A taste of Gloucestershire – and the world!
Fine dining, independents and ethnic cuisine means you’ll never go hungry.
Primarily a steak house, Café René prides itself on expertly-grilled prime cuts of steak along with providing traditional English food. To cater to all of your dietary requirements, it also offers gluten-free menu options.
Farmers Boy Inn
Farmers Boy Inn’s Head Chef Richard and his team work tirelessly to source the highest quality local produce, blended seamlessly with their passion for providing an excellent meal every time you visit.
Gloucester Studio is a rustic retreat of a hidden restaurant. Seated around a crackling fire, guests snuggle into reindeer skins, dine from wooden plates and hand-made cups, and are immersed in the experience.
Koloshi is known for its regional subcontinent cooking, combining high-quality fresh products with sophisticated flavours to create refined Indian dishes. With ample car parking and large beer garden, it’s perfect for the summer.
Le Champignon Sauvage
Le Champignon Sauvage is the perfect place to relax. David Everitt-Matthias and his wife Helen have been running the restaurant since 1987, in that time they have been quietly amassing a range of accolades.
Lumière is a 3AA Rosette award-winning dining experience offering contemporary menus which are unique in using the very best in British, seasonal produce and drawing inspiration from the wonderful produce that is available.
Prithvi, “Earth or Mother Earth, in the ancient Sanskrit”, where mouth-watering food and an attention to detail is second to none. Everything created in the kitchen is sublime, with the aim to enhance and elevate the Indian classics.
Purslane is a restaurant in the heart of Cheltenham which specialises in the freshest, sustainably-caught seafood from British waters combined with the best local, seasonal produce the Cotswolds has to offer.
Tarbosh brings Middle Eastern flavours to the centre of Gloucester. Coffee, shisha, tarbosh chicken wrap and baklava are among the Turkish delights while richly-coloured lighting and fabrics add to the exotic atmosphere.
The Bell at Sapperton
The Bell is a charming pub and restaurant that can be found in a sleepy little village called Sapperton, which is famous for its long canal tunnel and association with the 20th century Arts and Crafts Movement.
The Conservatory at Calcot Manor
The Conservatory restaurant offers stunning views of the Cotswold countryside from all around. You will find a delicious menu filled with a selection of seasonal and locally-sourced produce and a carefully-selected wine list.
Located in Cheltenham, The Daffodil is a hidden gem, tucked inside a beautiful 1920s cinema. The restaurant pride themselves on three things; an impeccable service, the iconic venue, and delicious unique food.
The Five Alls
The Five Alls is set in the picturesque village of Filkins. Head chef, Sebastian Snow, pays great attention to meticulously sourcing high quality seasonal ingredients from a variety of Cotswolds’ artisan producers.
The Kingham Plough
Since opening The Kingham Plough in 2007, chef proprietor Emily Watkins and her husband have followed their ethos that provenance is the key to great food and they continue to source only the best local ingredients.
The Moody Cow
The Moody Cow is the perfect place to relax and enjoy superb food, drinks, and hospitality in the pretty village of Upton Bishop. The menu changes on a daily basis, and we cook using only the best quality local ingredients.
The Old Passage
The Old Passage’s Head Chef, Jon Lane, is passionate about food and believes that using the freshest fish and seafood available he should enhance not hide the flavours. The menu is simple, using sustainably-sourced fish.
The Plough Inn
Sitting in the hamlet of Ford, this popular 16th-century inn is renowned for its excellent menu, serving fresh local produce and fine Donnington ales. The Plough inn provides fresh, locally-sourced produce.
The Potting Shed at Dormy House
Long, lazy lunches, a pie and a pint, or a full-on dinner in a relaxed, easy-going environment – the Potting Shed is your restaurant for proper, faff-free seasonal food, freshly prepared in the Dormy kitchen.
The Swan at Southrop
The Swan at Southrop is set in a 17th century pub in the village of Southrop. Visit for a truly delicious seasonal menu that celebrates the ingredients and flavours of the area’s British and Norman heritage.
The White Spoon
The White Spoon offers its customers an alternative to traditional fine dining by delivering expertly-cooked and exquisitely-presented dishes, with attentive service in an unpretentious and relaxed environment.
The Wild Rabbit
The Wild Rabbit supports British farmers and artisan producers. The award-winning kitchen uses the finest seasonal ingredients to create dishes that celebrate traditional British cooking with a contemporary twist.
Well Walk Tea Room
Well Walk Tea Room is a family-run tea room in the heart of Regency Cheltenham, the cultural centre of the Cotswolds. The tea room proudly holds the prestigious title of the oldest continuous shop in Cheltenham.
Chef patron Matthew Beardshall chooses the very best produce and creates mouth watering, seasonal menus using his 20 years experience as a chef. Matthew’s bistro menu features plenty of tasty ‘small plates’ to share.