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The Cors

Newbridge Road, Laugharne

The Cors, Newbridge Road, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire

Chef proprietor, Nick Priestland, has transformed this former vicarage and bog into a charming period house with the most enchanting, landscaped gardens comprising over two acres of streams, secluded seating spots and sculptures – practically made... more

Hanson at the Chelsea Restaurant

17 St Mary's Street, Swansea

Hanson at the Chelsea Restaurant, 17 St Mary's Street, Swansea

It is worth taking the time to root out this restaurant which offers modern British cuisine with international and Welsh influences in a quite side street in the bustling city centre. Covering two floors, the restaurant has a rustic feel with... more

The Cors

Newbridge Road, Laugharne

The Cors, Newbridge Road, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire

Chef proprietor, Nick Priestland, has transformed this former vicarage and bog into a charming period house with the most enchanting, landscaped gardens comprising over two acres of streams, secluded seating spots and sculptures – practically made... more

The Quay Restaurant

11 The Quay, Ilfracombe

The Quay Restaurant, 11 The Quay, Ilfracombe, Devon

Controversial modern artist Damien Hirst might be the man behind this quayside restaurant and bar, but they won’t try and serve you a plate of shark in formaldehyde. Hirst’s works do however decorate the interior of this restored Victorian Inn with... more

Mint & Mustard

134 Whitchurch Road, Cardiff

Mint & Mustard, 134 Whitchurch Road, Cardiff

When opening Mint & Mustard in Cardiff back in 2007, Chef Anand George was determined to redefine Indian Cuisine. The menu is a collection of modern dishes, expertly presented but still based on the traditional flavours and spices of India. The... more

Park House

20 Park Place, Cardiff

Park House, 20 Park Place, Cardiff

This grade I listed gothic revival building is one of Wales' most notable 19th Century houses and plays host to the Burges Restaurant. Decked out with linen, red plush drapery, original wood panelling and period lampshades this is a classy affair.... more

Jamie's Italian, Cardiff

Unit LG 69/70, St David's 2 Shopping Centre, Cardiff

Jamie's Italian, Cardiff, Unit LG 69/70, Cardiff

Jamie’s Italian in Cardiff is a bustling restaurant set over two floors in the heart of St David's shopping centre and enjoys an al fresco dining area. The kitchen is open plan, adding to the busy atmosphere, and serves simple, rustic Italian food in... more

Tempus at Tides Bar and Restaurant

St David's Hotel & Spa, Havannah Street, Cardiff

Tempus at Tides Bar and Restaurant, St David's Hotel & Spa, Cardiff

The superb Tempus at Tides Bar and Restaurant is situated within the famed St David’s Hotel and Spa, the pinnacle of Cardiff style and class. Wonderful views across Cardiff Bay are accompanied by 1920s style décor in softly muted tones and natural... more

Mimosa

Unit 9, Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff

Mimosa, Unit 9, Cardiff

Drinkers and diners combine to create a lively atmosphere at Mimosa, it’s a bright, open-plan space with a modern interior – including a brushed steel bar, dark wooden tables, leather chairs and Welsh slate floors – and has a small al fresco dining... more

Pig On the Hill

Pusehill, Westward Ho!

Pig On the Hill, Pusehill, Westward Ho!, Devon

The Pig on the Hill is a country pub situated on the North Devon coast near the village of Westward Ho! Refurbished in 2013, the Pig manages to combine a down to earth atmosphere with a ‘fresh not fast’ food menu. Locally sourced meat and fish, along... more

Peterstone Court Country House, Restaurant & Spa, Llanhamlach, Brecon, Powys

The beautifully bright Georgian dining room at Peterstone Court is an eclectic blend of traditional country house and contemporary style, where antique tables stand surrounded by high-design Philippe Starck acrylic chairs. The result is one of... more

Carlton Riverside Restaurant with Rooms, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys

In November 2006, husband and wife team Mary Ann and Alan Gilchrist moved their 16 year old restaurant with rooms to new premises just 300 yards away. A meal in the cosy but elegant dining room comes complete with charming views of the river Irfon.... more

Lasswade Country House

Station Road, Llanwrtyd Wells

Lasswade Country House, Station Road, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys

Expect warm hospitality, amazing views, tranquility and excellent food at Roger and Emma Stevens Edwardian country house and restaurant. Spurred by their dedication to being a leading Green Business and being awarded 2 AA food Rosettes. Roger’s menu... more

