Rising stars

Rising stars

Casamia

Casamia, an unassuming family-run restaurant tucked away in a village near Bristol, is a one Michelin starred establishment well and truly on the rise, discovers Debra Waters.

Heaven sent

Heaven sent

Angels at your table

Debra Waters visits Archangel, a restaurant with rooms tucked away in the heart of the unassuming Somerset town of Frome, and finds it's heaven sent.

Country escapes

Country escapes

Boltholes in the great outdoors

If your boots were made for walking, pack your appetite and head out to these top hotel-restaurants in the country. As well as great food, you’ll be able to enjoy some of the country’s best trekking spots.

Romance: World

Romance: World

The world's most romantic restaurants

Dream about a date in paradise? Don't we all. For the ultimate tete a tete, take your amour to one of these romantic restaurants around the world, where the settings are as breathtaking as the food.

Wales

Wales

A star in the making

Debra Waters reviews Tyddyn Llan, a restaurant with rooms on the edge of Snowdonia National Park that’s gaining a reputation as one of the best places to eat in North Wales; praise bolstered by a Michelin star.

Wales

Wales

The inn thing

Eat, drink and sleep is the Felin Fach Griffin’s simple motto, but does this Welsh country inn excel on all three counts? Debra Waters finds out.

Wales

Wales

A Welsh idyll

A country hotel with a restaurant that follows the Slow Food Movement, and river views that could make a grown man cry; Gliffaes is a true haven, discovers Debra Waters.

Foodie hotels

Foodie hotels

The Daley Catch

delicious. took a road trip up to the Yorkshire Dales to visit the Wensleydale Heifer, a 17th century inn landlocked by stunning countryside that’s celebrated for its seafood (yes, seafood) restaurant.

Foodie hotels

Foodie hotels

County fare

We always warm to distinctive restaurants that befit our food-loving readers, so to discover one with a B&B that carries the food theme into the bedrooms is doubly agreeable. Read our Olive Branch and Beech House review.

Foodie hotels

Foodie hotels

Gorgeous George

Intrigued by the sumptuous food photography adorning the bedroom walls of this stylish inn, delicious. online reviewed The George in Shipston, in Shakespeare country, and found an affordable gem on the edge of the costly Cotswolds.

R&R, not R&B

R&R, not R&B

Rock and rolling hills

Sanctum Soho is touted as London’s self-styled rock and roll hotel. But what of its country cousin? Read our review of Sanctum on the Green in Berkshire.

Green hotel

Green hotel

It's so easy being green

‘The Greenest Hotel in the UK’ is quite a statement. But with its eco credentials and locally-sourced cuisine, The Green House will appeal to foodies who want to go – as well as eat – green.

Best veggie

Best veggie

Our favourite UK vegetarian restaurants

We sent a roving reporter with an appetite to find 10 of the best vegetarian restaurants in London and around the UK.

World's best

World's best

World's 50 best restaurants 2010

Here are the winners of the revered World's 50 best restaurants award. Unsurprisingly, these esteemed eateries are in demand – No.1, Noma, got 100,000 online booking enquiries within days of winning. Don't give up hope – get a table.

Celeb hangouts

Celeb hangouts

Dining with the Stars - the UK's 10 best restaurants for celebrity spotting

Everybody enjoys a meal out with friends, and celebrities are no exception! In fact, one of the easiest ways to spot your favourite stars in the flesh is to dine out at the same restaurants they frequent.

Best Italian

Best Italian

The best Italian restaurants

We could only pick a handful of Italian restaurants in the UK. From family-run trattorias to Michelin starred establishments, these are the perfect places to let your pasta and pannacotta passions run riot.

Little Chef

Return to... Little Chef Popham

Read our Little Chef review – given a Michelin-starred kick up the backside by one of the world's most revered chefs, Little Chef has now opened Popham-style restaurants in York and Kettering. But is the original model continuing to please its diners? Web editor, Debra Waters, did what her folks did for fun in the Seventies (no, not swinging), and took a trip to the Little Chef.

 

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