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7 Best Holiday Destinations for Food-Lovers In The UK

If you are going to spend your holidays in the UK and you love eating as well, then there are various destinations where you can try out some of the best food. So, if you are in the UK, make sure you have visited these 7 destinations known for its food & wine.

Manchester

In addition to the famous soccer club, Manchester is known to offer a rich food scene and offer a number of places to eat. First up is Lunya, owned by Mr and Mrs Lunya, this restaurant is spread over two floors. There is deli & bar on the ground floor and restaurant & kitchen on the first floor. Here, you get to enjoy Eggs Flamenco in the breakfast and at night, you can enjoy tapas. Lunya also has a huge variety of Spanish gins, beers, wines, and spirits.

While you are in Manchester, make sure you have visited various other places including – Hawksmoor Manchester, Iberica, you will also find breakfast & brunch spots. In addition, there is a wide variety of Indian, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese restaurants.

Ripon

This is a famous family café/restaurant known to offer their visitors the best food whether you are visiting in the morning, afternoon, or in the evening. Ripon offers a relaxed brunch menu and eggs benedict and homemade granola are a must try here. Make sure you have visited the restaurant at night, this is the time when this place transforms into a laid-back neighbourhood restaurant. You will love their European menu it has influences from different parts of the world, but the focus remains on the local and seasonal ingredients.

Oliver’s Pantry can be defined as a quirky bar where you get to enjoy the best of savoury treats. If you fancy a cuppa, then this is the best place to be and the place is well-known to offer a huge variety of cakes & brownies. Some of the other must-visit places in Ripon are – Prima Pizzeria & Ristorante, The Royal Oak, Realitea, The Golden Lion, and Manchega.

Cartmel

If you are in Cartmel, make sure you have visited L’Enclume. It is a popular two starred restaurant open for lunch and dinner on regular days. For lunch, you have the choice of two tasting menus, including a vegetarian option as well. For a small tasting menu, you will have to pay £45 and for the large tasting menu, it is £120. If you are coming for the dinner, then there is only a large tasting menu.

Cartmel Village Shop is known as the home of Sticky Toffee. If you love pudding, then this is the place to be, their award-winning Sticky Toffee Pudding is quite popular here. The best thing about their puddings is that they use 100% natural ingredients to make it. Cartmel Village Shop offers a rich variety of puddings including – Sticky Toffee Pudding, Sticky Ginger Pudding, Sticky Chocolate Pudding, Sticky Banana Pudding, Lemon Drizzle Sponge and Christmas Pudding.

London

London City can also be called a mecca for the food lovers. The city has so many places for all those who love eating. Galvin La Chapelle is a French restaurant, the best thing about this place is its cathedral-like space. The restaurant is owned by two brothers – Chris and Jeff and this is a place where you get to try out some of the best modern French cuisines.

If you are looking for a modern British restaurant, then you can visit Galvin at the Athenaeum. For the mains, you can enjoy belly of pork along with black pudding, apple and make sure you have tried hazelnut salad. I really liked tuna burger. Well, all I can say is that the food here is classy and simple, I am sure you will love eating here. Some of the other places for the food lovers in London are – Kai Mayfair (Chinese), Social Eating House, Roka, Rok Smokehouse and Bar, Bao, Ceviche Soho, and Hoppers.

Brighton

Whether you are a burger lover, seafood enthusiast, or just want to enjoy a hearty brunch, Brighton caters to all. When you visit Brighton, The New Club is the perfect place to enjoy a nice & relaxing breakfast. You will be served hot pretzels with salted butter, cherry granola, and coconut. You can go for the breakfast burger as well.

If you want to enjoy a breakfast while enjoying some breathtaking views, then you need to be at GB1 restaurant at The Grand Hotel. During the lunch time, La Choza is the place where you get to enjoy the best of Mexican street food. Iydea is the place where you will be offered canteen-style lunch (Vegetarian). If you are a vegetarian, then Food for Friends is a must-visit. This is the best place to enjoy gluten-free bread, scones, and cakes.

Ludlow

Ludlow is a captivating market town, but it has various places to eat. The Cliffe at Dinham Restaurant is known to offer a modern British menu along with Mediterranean flavours and it is well complimented by wine cellar and an extensive range of local ciders & beers. Clive Bar & Restaurant is known to offer mouth-watering British cuisines. The main emphasis is on the locally sourced products. The Clive Bar has an adjoining courtyard where you get to taste some of the best wines while you enjoy traditional ales.

Some of the other must-visit places as a food lover are –Koo Japanese Restaurant, Feathers Hotel, Pizza Ten Restaurant, Riverside Inn & Restaurant, and Aragons.

Woodstock

This is an Italian restaurant and it is tactfully tucked alongside the Woodstock Town Hall. Whether you are visiting for a coffee on the patio or you are visiting to enjoy a scrumptious meal, you will surely be impressed by the warm welcome offered by Lucio and his team. This is the best place to enjoy the best of both Sardinian and Italian cuisines, the best part is that they are prepared using fresh ingredients.

Hampers is quite popular amongst the visitors and it is a well-known café and offers a wide range of food & wine. You get to taste both British and European cheese, French bread, pates, desserts, and cakes. They also offer more than 40 types of wines and champagnes.

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