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The best places I've found around the UK to enjoy some wonderful grub and great drinks. All handpicked by me and worthy of a thick slice of your weekend. Nom nom.
Food tours in Bath. Passionate, local food guides. The best independent tea-houses, expert cheesemongers, award-winning bakeries. 3hr tours. From £40pp.
We’re digging The Potting Shed - the latest outdoor pop-up from the award-winning Dark Bear, Bridport, that specialises in rum-based cocktails.
Head to Monmouthshire to visit White Castle Vineyard, an award-winning vineyard in Wales with tours that are a real corker.
Whether you're celebrating at home with friends or taking a short break with the girls, Home Cocktails is a fabulous cocktail box delivery service that's set to make your plans fizz
Next to the River Taff in Bute Park, The Secret Garden Cafe in Cardiff is a pretty city-centre café and a blissful retreat from the bustling city nearby.
Viva Welsh gin! Nestled in the Wye Valley, the Silver Circle Distillery is a family-run affair with an incredible gin-making experience that's sure to steal any gin lover’s heart.
The Angel Hotel in the quaint market town of Abergavenny is one of only 9 hotels in the UK to receive the prestigious ‘Award of Excellence’ from the UK Tea Guild. Aka: the Oscar of the tea world!
The Scenic Supper is probably one of the best - and most unusual - restaurants in the Cotswolds. Expect a la carte dining in outdoor glass houses that'll leave you hungry for more!
Hop into this new beer and gin house which has just opened the tradional pubs in Brecon. Over 50 craft beers and 20 specialist gins! Covid-secure.
What used to be the public toilet block has been transformed into a trendy cafe serving some of the best coffee and food concoctions in Mawgan Porth!
The Old Prison cafe serves up brilliant food in one of the most quirky Cotswold settings: a 18th-century House of Correction - and you can even see the prison cells.
What used to be just a family farm has been transformed over the years to become a cafe, deli, and shop that's loved by visitors from all over Scotland.
Step back in time with The Fourteas Tea Room - a quirky, cosy cafe that's fox-trotted straight out of the 1940s!
What started life as a small gin shelf at a Cotswolds' pub is now a gin-lovers heaven with hundreds of gins to try!
A 17th century coaching inn that's a foody destination in the Cotswolds and where the local celebrities like to drink.
Small independent waffle house serves all manner of home-cooked, home-made waffles stacked with very naughty toppings!