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Frome

Fat Radish

When two Somerset locals, Pascale and Ellen, first met, they bonded over their love of great food and even better cocktails. Fat Radish, the brainchild of this friendship, pays homage to these two loves. The name sprang up when the two friends were throwing about ideas for what to call the business and found a teeny, tiny radish among a bunch they'd just bought. It perfectly sums up what this Frome restaurant is all about: quirkiness, fun and never-ending fresh combinations. Their fusion menu takes inspiration from around the world including everything from Scandi antipasti boards to Moroccan spiced burgers and changes regularly with the seasons - as does their tempting cocktail menu of both classic favourites and unusual guest specials. Fat Radish's fresh and friendly atmosphere is just as obvious in the food as with the lush plants and fascinating photos that cover the walls.
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"We've always tried to find a balance between being homely and edgy. We want to cater for everyone - every diet and every budget."

Pascale

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Frome

The picturesque market town of Frome lies in the heart of Somerset, surrounded by vast swathes of open farmland, chalky ridges, undulating hills and valleys and generally stunning scenery at every turn. Explore the many cobblestone streets lined with an eclectic mix of independents and you’ll find everything from interior decor, quirky antiques and vintage clothing stores to children’s boutiques, florists and cafes. On the first Sunday of each month between March and December, the streets of Frome become a pedestrian playground and the town welcomes a pop up community of producers, crafters and makers. Stroll through hundreds of stalls celebrating the best from local producers at the farmers market on Stony Street or the artisanal trinket filled suitcases and prams at the “suitcase sale” on top of Catherine Hill. This unique market celebrates the independent movers and shakers in the South West and draws thousands of visitors each year.
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