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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

Dylanwad Da

Dolgellau

Dylanwad Da, Dolgellau, Gwynedd

This cafe/bar and wine shop by day in the centre of the pretty market town of Dolgellau is transformed into a cosy, relaxed bistro by night. The simple blue and bisque decor and wooden tables and chairs provide the backdrop for the honest food... 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

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

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

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

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 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

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

Penhelig Arms Hotel

27 Terrace Road, Aberdovey

Penhelig Arms Hotel, 27 Terrace Road, Aberdovey, Gwynedd

With surprisingly few fish restaurants along the British coastline, it is a pleasure to come across this muted smart blue restaurant with views of the estuary, and with it a treasure trove of the riches of the sea to plunder. The changing menu – due... more

Tir a Môr

1/3 Mona Terrace, Criccieth

Tir a Môr, 1/3 Mona Terrace, Criccieth, Gwynedd

One of the main advantages of being located beside the sea is that you can ensure the seafood you offer your guests is of prime quality. That's certainly the case here where the menu includes mussels cooked with white wine, shallots, garlic and... more

Plas Bodegroes

Nefyn Road, Pwllheli

Plas Bodegroes, Nefyn Road, Pwllheli, Gwynedd

When there’s Barabrith and butter pudding with Welsh whisky ice cream on the menu, you know you’re in Wales - the beautiful Llyn peninsula in North West Wales to be exact. This picture postcard perfect Georgian manor house and gardens has been home... more

The White House

Holywell Road, Rhuallt, St Asaph

The White House, Holywell Road, St Asaph, Denbighshire

This substantial and recently renovated modern building that houses a bar, lounge restaurant and rooms is situated in a quiet North Wales village in the picturesque Vale of Clwyd. With its flagstone floors, oak beams and Welsh slate, this stylish... more

Monachyle Mhor

Balquihidder, Lochearnhead

Monachyle Mhor, Balquihidder, Lochearnhead, Perth & Kinross

Chef proprietor Tom Lewis is hot on seasonal, local produce and puts a 30 mile cordon on fish, meat and other produce that he can’t grow or pick himself. Sit in the conservatory overlooking lochs Viol and Doine where the daily changing menu mirrors... more

Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, Eastgate, Chester, Cheshire

Previously known as the Arkle, our Michelin Starred restaurant was revamped in September 2008 and renamed 'Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor' in honour of our highly respected Executive Chef. This gourmet restaurant has retained its much coveted... more

THE PIG - rooms & kitchen garden food

Beaulieu Road, Brockenhurst

THE PIG - rooms & kitchen garden food, Beaulieu Road, Brockenhurst, Hampshire

The Restaurant is overseen by Chef James Golding (ex Mark Hix – Ivy, Caprice, Sheeky’s and Soho House New York). James’s two key lieutenants won’t be his sous chefs but his forager and his kitchen gardener. This is an utterly genuine reinvented way... more

The George Inn

High Street, Robertsbridge

The George Inn, High Street, Robertsbridge, East Sussex

Winner of the 1066 Business of the Year 2010, The George Inn stands with pride in the historic village of Robertsbridge. This former 18th Century Coaching Inn is the perfect place to sample the best Sussex produce available. Provenance of ingredients... more

Belle House

Bridge Street, Pershore

Belle House, Bridge Street, Pershore, Worcestershire

The Belle House is a stylish modern restaurant located in an elegant period interior. Cream walls with oval mirrors are set off by honey coloured bare floor boards which, together with uncovered pale wood tables and wicker chairs, create a light and... more

Field & Fork

4 Guildhall Street, Chichester

Field & Fork, 4 Guildhall Street, Chichester, West Sussex

Roux brothers trained Sam and Janet Mahoney have moved their critically acclaimed restaurant into the self converted ground floor of a historic grade two listed Georgian Town house located within walking distance of Chichester Festival Theatre and... more

Bess's Brasserie

Fawsley Hall, Fawsley, Daventry

Bess's Brasserie, Fawsley Hall, Daventry, Northamptonshire

This 16th century Tudor manor house with Georgian and Victorian influences is home to two restaurants; the fine dining Equilibrium and this more relaxed option. Don’t worry, there’s no lack of luxury with linen covering the well spaced tables and... more

Sangster's

51 High Street, Elie

Sangster's, 51 High Street, Elie, Fife

Chef Bruce Sangster is an Olympian – of the culinary persuasion of course. Former captain of the Scottish Culinary Olympic team and a National Chef of the Year, there’s no lack of skill here. The modestly proportioned, comfortable dining room... more

The Lion Inn Winchcombe

North Street, Winchcombe

The Lion Inn Winchcombe, North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire

