Change is good at this refurbed Gloucestershire restaurant, where the food is constantly in flux. Lee Williams pays a visit
Evolve or die. It's the law of the jungle and, in today's financial climate, one that increasingly applies to restaurants. And nowhere is it better exemplified than Gloucestershire's Wild Garlic.
The introduction of a bar and a tapas menu are just two of the alterations Beardshall has made in that time. Now, with the refurb, he is transforming the original restaurant into a bistro and opening an offshoot across the road to evolve his ideas even further.
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