Found within The Ibis Bridgwater hotel, Keepers is a relaxed all-day dining restaurant and bar, which offers a menu of British classics alongside international favourites, as well as signature dishes which incorporate the house honey (if you hadn’t already guessed, the name is a reference to beekeeping.)
Handily located just off Junction 23 of the M5, Keepers is well placed to explore the South West of England, including Bristol, Devon and Dorset and is well suited to travelling parties, offering free on site parking for coaches.
Inside, the dining room at Keepers is a colourful and eclectic space - expect intentionally mismatched furnishings, exposed brick walls and pops of colour, as well as a standalone bar. As for the menu at Keepers, expect an all-day offering of crowd-pleasing dishes, which combines traditional British dishes with popular favourites from around the globe. Things kick off at breakfast, when you can enjoy continental options, or a hot filled breakfast bap alongside teas and coffees.
Later in the day, the menu expands to include the traditional three-course format. To start, you can choose from the ‘nibbles and sharing’ section, which includes cheesy garlic bread or soup with focaccia. For your main course, choose between dishes such as fish and chips or 28-day aged steak with chunky chips, portobello mushrooms and vine tomatoes. There are a few more international options available too, such as a loaded Meditteranean vegetarian panini served on focaccia.
To finish up, you can tuck into a selection of indulgent sweet treats - think warm sticky toffee pudding with honey butterscotch and Somerset clotted cream or chocolate orange torte with passion fruit coulis and berries.
Families are welcome too, thanks to Keepers dedicated children’s menu. Little ones can have their appetites satisfied with the likes of sausage and mash or spaghetti in tomato sauce, while grown-ups can make the most of a drinks list filled with cocktails, gin and wines.