At The Lion Inn, you can enjoy delicious home-cooked, locally-sourced food and a great selection of beer, wine and spirits in a beautiful, relaxing environment that dates back to the 15th Century. The Lion is a place you can walk into on your own... more

Fischer's Baslow Hall

Calver Road, Baslow

Fischer's Baslow Hall, Calver Road, Baslow, Derbyshire


Fischer’s at Baslow Hall Expect gastronomic fireworks at this stone house restaurant with rooms from Head Chef Rupert Rowley and his highly-skilled team who are serious in both intent and execution. Now coming up to its 20th year,... more

Rothay Manor Fine Dining

Rothay Bridge, Ambleside

Rothay Manor Fine Dining, Rothay Bridge, Ambleside, Cumbria

The restaurant at Rohay Manor offers exceptional modern British cuisine, under the leadership of Head Chef Brandon Shepherd the kitchen team produce a imaginative, modern, seasonal menu, highligthing the very best of local Cumbrian produce. The... more

The Kingham Plough

The Green, Kingham, Chipping Norton

The Kingham Plough, The Green, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

In the gentile honey-stoned surroundings of the Cotswolds, this impressive three Rosette pub and hotel has earned a notable reputation for its quality food as much as its elegant countrified ambience. Chef/proprietor Emily Watkins (formerly sous chef... more

Rubens at the Palace

39 Buckingham Palace Road, London

Rubens at the Palace, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, London

The Old Master’s Restaurant is a buffet style carvery also famous for its huge breakfast selection. The Library Restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere in which to enjoy award winning English and international cuisine accompanied by the finest... more

The Fat Duck

High Street, Bray, Maidenhead

The Fat Duck, High Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire

The Fat Duck is Britain's most famous restaurant. Named one of the 50 best in the world, scientific chef Heston Blumenthal's outrageous sounding creations including snail porridge and sardine on toast ice cream have hit the headlines. Eating in the... more

Lumière

Clarence Parade, Cheltenham

Lumière, Clarence Parade, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

A contemporary dining room featuring a suave mix of cream and purple decor with white crockery and gleaming cutlery serves as the backdrop to the chef's modern British cuisine. Everyday British ingredients are spruced up and transformed into... more

The Swan Inn

The Street, Ipswich

The Swan Inn, The Street, Ipswich, Suffolk

Just 25 minutes from Bury St Edmonds, Colchester and Ipswich is the sleepy village of Monks Eleigh. And at the heart of this picturesque Tudor village is The Swan Inn, a thatched 14th century pub which takes its food seriously. The menu is seasonal,... more

Crab & Boar

Wantage Road (B4494), Newbury

Crab & Boar, Wantage Road (B4494), Newbury, Berkshire


Award wining cuisine at The Crab and Boar, Newbury Set in the heart of Berkshire countryside, The Crab & Boar is a lovely country pub with rooms offering British cuisine, free Wi-Fi and a large car park. The award-winning... more

The Coach & Horses

School lane, Danehill

The Coach & Horses, School lane, Danehill, East Sussex


The Coach and Horses A splendid maple tree overlooks an adult only sun terrace and attractive gardens provide wonderful views of the South Downs at this nineteenth-century country pub. As many ingredients as possible are sourced... more

The Restaurant at Macdonald Bear Hotel, Park Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire


The Restaurant at Macdonald Bear Hotel A former 13th century coaching inn is the historic setting for chef Matt Weedon's exceptional modern cooking. Start with the terrine of guinea fowl and smoked bacon with fig puree and toasted... more

Brian Maule at Le Chardon d'Or

176 West Regent Street, Glasgow

Brian Maule at Le Chardon d'Or, 176 West Regent Street, Glasgow, Glasgow City

The spacious converted townhouse is the main dining room at Le Chardon d’Or Restaurant. Tables display crisp fresh white linen, gleaming silverware and sparkling crystal glasses and the room is complemented with chic minimalist furnishings, offset by... more

The Glasshouse

14 Station Parade, London

The Glasshouse, 14 Station Parade, London, London

In the daytime, light floods into this modern, sophisticated restaurant through large windows lending it a bright and cheerful air. Prodigiously talented young chef Daniel Mertl is serving some of the best modern European cuisine in the capital, full... more

Castle House

Castle Street, Hereford

Castle House, Castle Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

Enjoy a pre-dinner drink on the terrace overlooking the gardens of this Georgian town house, close to Hereford cathedral. The bright, elegant and newly refurbished dining room features large, well spaced table dressed with linen and table skirts that... more

Soif

27 Battersea Rise, London

Soif, 27 Battersea Rise, London, London

Ed Wilson just might be the best chef you've never heard of. Having trained with the likes of the Galvin brothers, Wilson opened Terriors in Covent Garden back in 2009 and now heads up a group of four wine bar/restaurants including this simple... more

