The Best Cotswolds Restaurants
Conde Nast, the luxury travel magazine, has compiled a list of the best places to eat in the Cotswolds Restaurants. From country pubs to Michelin star restaurants, there is something for every resident and visitor of the best restaurants in the Cotswolds.
The Wild Rabbit in Kingham – A beautiful and homely pub that supports British farmers and artisan producers. An award-winning Holiday Cottage kitchen that uses seasonal ingredients.
Purslane in Cheltenham – Purslane is a small, independent family-run restaurant in the heart of Cheltenham which specializes in the freshest, sustainably caught seafood from British waters combined with the best local, seasonal produce the Cotswolds restaurants have to offer.
Porch House in Stow on the Wold – Porch House is the oldest Pub in England, founded in 947 AD. A beautifully decorated and cosy pub with a great menu.
The Kingham Plough, in Chipping Norton – Unpretentious local food by an ex-Fat Duck chef who knows her onions
The Lamb Inn in Burford – Escape the fast pace of everyday life with a visit to The Lamb Inn. Located along a peaceful side street in the historic market town of Burford, seize the opportunity to sink into a relaxing ambiance of pure bliss.
The Wheatsheaf Inn, in Northleach – The 17th-century coaching inn is more than just Cotswolds Restaurants, pub with rooms. Think roaring fires in winter, beautiful gardens in summer, and delicious seasonal fare that showcases the very best of the British countryside.
The Daffodil, Cheltenham – Dramatic, art Deco brasserie/bar over 2 floors with a seasonal British menu and live jazz band.
Conservatory at Calcot Manor, in Tetbury – Conservatory restaurant in Gloucestershire has been designed with relaxation, mind, flooded with natural daylight from big windows with breathtaking views of the surrounding grounds and our conservatory ceiling which means you can always be making the most of the sunshine.
The Five Alls in Filkins – Classic Cotswold Inn serves country classics with an Italian twist
Lords of the Manor, in Upper Slaughter – An established culinary destination and a much sought-after fine dining Cotswolds Restaurants. Lords of the Manor combine excellent service and decadent dishes to deliver a truly special dining experience.
Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham – Amusing French name (it means wild mushroom), bland brown-toned dining room, two Michelin star this place should be suffocating, but it’s anything but because the food is brilliant.
Wild Garlic, Nailsworth – A good Cotswolds restaurants not only serves good food, but it also makes the world a better place (The Guardian – Jay Rayner)