Enjoy an authentic taste of Italy at this family-run restaurant, deli and wine shop.
Number Eight is confirming its reputation as one of the region’s most exciting up-and-coming dining spots.
The offer at Robin Wylde is simple: a multi‑course tasting menu which provides a snapshot of each micro‑season of Lyme’s coast and countryside.
Robun opened on George Street in July 2021 and quickly made a name for itself as one of the city’s most exciting dining spots.
This stylish riverside retreat creates a refreshingly modern vibe in Christchurch.
This edge‑of‑Dartmoor country house hotel not only enjoys spectacular views across the Tamar Valley towards Bodmin Moor, it also deals in beautiful and inspiring food.
Straddling the Dorset-Somerset border, this pub has a longstanding reputation for its use of homegrown ingredients
The Barley Sheaf has built a cracking reputation for well-executed dishes which perfectly reflect the surrounding seascape and countryside.
Nathan Outlaw’s eponymous restaurant in Port Isaac is in the midst of a new era in which precise and delicate tasting menus have been replaced by a more casual dining experience.
On balmy summer evenings in Bristol, few restaurants can compete with Harbour House’s waterside location.
Boringdon Hall may be steeped in history but it’s also the home of contemporary dining, thanks to Scott Paton’s Michelin-starred restaurant Àclèaf.
This charming 17th‑century inn in the rural Devon village of Doddiscombsleigh enjoys a solid reputation for excellent wining and dining.
Discover bistro chic in Bath at this restaurant and adjoining bottle shop.
Those who hanker after salty sea air and ocean views as an accompaniment to their gourmet encounters would be hard pressed to find many locations that deliver the goods as well as Porthminster Beach Cafe.
Gourmet gadabouts looking to spend a foodie weekend in Bath should book a room at The Queensberry Hotel and dine in its basement restaurant, The Olive Tree.
This smart resort, which overlooks the azure waters of Gylly Beach, is an oasis of subtropical splendour in the foodie hub of Falmouth.
A must-visit for convivial dining in the heart of Bath.
‘Refined comfort food’ is how Alasdair Clifford describes his style of cooking at this contemporary country pub near Ilminster.