Gloucestershire is home to a wide variety of high-quality restaurants and has tastes to suit every diner. Whether you are after a great Sunday lunch in a picturesque country pub, a slice of cake in a traditional café, or exotic dishes from around the world, you will be spoilt for choice in Gloucestershire. Here are a few favourite places to eat in the county…
Abbey Tea Rooms, Tewkesbury – Situated a stones throw from the beautiful Tewkesbury Abbey, the Abbey tea rooms was built in the 15th century and is unmissable – due to the suit of armour standing outside the door! This historical building was once owned by Lucile Moore, the wife of the famous conservationist and author John Moore. Once inside the building you will be greeted by nostalgic décor and fantastic food. Whether you fancy a cream tea or a hearty dinner, you certainly won’t be disappointed here!
The Gloucester Old Spot, Coombe Hill – This perfect country pub is situated at Coombe Hill between Cheltenham and Tewkesbury. The perfect place to enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch, and near to the Coombe Hill nature reserve, so you can enjoy a walk in the countryside before your feast, and you are welcome to bring your four-legged friend along as the pub is dog friendly. Local ingredients and real ales make this the perfect place to relax on a weekend!
KIBOUsushi, Cheltenham – For a real taste of the best of Japanese cuisine, head to KIBOUsushi. Priding itself on winning many awards for the excellent food, including Japanese restaurant of the year (Lux magazine bar and restaurant awards) and UK Japanese restaurant of the year (English Asian food awards) you can see why this is such a popular place! Whether you are new to the world of Japanese food or not, you will find plenty to tempt your tastebuds. A variety platter is a great way to taste a range of different types of sushi, and the friendly and welcoming atmosphere will have you wanting to make a return visit!