Top Foodie Destinations in the UK

Do you have a foodie hotspot near you? The UK has come a long way over the past few years in the food stakes. We’ve listed some of the best foodie destinations of the moment.

Cornwall

Renowned TV chef Rick Stein runs several places in Padstow, including his most famous venture, the Seafood Restaurant. A must-visit destination for any serious foodie. Relax, take in the scenery and enjoy some seafood.

Bray, Berkshire

In this pretty Thames-side town you’ll find two of the four British restaurants to hold three Michelin stars, the Waterside Inn and the Fat Duck.

Edinburgh

The Scottish capital is full of treats for foodie fans with many eateries awarded Michelin stars. Timberyard is one to watch, focusing on local produce and foraged ingredients.

Richmond, North Yorkshire

Shoppers seeking fresh produce from local farmers are spoilt for choice. There is a market held indoors each day, a Saturday market held outside in the main market square and a farmers market once a month.

Borough Market London

A foodie’s paradise. Probably London’s most renowned food market and the reputation is well deserved. You’ll find everything from fresh produce, cheeses to international cuisine. Also check out Monmouth coffee on your way out. It’s worth it wait!

Brighton

Everyone loves a trip to the seaside – now you can pair that with an indie foodie tour! Brighton has come a long way over the past few years and now boasts a wide range of independent restaurants and food stalls offering international and traditional British cuisine.

Cartmel, Lake District

Famous for Simon Rogan’s L’Enclume, named the UK’s ‘best restaurant” in the 2014 Good Food Guide. Rogan also runs The Pig and Whistle, located nearby, which is very well rated for “pub grub”.

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