 30 years to be more precise. In fact, no one in Cheddar calls it the Dragon House, it’s just known as Henry’s.
Located in the same spot he started out in all those years ago, Henry is still feeding the hungry mouths of locals and tourists alike with an extensive and varied Chinese menu.
All your favourites are here, from barbecued spare ribs to beef with green pepper and black bean sauce as well as Henrys’ own specials you might not have heard of.
Service is always with a smile and a joke and there’s usually a little something extra free thrown in for the kids.
The quality is as reliable as the service is friendly. The Dragon House comes highly recommended as Cheddar’s finest chinese food. And if you want an omelette, you can have one of those as well.
The menu, along with Henry’s opening hours are below:
Family run and owned and situated on the Wedmore to Wells road this is a proper country pub. If the definition of ‘country pub’ means being out in the countryside then you won’t get much more country than this.
The pub is typically olde worlde with creaking floorboards and beams aplenty. The food is all homemade and locally sourced where possible and is delivered with a smile as friendly as the welcome when you enter.
The Panborough Inn, situated in a small hamlet on the B3139 and just 10 minutes drive from Wells, Glastonbury and Cheddar, is an attractive Coaching Inn dating back to the 17th Century.
With views across the Somerset Levels to Glastonbury Tor, The Mendip and Polden Hills, The Panborough Inn has an enviable and well deserved reputation for great food, excellent service and a good atmosphere.
The Panborough has now added its very own Orangutans play area for kids, the details of which are below. Click on the links under the last pic for prices and more info. Your children will love it!
Lunch Opening Hours:
12.00 to 15.00 hrs
Lunch Food Service:
12.00 to 14.15 hrs
Evening Opening Hours:
18.00 to last orders
Evening Food Service:
18.30 to 21.15 hrs
Welcome to Lao Thai Restaurant where you get two restaurants for the price of one! We think this is the only Lao restaurant in England but are prepared to be corrected if need be. We think the nearest place you’ll get a Lao meal to here is Paris and that’s a fair way to go from Cheddar. Laos borders Thailand to the north and has a distinct taste and cooking style from Thai food in part due to its mountainous geography meaning it’s not as hot and humid as Thailand.
Keith is the owner and genial host for your evening of culinary pleasure and is more than happy to guide you through the menu as he did with me if you haven’t eaten Lao before, which if it is the only Lao restaurant in the country is unlikely. Ably cooked by chef Hong Thong (literal translation is Golden Swan) and beautifully presented, the dishes are awash with a mixture of textures and flavours. You have a choice of eating from either the Lao menu or the Thai menu. Keith has an extensive collection of wines suited to the food but we went for Lao beer bottled and imported and it was perfect for washing down our meal and a very good accompaniment.
Open from 5:30 til late Tuesday to Sunday but not on Monday, Lao Thai can seat 34 people and will cater for parties or functions of up to 35 on a preset menu. If you’re coming from Cheddar Bridge Touring Park then you’ll get free tea or coffee after your meal if you state where you’ve come from. The ambience is spot on and there’s no rush to finish your food and get out. Once you’re in you’re in for the night so don’t just take my word for it, give this place a try, I don’t think you’ll regret it. Link to the menu is here
Steve and Emma (the owners of this fine establishment) are celebrated their 10th year in charge of The New Inn at Cross last October. During their time in charge they’ve managed to take the pub from ‘backwater, on the A38 boozer’ to a really worthwhile visit whether you’re a local or a tourist or on your way to Bristol airport just 10 minutes up the road.
They’ve gained a Cask Marque and been featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for the past 5 years on the trot, which is more than most pubs in the area can boast.
There’s parking out the front of the pub which you have to watch out for on the A38 as it’s on a bit of a bend and there’s a huge play area for the kids to burn off some energy while you enjoy your particularly fine pint of award winning ale, or lime and soda if you’re driving of course. There’s seating inside for around 70 diners and they can take up to 200 outside which gives you an idea of the space they’ve got here. Coach drivers and operators take note.
Their food is served from noon onwards everyday up until 9:00pm.That’s every day – 7 days a week. There’s daily specials and a good mix of typical British pub grub combined with some more innovative fayre for your consumption. As this pub sits at the foot of The Mendips it’s also ideal for dog walkers, hikers, strollers and any other outdoor activity type of person.
Did I mention the cat and the dog? No, well Guiness the Cocker Spaniel and Kipper the British Blue are something of an attraction in their own right and are usually found in the bar day and night so pop in and pay them a visit. The pub has just had a refurb but has maintained all it’s original charm and character and hasn’t morphed into an All Bar One or a Wetherspoons, so you’re safe and
sound in the knowledge that you’ll be entering a proper pub. Prices are average for the area, the food and drink aren’t. They’re much better.
Link to the menu is HERE
The Kings Head is an old fashioned drinkers pub. Dating back to the 14th century in parts but mainly much newer from the 17th century, it does do food but its primary function is to serve the drinkers of Cheddar and beyond with country wit and bonhomie. And local beer and cider, of course. There are homemade cakes and pork pies, cheese and ham rolls and its wholesome and hearty chunky sandwiches are sold at very reasonable prices which will soak up much of the local ciders and ales you’ll find on offer behind the bar. Don’t come here expecting a cordon bleu experience because the only thing blue you’ll find is the language on a Friday or Saturday night! That doesn’t mean it’s not suitable for kids because it is. There’s plenty of space for them to charge around in and a large play area at the back of the beer garden.
The King’s Head is Cheddar’s premier music venue with live music by way of an open mic night one Thursday followed by a folk night the next Thursday. Every Friday night is music night from a selection of local and regional talent ripping up the dance floor, well not actually the dance floor but the floor of the front bar where the music takes place. This September 12/13th the pub is having its very own music festival – be sure to be there!
The pub also boasts a massive car park so no worries about parking and if you stay ‘too long’ you might even find the landlord offering you a lift home while your car stays put.
The pub has BT Sports on now so there’s massive helpings of football and rugby for the sports enthusiasts amongst you to watch every weekend. Well, pretty much every day these days.
Pub opening hours are Monday to Friday 4.30pm-late and Saturday & Sunday noon-late.
Tuckers Fish n Chip Restaurant is easily the best fish and chip shop in Cheddar serving everything you would expect from a fish and chip shop – except onion juice which I particularly like on my fish but haven’t found since I left London. Never mind, I can’t fault the food on offer here. Always served with a smile and reasonably priced in these days of not getting much change from a tenner for cod and chips.
The restaurant and takeaway is open Monday to Thursday 11.30am-9.pm, Friday and Saturday until 10.00pm and Sunday til 8.00pm. There’s enough space inside to sit 52 people and outside can accommodate 48. They have a 5 star food hygiene rating from the local authority and Tuckers won Mid Somerset Papoers Chip of The Year Award for 2012 which proves it’s not just me who thinks they’re the best around.
You can bring your own alcohol if you like and they also do party orders. Ring for advice.
Don’t forget if you’re visiting Wells and feeling like some fish n chips then there’s also a Tuckers there.
Link to the menu is HERE