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Booked 6 times today
Located in the heart of Hereford, COTTO is an Italian restaurant and cocktail bar offering contemporary dining in a relaxed and vibrant setting. Our food comes from the vast larder of authentic Italian cooking with an added modern twist. We really love what we do, mixing good honest cooking with great service. COTTO is all about quality, provenance and fun – and bringing tasty food to your plate.You can watch chef’s in action at the open-kitchen bar or simply enjoy fine dining in the atmospheric depths of COTTO’s interior.COTTO’s cocktail bar also brings the excitement and flamboyance of Naples to Hereford, with an expertly curated selection of Neopolitan classics, along with some old friends
Booked 11 times today
Sustainable, authentic and historic country inn and restaurant, set in rural Herefordshire Our pub & restaurant aims to showcase the best of Herefordshire food and drink in a unique and environmentally conscious way, supplemented by our own extensive kitchen gardens and foraged from the land surrounding our inn.Relax and unwind in our cosy bar next to our burning log burners or retire to one of our unique boutique rooms or quirky garden lodges. Enjoy a winter walk along the picturesque River Lugg valley followed by an evening experiencing a true taste of local food and drink, grown, prepared and served by our passionate and friendly team who work hard to make your visit unforgettable.Winner of Pub & Bar Awards West Midlands Best Pub and National Chef of The Year Andy Link
££££Price: Very Expensive
• Contemporary British • Hereford
The award winning Carriages restaurant is uniquely located within the allpay ltd campus in Whitestone Business Park, Hereford, and has been described as "City chic in rural Hereford". Carriages was inspired by founder Tony Killeen's passion for trains and the quirky setting of the restaurant, which overlooks the old Whitestone railway station.You can enjoy views of the rolling hills from the floor to ceiling windows in the top floor restaurant; dine inside or alfresco, on the spacious balcony, or walk the landscaped grounds surrounding the Four Seasons lake - which transforms into a maze of secret gardens, impressively lit up at night. Carriages is open Friday and Saturday evenings.For bookings over 6 and/or to book our free mini bus service, for use after dining, please call 01432 852303 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgDue to the nature of the restaurant, any children dining must be over 12 years old and accompanied by an adult.Dress code is strictly Smart Casual.
• Gastro Pub • Upper Sapey
Booked 13 times today
Award winning food in a relaxed but stylish rural environment. Fresh seasonal local ingredients are the focus in the dining room, with snacks and sandwiches available at lunchtimes
Booked 9 times today
Overlooking the historic Ludford bridge, just a few minutes walk from the town centre of Ludlow, the Charlton Arms is the epitome of a charming Pub. The kitchen, headed up by Krizstian Balogh, focusses on great British food and features a wealth of local produce. Fantastic pub classics feature strongly alongside accomplished dishes. Real Ales and local Ciders sit proudly amidst the eclectic selection of wines to suit every budget. To make the most of a visit to the Charlton, there are nine comfortable en-suite bedrooms. The breakfast menu, from Clun Valley Eggs, locally cured bacon and Ludlows' famed sausages to the finest smoked salmon has something for everyone. Independently run by Cedric and Amy Bosi, a warm welcome is guaranteed. Children are welcome and are provided with a children's menu. For the dog lovers amongst you, well behaved dogs are allowed in, and with the beautiful walks around Ludlow and its Whitcliffe Common, muddy boots are always a feature of the pub!
Booked 3 times today
Using Fresh and Locally sourced ingredients, The Church inn provides a menu of down to earth pub classics, perfect for snacking on with drinks or enjoying a hearty meal amongst friends.Nourishing pies and traditional British desserts are served alongside an extensive selection of wines, beers and Ales for lunch an dinner.A menu express is available from Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner.
The Bateman Arms was built c.1750 by Sir James Bateman (Lord Mayor Of London) as a building where his Estate workers would collect on pay day. Over the years it became a staging post for weary Drovers to refresh themselves as they walked livestock from West Wales to markets in Birmingham and London.Today, Abbi Court and her team provide a warm welcome to both locals and the many business and leisure visitors who travel to the Marches throughout the year. With the rural splendour of Herefordshire, Shropshire, and Mid Wales on the doorstep, there's plenty to discover!
Booked 32 times today
The Swan at Whittington near Worcester is locally known as 'The Pub with Food' due to the exciting & varied menus. The dishes have a modern British influence with a feel good factor that's guaranteed to delight the diner so you are assured of a comfortable and fresh dining experience.
Booked 1 time today
La Madeleine has been run by a family team since October 2016.Ed Pitts one of the owners and Head Chef was delighted to take on such an amazing venue; “Ever since I’ve been cooking I’ve dreamed about running my own place, so to get that opportunity with La Madeleine is everything I could have wanted; we put the emphasis firmly on great food and drink, served by friendly passionate staff” French cuisine is the starting point for the menu, whether breakfast, lunch or supper but it is a fluid style and borrows influences from many other parts of the world to create a vibrant modern menu. Summer is when La Madeleine really comes into its own as the garden is an oasis, where you can forget that you are in the heart of the city; Whether that’s in the daytime with breakfast, lunch or with a slice of delicious homemade cake; or by taking advantage of the warm summer nights and dining al fresco by candlelight.