Bridgwater has a long and colourful history, dating to at least 800AD. The town straddles the River Parret at its lowest fordable point and operated for centuries as a port, becoming an important trading and manufacturing town, known for its brick and tile making. Surrounded by the Somerset Levels, Mendip and Quantock Hills, it attracts thousands of visitors keen to explore the beautiful countryside. The county is famous for its cider and cheddar cheese and there are lots of restaurants in Bridgwater where you can sample these and other local ingredients. We've selected the best Bridgwater restaurants and made reservations simple, so book a table now for a fabulous meal in this bustling market town.