The Felin Fach Griffin

Felin Fach, Brecon

The Felin Fach Griffin, Felin Fach, Brecon, Powys

Ruddy walls, rugged beams, sturdy tables - subtle it ain’t. But what this converted farmhouse nestled between Brecon and Hay on Wye has is character in abundance. Owners Charles and Edmund Inkin bang the local, seasonal drum with more integrity than... more

Hammet House

Cardigan

Hammet House, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire

COME & EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF FINE DINING IN PEMBROKESHIRE... We offer a stunning contemporary British fine dining dinner menu every evening from 6pm, alongside a relaxed all day house menu from 12 noon, breakfast & brunch from 8am, cocktails,... more

The Masons Arms

Knowstone, South Molton

The Masons Arms, Knowstone, South Molton, Devon

Chef and owner Mark Dodson spent thirteen years as head chef of the legendary Waterside Inn in Bray before taking over this rural 13th century thatched inn in 2005. Wife Sarah oversees the modernized dining room with its stripped floors and Exmoor... more

Nantyffin Cider Mill Inn

Brecon Road, Crickhowell

Nantyffin Cider Mill Inn, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys

This venue is at once a traditional Welsh country pub and smart, well regarded restaurant. Renowned for blending local ingredients with Mediterranean cooking styles, the kitchen serves seasonal dishes such as Pant Ysgawn goat's cheese and olive filo... more

The Ridgeway Bar & Kitchen

Ridgeway Avenue, Newport (Gwent)

The Ridgeway Bar & Kitchen, Ridgeway Avenue, Newport (Gwent), Newport

Set in a suburb a few miles outside of Cardiff, this pub has been given a New England-style refurbishment by its new owners (who also run the award winning Bacaro Italian restaurant in nearby Newport) giving it a stylish yet comfortable feel. They... more

The Babbling Brook Inn

Shurton Lane, Shurton, Bridgwater

The Babbling Brook Inn, Shurton Lane, Bridgwater, Somerset

16th Century independently owned and run Freehold Inn, in the beautiful Hamlett of Shurton, on the edge of the Quantock Hills, between Minehead and Bridgwater and close to Taunton. With a diverse menu, the team are dedicated to bringing restaurant... more

Cnapan

East Street, Newport (Pembrokeshire)

Cnapan, East Street, Newport (Pembrokeshire), Pembrokeshire

Nestled between the Preseli hills and Pembrokeshire coast, Cnapan oozes family tradition and charm. The intimate, homely dining room includes an exposed stone fireplace with customary horse brasses and crossed swords. However, the menu and wine list... more

Llys Meddyg

East Street, Newport (Pembrokeshire)

Llys Meddyg, East Street, Newport (Pembrokeshire), Pembrokeshire

Llys Meddyg’s owners have brought something of the metropolitan cool to sleepy west Wales. Llys Meddyg is a boutique restaurant with rooms sitting neatly between the Pembrokeshire mountains and coast. There are three dining areas: the garden room and... more

The Hardwick

Raglan Road, Hardwick, Abergavenny

The Hardwick, Raglan Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

This rural pub with its quarry-tiled floor, exposed beams and open fireplace is home to the prodigious talents of chef Stephen Terry. After a career in top London restaurants where he was known for his cutting edge cookery, Terry has settled into a... more

The Fox and Hounds Country Hotel & Restaurant, Eggesford, Chulmleigh, Devon

Fresh produce is a passion of the owners and under the guidance of Head Chef, Alex Pallat, (Chef of the Year 2010) the hotel offers simple good food served with flair. From traditional home made classics like 'Proper' Beer Battered Fish and Chips to... more

The Clytha Arms

Clytha, Abergavenny

The Clytha Arms, Clytha, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

An ancient converted dower house, on a wooded hill top in the Welsh countryside, houses this is a popular traditional pub, skittles and all that incorporates an award winning restaurant. The kitchen sources top quality local ingredients to produce an... more

The Walnut Tree Restaurant

Llanddewi Skirrid, Abergavenny

The Walnut Tree Restaurant, Llanddewi Skirrid, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

Since 2007, this white washed inn at the side of a winding Welsh country road has been run to huge acclaim by British culinary legend Shaun Hill. Dine in the smartly appointed yet casual dining room, or in good weather take a table on the patio or... more

