The Chequers Inn at Thornham

The Chequers Inn is a beautifully renovated former coaching inn on the north Norfolk coast. It offers a menu that showcases high quality Norfolk produce…

The Chestnut

A family-owned village pub in Radcliffe-on-Trent with an emphasis on relaxed, casual dining…

The Cholmeley Arms

A classic village pub – with farm shop on site – which has received excellent reviews from Great Food Club members…

The Chubby Castor

The Chubby Castor in Castor, Cambridgeshire – housed in a beautiful thatched 17th century former pub – is where chef-patron Adebola Adeshina produces some truly special food…

The Churchill Arms

The idyllic Churchill Arms in Paxford, Gloucestershire, serves brilliantly cooked, locally sourced food…

The Clifton Sausage, Bath

It started life in Bristol, now it’s arrived in Bath. Expect amazing sausages and good quality, comforting British classics served in a lovely environment…

The Clifton Sausage, Bristol

A restaurant serving superior sausages and really good, comforting British classics, with service and ambience to match…

The Clock House Cafe

A quaint cafe in an unusual Nottinghamshire setting. If it’s homemade cakes, delicious lunches, divine breakfasts and mouthwatering afternoon teas you’re after, you should visit The Clock House…

The Cock

The Cock at Hemingford Grey is a popular local destination and former Good Pub Guide UK Pub of the Year, serving a good selection of high quality, well-prepared dishes…

The Cod’s Scallops

A delightful Nottingham fish and chip shop offering all the favourites, plus rarer choices such as gurnard, hake, herring, lobster and oysters, and delicious chips, all fried in beef dripping…

The Company Shed

The Company Shed is exactly that – a shed at the end of the Coast Road in West Mersea, Essex. But don’t be put off by the idea of eating in a shed, you’ll be hard-pushed to find fresher seafood…

The Cosy Tea Rooms

The tiny Cosy Tea Rooms in North Scarle specialise in homemade cakes, treats, light snacks, coffees and teas…

The Courtyard Dairy

The Courtyard Dairy near Settle in North Yorkshire is a characterful and expert cheesemonger, selling the best artisanal cheeses from Britain and Europe…

The Cradock Arms

The Cradock Arms feels like a 17th century country pub – one that serves very decent pub food – but is situated in the middle of Leicester…

The Crimson Tree Café, Bar & Kitchen

The Crimson Tree is a relaxed and charming café, bar and kitchen on Nottingham’s Mansfield Road. Expect a varied menu from brunch through to dinner…

The Cross Keys

This delightful village pub serves up a quality seasonal menu, with fine wines and craft beers. It even has room to park the pony!

The Crown

A bustling pub/hotel/restaurant located in the heart of historic Stamford, offering traditional British dishes with plenty of modern twists and locally sourced ingredients…

The Crown

Great style, great location – in Woodbridge, Suffolk – and great British food with a difference!

The Crown Inn at Elton

The Crown at Elton is a village pub with rooms serving excellent food and seasonal dishes in a welcoming atmosphere…

The Cumin

A reliably good restaurant in the middle of Nottingham that serves north Indian food with a slight East African twist…

The Dog & Doublet Inn

The Dog & Doublet in Sandon, Staffordshire, offers consistently good food and top-notch customer service in a nicely restored Arts & Crafts building…

The Duncombe Arms

The Duncombe Arms in Ellastone, Staffordshire, is a friendly village pub offering food more associated with fine dining…

The Dusty Knuckle Pizza Company

The Dusty Knuckle Pizza Company in Cardiff’s Canton is one of Britain’s most iconic pizzerias – an extremely quirky dining experience not to forget…

The Dutch House

The Dutch House is a delightful café with art gallery and wildlife garden set in the pretty countryside a few miles north of York, near the village of Crayke…

The Dyke’s End

The Dyke’s End at Reach in Cambridgeshire offers candlelight, a glowing fire, scrubbed tables and high quality cooking. It’s what a pub should be!

The Eagle in Farringdon

The Eagle is a famous, bustling Farringdon pub – widely regarded as Britain’s first gastropub (it launched in 1991)…

The Elm Tree

This quirky boozer in a Cambridge backstreet five minutes from Parker’s Piece is a hidden gem – a rare ‘proper’ pub – part of a dying breed…

The English Canapé Company

Seasonal and original canapés for all occasions. Stunning creations – feasts for both the eyes and the taste buds…

The English Restaurant

Located in London’s Spitalfields, this eclectic, family-run independent restaurant is well worth a visit…

The Falcon at Fotheringhay

A multi-award-winning dining pub in historic Fotheringhay that’s been named the best in Northamptonshire by the Good Food Guide five times in a row, with the latest being in 2016…

The Falcon Hotel

The Falcon Hotel is a quietly elegant 16th century coaching inn in the heart of Uppingham, Rutland. Expect food to match the setting…

The Falcon Tavern

The Falcon in Huntingdon keeps 18 real ales. Expect historic surroundings, excellent ales, and hearty pub grub such as pies and sausages…

The Feathers Hotel

A charming, cosy and traditional Herefordshire coaching inn dating back to Tudor times…

The Final Whistle

Railway-themed and full of character, this unique place offers ten cask ales, decent bar snacks and everything a ‘real pub’ aficionado could want…

The Fine Food Store

If you’re in the beautiful market town of Stamford, this independent café in the town centre is the ideal place to recharge your batteries with delicious homecooked food…

The Five Horseshoes at Barholm

There’s no kitchen at The Five Horseshoes in Barholm, Lincs, so we’re not featuring it for its fine dining…

The Foragers @ The Verulam Arms

The Foragers @ The Verulam Arms is a gem of a place tucked down a side street in St Albans. This pub focuses on wild food and offers some sublime dishes…

The Four Bells Inn

A delightful pub and restaurant set in the pretty village of Woodborough, not far from Nottingham city centre but in the heart of the countryside, showcasing ‘Best of British’ food…

The Fox & Hounds Hotel

This pub overlooking Exton village green is one of the most handsome in the region, and the service, food and drink live up to its looks…

The Fox and Hounds

The Fox and Hounds in Tugby, Leicestershire, is a village local serving proper but unpretentious food with a refreshing lightness of touch…

The Fox at Folksworth

The Fox at Folksworth serves up modern British cuisine in a bright, comfortable and airy restaurant. It has a pleasingly commodious feel…

The Gallimaufry

The Galli in Bristol ticks so many boxes – it’s not just a restaurant, it’s also a bar, a music venue, arts space and all-round champion for everything local…

The Garage Bakehouse

A tiny, family-run bakehouse that makes and sells delicious breads, cakes, coffees, soups and more. Shortlisted in the Great Food Club Awards 2015…

The Geese & Fountain

A traditional village inn with a rustic feel in Croxton Kerrial on the A607, serving honest, locally sourced pub food and a spectacular range of beers…

The Geographer

The Geographer in Impington, Cambridge, is a travel-inspired café, deli and store. It is a food lovers’ delight!

The George

A charismatic and ancient hotel where luxury, comfort, traditional service and high quality food and drink combine…

The George Hotel & Brasserie

A stylish former coaching inn in Buckden, Cambridgeshire, that serves good seasonal food and fine wines…

The Gog Farm Shop

A brilliant farm shop, deli, butchery and café located three miles from Cambridge. A real foodie hot spot and one of the best farm shops in the UK…

The Good Loaf

An ethically focused bakery and café located in an old shoe factory in the heart of Northampton’s Boot & Shoe Quarter…

The Great House Restaurant

Experience award-winning French cuisine in a beautiful 14th century English country house in Lavenham, Suffolk…