The Captains Galley

Seafood Restaurant, The, Scrabster

The Captains Galley, Seafood Restaurant, Scrabster, Highland

Welcome to the Captain’s Galley’ at the no-nonsense fishing harbour of Scrabster, gateway port to the north Atlantic and Scandinavia. Our ethical policy (copies available to read) details our commitment towards all aspects of fish conservation... more

Hotel du Vin & Bistro at One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow, Glasgow City

One Devonshire Gardens has long been one of Glasgow's best dining addresses. Now part of Hotel du Vin, this elegant oak paneled dining room offers a more refined experience than you'll find in the group's other more casual Bistros. The daily changing... more

Galvin La Chapelle

35 Spital Square, London

Galvin La Chapelle, 35 Spital Square, London, London

The third culinary gift to London from chefs Chris and Jeff Galvin, Galvin La Chapelle is set in a truly beautiful, awe-inspiring space; a Grade II listed former girl’s school with magnificent vaulted ceilings, arched windows, chandeliers and marble... more

Food by Breda Murphy

Abbots Court, 41 Station Road, Whalley, Clitheroe

Food by Breda Murphy, Abbots Court, Clitheroe, Lancashire

Food by Brenda Murphy is located in what looks like a domestic red bricked home close to the railway bridge and encompasses a deli, bistro and cookery school. The setting is very informal and intimate, and the food lovingly prepared demonstrating... more

The Conservatory Restaurant

Tufton Arms Hotel, Appleby-in-Westmorland

The Conservatory Restaurant, Tufton Arms Hotel, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria

Built up over 25 years of service the Tufton Arms is justly proud of it's longstanding reputation for running a noted restaurant in Appleby as well as a hotel. The style is to allow good food to do the talking, and when accompanied by an award... more

Blakes Restaurant

Hard Days Night Hotel, Central Buildings, North John Street, Liverpool

Blakes Restaurant, Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool, Merseyside

Blakes Restaurant is located in the Hard Day’s Night Hotel in the centre of Liverpool. The restaurant itself is light and airy with white walls, wooden floorboards and simple, uncovered dark wood tables giving a slick contemporary look to the dining... more

Da Polpo

6 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London

Da Polpo, 6 Maiden Lane, London, London

Restaurateur Russell Norman has taken cool London by storm with his group of ultra casual eateries inspired by the back street bacari wine bars of Venice that serve tapas-like chicheti. You could describe the style here as fashionably distressed with... more

HIX Mayfair

Brown's Hotel, Albemarle Street, London

HIX Mayfair, Brown's Hotel, London, London

This is acclaimed chef Mark Hix's most upmarket outlet, celebrating British food and art in the swanky surroundings of Brown's Hotel. The handsome wood-panelling and smart, colourful banquettes are complimented by a collection of works by leading... more

The Bluebell

93 High Street, Henley-in-Arden

The Bluebell, 93 High Street, Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire

The Bluebell is an award-winning gastropub situated in the mediaeval town of Henley–in–Arden. The interior decor reflects its 16th century origins as a coaching inn. Oak beams, flagstones and a log fire are complemented by contrasting touches of... more

The Pendennis Restaurant

The Royal Duchy Hotel, Cliff Road, Falmouth

The Pendennis Restaurant, The Royal Duchy Hotel, Falmouth, Cornwall

The 2 AA Rosette awarded Pendennis Restaurant boasts an enviable reputation as one of the finest restaurants in Falmouth. Choose from either the A La Carte or Table d'Hote menus, with all food freshly prepared to order, using the best locally sourced... more

Darroch Learg Hotel & Restaurant

Braemar Road, Ballater

Darroch Learg Hotel & Restaurant, Braemar Road, Ballater, Aberdeenshire

This family run Victorian country house hotel overlooks an area of outstanding natural beauty in Royal Deeside. There’s south facing views from the lovely conservatory restaurant (lit by candle light at night) where respected chef David Mutter raids... more

The Little Fish Market

10 Upper Market Street, Hove

The Little Fish Market, 10 Upper Market Street, Hove, East Sussex

This intimate 20 cover restaurant is run by former Fat Duck chef Duncan Ray who has also headed up the kitchens at the renowned Pennyhill Park Hotel. Tucked away on the corner of a side street just off Hove seafront and opposite the Old Market... more

The Pipe and Glass Inn

West End, South Dalton, Beverley

The Pipe and Glass Inn, West End, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire

Since taking over this 15th century rural pub in 2006, ex-The Star Inn at Harome chef James MacKenzie and wife Kate have been showered with accolades including restaurant and dining pub of the year awards. A very traditional oak beamed bar area gives... more

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