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Where to eat & drink in England

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Where to eat and drink in England

Looking for some fantastic dining out opportunities in England? Our handy eating and drinking guide divulges the best bars, restaurants, pubs and cafés to visit during your stay.

Recline on a harbour wall in the glorious sunshine while you tuck into a hearty portion of fish and chips. Put your feet up and relax with a pint in front of a roaring log fire after a hard days walking. Enjoy an afternoon tea complete with scones served on patterned china and teapots full of beautifully blended tea. Savour a succulent roast dinner complimented by seasonal vegetables, flavourful gravy and rich Yorkshire puddings. If you are looking for traditional English fare, there are plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants in England that can provide such offerings.

Such quaint places to eat in England will always have an authentic charm, but for those looking for something a bit different, there are numerous modern and trendsetting establishments dispersed in towns and cities around the country. Quirky coffee shops providing fusion cuisine and impeccable coffee, Michelin starred restaurants offering interesting and pioneering menus in beautiful settings, popular craft beer bars serving their own refreshing micro-brews in original surroundings, as well as a rise in gastro pubs in England, all providing top-notch food in a relaxing setting.

The country is the perfect blend of new and old, modern and retro, classic and innovative. Meaning that everyone will be able to find the perfect spot to eat in one of the many restaurants, bars and cafes in England.

  • Bakewell Pudding Shop

    Bakewell prides itself on being the home of the Pudding, so there’s no better place to sample this delicious dessert. The Bakewell Pudding Shop freshly bakes all of their products using traditional recipes and promises you won’t find a better Pudding anywhere else.

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  • Biddenden Ortega

    Biddenden Vineyards

    Eleven varieties of grapes are grown across 23 acres, producing award-winning still and sparkling English wines. Visitors are welcome at the vineyard year-round and the vineyard shop offers tastings of Biddenden’s wines, ciders & juices as well as stocking a wide selection of locally produced food & drink.

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  • Rick Stein’s Fish

    Famed for its irresistible fish and chips and amazing views of the gorgeous Cornish coast, Rick Stein’s Fish Restaurant is an essential destination stop in Falmouth.

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  • The Cotswolds Distillery

    With an emphasis on producing high-quality results, The Cotswolds Distillery carefully creates award-winning and flavoursome single malt whisky, gins and liqueurs. Take a tour and discover the process behind such an in-depth and flawless journey of creation.

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  • The Earl Grey Tea House

    Home of the ever-popular Earl Grey tea and now serving a wealth of mouth-watering hot beverages and light bites to keep you ticking whilst you’re exploring the Northumberland Coast. An astoundingly beautiful building rich with history, character and charm.

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  • The Quay

    Facing the beautiful Ilfracombe Harbour, The Quay’s stylish décor, warm service and attention to quality ingredients has visitors flocking back. The menu has many classic British and European dishes, with a special focus on seafood. There is a charming harbourside room, where guests can relax with a drink and admire the stunning seaside views.

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