Local Food and Drink 2016-12-15T11:01:06+00:00

Local Food & Drink

The Cotswolds boast of many great places to eat and drink, and listing all of them would be impossible. Below is a small selection of local Pubs, Restaurants, and Cafes that we highly recommend…

The Chef’s Dozen
Fine Dining – Chipping Campden

The Chef’s Dozen work closely with a small core of quality producers who are dedicated to their amazing produce. The hills surrounding the town of Chipping Campden and the fantastic produce found within them virtually write their menu for them

Wild foods are a particular passion and game is often ‘shot to order’ by local gamekeeper friends from the surrounding hills and estates (1 mile), as well as from the exceptional David Moore game butchers just down the hill Mickleton (3 miles). Vegetables are from an excellent local market gardener Marcus…Read more

The Lygon Arms Chipping Campden Restaurant Exterior

The Lygon Arms
Restaurant – Chipping Campden

Originally a 16th Century Cotswold coaching inn. There are two separate dining areas: the Lounge Bar and Dining Room, and there is also outside seating in the cobbled courtyard during summer.

Their British style menu is designed to reflect the abundance of local food producers. The lamb and beef offered on the menu are from their own farm, complemented by vegetables from the famous Vale of Evesham and from the Cotswold Hills. Throughout the year special menus are designed to celebrate a new season food from local suppliers…Read more

Toke’s
Deli, Food & Wine – Chipping Campden

Toke’s sell the highest quality cheese and wine and other fine food ingredients at sensible prices. They provide fresh produce, local pre-cooked meals, deli, wine and cheese galore.

Sourced from some of the finest food in Britain and Europe: Ready meals from The Cotswold Traiteur, antipasti and cured meats…Read more

The Ebrington Arms
Pub & Restaurant – Ebrington

A traditional country pub serving award winning ales. The true heart of the village. Foodies flock from far and wide to sample the fare of their award winning kitchen.

A traditional 17th Century Cotswold inn that radiates charm and character with quaint yet stylish decor, open log fires, Cotswold stone walls and a warm welcome from the owners and locals…Read more

Huxleys
Cafe & Restaurant – Chipping Campden

Located on the high street in Chipping Campden and open seven days a week, Huxleys is a café and bar with an excellent wine list, coffee selection and antipasti menu.

Why not catch up over a coffee, enjoy a light bite for lunch, while away the afternoon with a bottle of wine or join us for pre-dinner drinks in the evening?…Read more

The Howard Arms
Restaurant – Ilmington

The Howard Arms is a cosy Cotswolds pub and restaurant overlooking Ilmington’s peaceful village green. Eat from the scrumptious menu created by their award-winning chef and drink from their broad selection of ales, beers and wines; snuggle up by the log fire in their flag-stoned bar or choose a table in the elegant restaurant or garden. Newly renovated, it has a warm, easy-going atmosphere, glowing with personality…Read more

Russell’s
Restaurant – Broadway

Russell’s is one of the most relaxing places to eat and stay in the UK. Owned and run by the same family headed by Andrew Riley, this award-winning Cotswolds restaurant and hotel, the former showroom of Sir Gordon Russell’s furniture, is the perfect place to visit and enjoy the glorious English countryside.

Head Chef, Neil Clarke serves modern British food in the award-winning restaurant, with local Vale of Evesham and Cotswold produce featuring throughout the daily-changing menus.

The modern, airy dining room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with friendly staff and laid-back service combining to create a relaxed and warm setting, day and night…Read more

Dormy House
Restaurant – Broadway

In The Garden Room restaurant they have set out to prove that fine dining doesn’t have to be too fussy or too formal. Instead, expect a menu that cleverly reworks country classics for a more modern palate and an atmosphere that’s both relaxed and attentive. A wall-to-ceiling glass window floods The Garden Room with light, allowing outdoor dining in summer and providing a cosy retreat in winter. The menu also reflects the changing seasons by making the most out of local ingredients when they are at their very best.

The Potting Shed restaurant is just about as relaxed as great grub can get. Set around a large oak bar, it’s the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day or enjoy a lazy Sunday brunch. The menu champions the best of British cooking and it doesn’t get more unpretentious than this!…Read more

The Volunteer Inn / Maharaja Indian
Restaurant – Chipping Campden

A wonderful culinary experience of Pan Asian cuisine awaits you at the Maharaja Restaurant, a jewel in the Cotswold’s. Located at the Volunteer Inn, a 17th-century pub within Chipping Campden, the Maharaja serves fabulous Indian food, quality wines and real ales.

The Maharaja’s menu contains mainly traditional firm favourites, but additionally, there are some new and exciting dishes that can be created especially for you by the chef. All dishes prepared at Maharaja restaurant have a fine regard for remaining true to the methods and tastes of their origin, using only the finest ingredients and authentic spices…Read more