Bath and the Cotswolds Restaurants

Good restaurants dot the region, thanks to a steady flow of fine chefs seeking to cater to wealthy locals and waves of demanding visitors. The country's food revolution is in full evidence here. Restaurants have never had a problem with a fresh food supply: excellent regional produce, salmon from the rivers Severn and Wye, local lamb and pork, venison from the Forest of Dean, and pheasant, partridge, quail, and grouse in season. Also look for Gloucestershire Old Spot pork, bacon (try a delicious Old Spot bacon sandwich), and sausage on area menus.

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  • 1. Eight Bells

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    Close to St. James Church, this traditional tavern has low beams, a flagstone floor, and a small courtyard. The long menu includes daily specials...Read More

  • 2. The Plough Inn

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    A few minutes' drive from Bourton in a quiet hamlet, the Plough occupies an old, restored 17th-century inn. Flagstones, original beams, a fireplace...Read More

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