Food & Eating Out

The famous Stinking Bishop is made in Dymock, GloucestershireThe Forest of Dean, Wye Valley, and the Malverns are primary producers of top quality food and drink. Everything from cider, wine, beer and cheeses, Gloucester old spot bacon and smoked Severn salmon, to organic juices and vegetables. Many of our food producers have onsite shops, and produce can be found at regular Farmers’ Markets and other outlets throughout the area.

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Kilcot Inn
The Kilcot Inn where Gloucestershire meets Herefordshire - a traditional pub offering locally sourced, seasonal food, a wide range of ales and ciders, and a well thought out wine list focusing on quality and value.
Pub / RestaurantNewent
Misbah Tandoori Restaurant
Awarded Top 100 Restaurant UK Good Curry Guide. Large function room. Quality meals and excellent service. 10% Discount on take-away meals.
Restaurant Monmouth
Moody Cow Upton BishopMoody Cow Country Pub and Dining
Welcome to the Moody Cow. At the Moody Cow we have created the perfect place to relax and enjoy superb food, drinks and hospitality in a delightful village setting. Children, dogs and muddy boots are welcome.
Pub / RestaurantRoss-on-Wye
Mill Race Ross-on-WyeThe Mill Race
Great food, local ales & ciders, affordable wines in a relaxed local pub atmosphere. We source local produce from the best suppliers to provide our customers with simple, well cooked, great tasting food. UK Food Pub of the Year 2009.
Pub / RestaurantRoss-on-Wye
Miners Arms ParkendThe Miners Arms
Multi-award winning family owned free house pub and restaurant. The Miners Arms is a friendly, welcoming pub established where locals eat, drink enjoy regular live entertainment. It is also one of those places that tourists are delighted to discover and come back time and time again.
Pub / Restaurant Parkend
Saracens Head InnSaracens Head Inn
16th Century riverside Inn offering a variety of high quality food and real ales.
Pub / Restaurant Symonds Yat
Scrumpy HouseScrumpy House Restaurant
Whether you are looking for a delicious meal or simply a quiet drink, you will find it at Westons Scrumpy House. The charming dining area, which was once a cowshed in the original cattle yard, is full of original features and character and offers casual dining in a relaxed setting.
Restaurant Much Marcle
Wharf HouseThe Wharf House
The Wharf House brings together a fine blend of setting and dining, now with a terrace for that al fresco touch! Excellent cuisine created with flair and imagination whilst using the best local produce is complemented by an inviting list of fine wines.
Restaurant Gloucester
The Yew Tree Cliffords MesneYew Tree Inn
Set in a glorious rural setting on the slopes of Mayhill, formerly a cider house, it retains many of the old features and great atmosphere. Food plays a big part at The Yew Tree with the emphasis on home cooked, local seasonal produce.
Pub / Restaurant Newent
Old Dairy TearoomThe Old Dairy Tearoom
Speciality teas and coffee, home made cakes and cream teas. Lunch specials and light bites incl. homemade soups. Champions of local food producers & suppliers. Roast Sunday lunch - bookings only. 1st floor function room available to hire.
Cafe / TearoomLonghope
Three Choirs VineyardThree Choirs Vineyard Restaurant
The restaurant is set on a ridge overlooking the 75 acre vineyard. All dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients and where possible local produce is used. Service is relaxed to enable you to enjoy the beautiful setting.
RestaurantNewent
Three Shires3 Shires Garden Centre
The Gallery Restaurant and Carvery, and Plantation Café, offers daily - breakfast, morning coffee, light lunches, lunch specials, Carvery, afternoon tea, and cakes. Peaceful lakeside setting, with outdoor and indoor children’s play areas. Children’s meals and lunchboxes available.
Cafe / TearoomNewent
Wilton Court RestaurantWilton Court Restaurant
Awarded two rosettes since 2005. Finalist in the Flavours of Herefordshire Awards since 2003 and winners in the restaurant category in 2009. Silver Winners in the Heart of England Excellence in Tourism Awards in the Taste of the Heart and Restaurant with rooms categories 2009 and 2010.
Cafe / TearoomRoss-on-Wye
Stone Mill MonmouthThe Stone Mill Restaurant
The beautiful 16C barn offers a unique dining experience. Capture local flavour with a mouth watering menu prepared using the best fresh locally sourced produce. Recently listed in the Michelin Guide. AA 2 Rosettes Award.
RestaurantMonmouth
Bell at SkenfrithThe Bell at Skenfrith
17th century coaching inn overlooking the river - Exceptional restaurant & bar - Taste of Wales Award - AA 2 Rosettes Children's menu served up to 6.30pm. Children over 8 welcome in the restaurant during the evening.
RestaurantGrosmont
Old Station TinternOld Station Tea Room
River side meadows, picnic area, wooded walks, the site offers something for everyone. Tea room, historical railway exhibition, children's activities, play area, circle of legends wooden stautues, gift shop and tourist information.
Cafe / TearoomTintern
Black Dog NewentThe Black Dog
A popular pub serving reasonably priced home cooked food made with local ingredients. Andy and Jo took over the pub in October 2012 and already it is a great favourite. Historic, Grade 2 listed building with two ghosts; one is a lady and the other is a Cavalier. Tribute ale is always available but the other beers vary from week to week so you can always try something new. Two meals for £5 on Friday nights.
Pub / Restaurant Newent