Le Champignon Sauvage, 24-26 Suﬀolk Road, Cheltenham
A two Michelin starred restaurant with a reputation for their original approach to serving fine cuisine. Hence, no cell phones in the Dining Room. Whoopee! Two-Three set courses for lunch and dinner. The husband and wife team of David and Helen Everett-Matthias have maintained a reputation the envy of their peers for some 29 years. It has been accoladed as one of the top 10 foodie destinations in Britain.
Open Tu-Sa (orders taken) 12.10-1.15, 7.30-8.30.
Curry Corner, 133 Fairview Road, Cheltenham
If you enjoy Indian cuisine best stop here for some nourishment and hospitality. The Krori family have been delighting their customers for nigh on 40 years. Takeaways, too.
Open Tu-Su 5.30-10.30.
5 North Street, Winchcombe
Has gained a healthy respect from fellow restaurateurs in the Cotswolds. You have a small, and well-run restaurant with low-beamed ceiling in a quaint C17 building providing a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Russell’s, 20 High Street, Broadway
This has gained quite a reputation, as a great place to eat in the North Cotswolds. So, feast on their food, then settle into one of their contemporary, comfy bedrooms with all the latest mod cons, and indulge yourselves. Fish and chip shop, behind.
The Old Butchers, Park Street, Stow-On-The-Wold
This is a family-run business (Peter and Louise Robinson) that has kept Cotswold folk who adore seafood and a carnivorous feast accompanied by fine wines, in the pink, and happy for many years. Open all week for lunch and dinner.
Wesley House, High Street, Winchcombe
Deserved reputation for excellent food. Locals travel miles to this gastronomic fest, and no wonder. Now, with a chic, new wine bar for the local lovelies. Five bedrooms.
William’s Food Hall & Oyster Bar, 3 Fountain Street, Nailsworth
In need of a lunch time sandwich, or seafood (delivery Thursdays) to take home and bake. This deli has been spoiling the locals for so long they have probably forgotten how lucky they are to have it. Restaurant opens for breakfast, coﬀee and lunch.
Woods, 9-13 Alfred Street, Bath
Woods is owned, and has been run by an Anglo-French couple, and their children for 36-years. The Gallic in this paring shines through in the design of the place, from the wicker chairs outside the front of the restaurant, to the paraphernalia on the walls inside. Menus offer a range of gourmet European dishes with hospitality to match. Bon Appetite!