Next time someone says there's nowhere good to eat outside London, tell them to hit the road...
You'll have no doubt heard London 'gourmands' discussing how there's 'nowhere decent to eat in the UK outside Soho and Mayfair' as if the nation's capital city was the final word in cuisine. Yet these days nothing could be further from the truth, with some of the best places to eat in the country nowhere near the bustling metropolis. Here's just a small selection of 10 restaurants outside London that aren't just decent, but are some of the finest in the land...
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So, the Walnut Tree is the best restaurant in Wales. Well why don't you tell us where it is - Its near Llanddewi SKIRRID, on the B4521, two miles East of Abergavenny
Please could you add at least the post code of each restaurant that you have recommended!!!!
My ( step ) daughter and her husband run the restaurant on the Isle of Canna ( nr skye ) the food she cooks is incredibly good and the restaurant is full almost every night.The rich stop off for dinner rather than stay on their boats and the visitors book has nothing but high praise in it. I'd say thats well out of the metropolis. sadly it,s not open in winter so they turn it into a cafe' but the soups and cakes are out of this world, so to speak.......
I had to get a taxi there from the centre of Nottingham as I never would have found it otherwise! Definitely worth the effort though
Hartwell House in Aylesbury all the way, look on there Facebook website, they have a 3 course dinner, canapes and prosecco for £23.95. Quality local produce cooked perfectly