Murrays of Clevedon

91 Hill Road, Clevedon

Murrays of Clevedon, 91 Hill Road, Clevedon, Somerset

From a modest family run tea shop, Murrays has grown into a fully fledged delicatessen and caffe bar with a loyal following. Much of the caffes high quality produce is also sourced for the deli, including a strong list of all-Italian, single estate... more

The Garden Room

Church Street, Hay-on-Wye

The Garden Room, Church Street, Hay-on-Wye, Powys

The Garden Room at The Swan at Hay is a classic dining room within a magnificent Georgian Building, benefiting from floor to ceiling windows overlooking a beautiful walled garden. With Solid English Oak Tables produced in Hay-on-Wye, an original oak... more

1812 Bar

Church Street, Hay-on-Wye

1812 Bar, Church Street, Hay-on-Wye, Powys

Set in The Swan at Hay, The 1812 Bar is named after the year the Hotel was built. A bar menu filled with local and seasonal produce is offered here from 12:30-2:30 and 6:30-9:30. Sunday lunch is available from 12-4 every week.... more

Market Bar

Church Street, Hay-on-Wye

Market Bar, Church Street, Hay-on-Wye, Powys

The Market Bar at The Swan at Hay is a relaxed informal setting which is dog friendly. Open from 11am every day until 11pm, we offer light bites and sandwiches throughout, with a lunch menu available 12-2:30 and dinner served from 6:30-9:30.... more

1861 Restaurant

Cross Ash, Abergavenny

1861 Restaurant, Cross Ash, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

Chef Simon King and front of house partner Kate wear their impeccable foodie credentials lightly at this refreshingly understated establishment. The couple have channelled their experiences working at some of the best restaurants in the country... more

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Bristol

Cadbury House, Frost Hill, Congresbury, Bristol

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Bristol, Cadbury House, Bristol

Set in the grounds of Doubletree by Hilton Cadbury House in Bristol with stunning countryside views, Marco Pierre White has created a superior steakhouse with a buzzy up-tempo atmosphere. It's a classy yet unpretentious affair. Tables are smartly... more

Willow Tree

3 Tower Lane, Off Tower Street, Taunton

Willow Tree, 3 Tower Lane, Taunton, Somerset

Darren Sherlock and Rita Rambellas’s two floor operation in a 17th century townhouse focuses on seasonal, local food. The modern British menu may include diver-caught scallops with caramelised, butternut squash and crisp pancetta or a clam chowder to... more

BRAZZ

Castle Bow, Taunton

BRAZZ, Castle Bow, Taunton, Somerset

This chic, eclectic restaurant, Bar, Cafe is open all day. From coffee to cocktails, pop in and catch up with friends. The extensive menu offers a feast of local produce from healthy (Kale salad with red onion, pearl couscous, chickpea, roasted... more

The Ethicurean

Barley Wood Walled Garden, Long Lane, Wrington, Bristol

The Ethicurean, Barley Wood Walled Garden, Bristol

This innovative restaurant, run by a young team who made there start by selling preserves at local farmers markets is set within a converted orangery in a Victorian walled garden in the Mendip Hills. The dining room is simple yet enchanting, like... more

The Stonemill

Rockfield, Monmouth

The Stonemill, Rockfield, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

Set in an oak timbered 16th-century cider mill complete with vaulted ceiling and mill stone still in situ, this atmospheric restaurant offers modern European cooking in an ancient setting. Bare brick walls and wooden tables and chairs complete the... more

Cwtch

22 High Street, St David's

Cwtch, 22 High Street, St David's, Pembrokeshire

You’ll find a relaxed, mixed crowd in this converted house in the Pembrokeshire coastal town of St Davids. Surfers in shorts and flip flops might find themselves sitting next to smartly dressed couples. Exposed stone and rough plaster lend their... more

The Somerset Dining Room at The Mount Somerset Hotel & Spa, Lower Henlade, Taunton, Somerset

The recently refurbished Mount Somerset Hotel, Spa and fine dining restaurant is situated in the most tranquil of locations, and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful views over the English countryside yet so easily accessible for the A358 and... more

Blagdon Manor Country House Hotel, Ashwater, Devon

Worn slate flagstones and heavy oak beams welcome guests in this 17th-century hotel and restaurant full of cosy nooks and crannies. Period charm seamlessly merges into modern elegance in the restaurant which includes a conservatory overlooking a... more

The Whitebrook

Whitebrook, Monmouth

The Whitebrook, Whitebrook, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

Settle in for a relaxing gastronomic experience at this restaurant with rooms. Nestled in five acres of grounds amid stunning Wye Valley scenery, this is the perfect spot to unwind and indulge in acclaimed chef Chris Harrod's inventive and seasonal... more

Bird in Hand

17 Weston Road, Long Ashton, Bristol

Bird in Hand, 17 Weston Road, Bristol

Situated in the rural setting of Long Ashton village close to the Ashton Court estate yet only three miles from Bristol's harbourside, this smartly refurbished pub retains a cosy local feeling with West country beers on tap and delicious bar snacks... more

Casamia

38 High Street, Westbury on Trym, Bristol

Casamia, 38 High Street, Bristol

Casamia started life in 1999 and was, for seven years, a family-run, 100-cover traditional Italian trattoria, before transforming into a chic, understated 40-cover modern Italian restaurant and receiving Bristol’s only Michelin Star. It’s fronted by... more

The Dundry Inn

Church Road, Dundry, Bristol

The Dundry Inn, Church Road, Bristol

This long established rustic village gastropub was given a makeover in 2011, breathing new life in to the building. Exposed stone walls, a real log fire and simple wooden tables and chairs add up to an unpretentious, inviting environment in which to... more

The Albion

Boyces Avenue, Clifton Village, Bristol

The Albion, Boyces Avenue, Bristol

This former 17th Century coaching inn had a makeover in 2005, with the result being a rather excellent 80-cover gastropub. The kitchen is headed up by former River Cafe and Anchor and Hope chef Clarke Oldfield, who is no stranger to fresh, simple and... more

Lido Restaurant

Oakfield Place, Clifton, Bristol

Lido Restaurant, Oakfield Place, Bristol

Bristol’s Victorian Lido’s mammoth refurbishment included the creation of Lido Bar and Restaurant – which is now situated in the old viewing gallery, complete with original features and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass windows. Chef Freddy Bird... more

Bravas

7 Cotham Hill, Bristol

Bravas, 7 Cotham Hill, Bristol

Set between a post office and a hardware store, this casual Spanish-inspired restaurant is a gastronomic oasis among Bristol's Cotham Hill shops. Young enterprising couple Imogen and Kieran Waite launched Bravas as a pop up event in their own home... more

Wilks Restaurant

1 Chandos Road, Redland, Bristol

Wilks Restaurant, 1 Chandos Road, Bristol


Wilks Restaurant With a CV that includes Michelin-stared restaurants like Aubergine with Gordon Ramsay and The Orrery with Chris Galvin, you might expect chef James Wilkins first restaurant to be a formal sort of affair, but not a... more

The Kensington Arms

35/37 Stanley Road, Redland, Bristol

The Kensington Arms, 35/37 Stanley Road, Bristol

Set in the heart of the Redland area of Bristol, this stylish gastropub sports first floor “supper rooms” available for private hire and an outdoor terrace in addition to the bar and handsome main dining area. Ex- Le Manoir chef Simon Bradley applies... more

Jamie's Italian, Bristol

87/89 Park Street, Bristol

Jamie's Italian, Bristol, 87/89 Park Street, Bristol

Set over four floors with plenty of exposed brickwork, bright-red banquette seating and purple chairs, this casual yet glamorous modern restaurant is as fresh and funky as its creator, tv chef Jamie Oliver. Yes, its part of a chain but the quality of... more

Greens Restaurant

25 Zetland Road, Bristol

Greens Restaurant, 25 Zetland Road, Bristol

Martin Laurentowicz and Nick Wallace worked in some of Edinburgh's best restaurants before heading south to run this established neighbourhood bistro. The decor is clean and simple with art work adding a splash of colour to white walls and bare wood... more

Bordeaux Quay

V-Shed Canons Way, Bristol

Bordeaux Quay, V-Shed Canons Way, Bristol

With a brasserie, bar, deli, bakery, and cookery school, Bordeaux Quay forms Bristol's gastronomic epicentre. The spacious high-ceilinged first floor dining room overlooking the harbour is the crowning glory of what is probably Britain's most... more

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