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Find a great DINING – ALL TYPES in your region

From fine-dining restaurants and laid-back country pubs to cool cafes and mouthwatering burger joints, the Great Food Club Dining Section has everything you need to plan a brilliant meal out. There’s something here for every taste and every mood: pizza, tapas, sushi, pub classics, seafood and more. We know all the places on this map and have been impressed by each and every one of them. So browse the map above and list below and book yourself a table. Some of these dining venues are running exclusive GFC member offers too.

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  • The Hidden Bakery

    The Hidden Bakery in Eastwood is an independent café & bakery. A trip here yields excellent artisan bread & cakes, breakfasts & brunches…

  • The Jews House

    The Jews House offers high quality modern British food in a stunning 900-year-old building located almost in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral…

  • The Joiner’s Arms

    A Michelin Bib Gourmand-winning village dining pub with a focus on good quality, simple, well-cooked ingredients…

  • The Kedleston Country House

    Set in the historic Kedleston Estate in Derbyshire, this stunning Georgian restaurant and hotel has rolling countryside views…

  • The King’s Arms

    This 17-century country pub and smokehouse is situated between Oakham and Uppingham in pretty Rutland. It’s a little bit special…

  • The King’s Arms, Polebrook

    Good pub food is always on offer at the King’s Arms in Polebrook and you can expect a warm welcome for lunch and dinner…

  • The King’s Head of Stamford

    The King’s Head of Stamford is a small, charming, friendly pub. It’s neat and well-cared-for, offering simple but good pub food…

  • The Kingston Arms – Hummus & Wine

    The Kingston Arms is a wine bar & restaurant off Mill Road. It has a serious wine list and a menu where hummus plays a leading role…

  • The Knight & Garter

    The Knight & Garter in Leicester brings independent flair and a dedication to quality that makes it stand out from its peers…

  • The Lakeview Restaurant

    You needn’t be a golfer to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and excellent food at The Lakeview Restaurant & Bar near Cotgrave in Nottinghamshire…

  • The Larder

    The Larder in Oakham was our Café of the Year 2019/20. Its local-sourcing policy and outstandingly varied and interesting menu ensure it stands out…

  • The Lighthouse

    Expect modern cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, plus a wine list that’s a cut above, at this restaurant formerly known as Firenze…

  • The Loaf

    The Loaf in Crich is a popular village bakery offering freshly-baked loaves, cobs, pastries and cakes. Its cafe is open six days a week…

  • The Loquacious Baker

    The Loquacious Baker in Burbage serves excellent coffee and terrific pastries baked fresh every day. Everything on offer is of impressively high quality…

  • The Mad Turk

    The Mad Turk of Stamford is a restaurant serving rustic Turkish Cypriot cuisine cooked on a coal barbecue. Delicious food and very popular…

  • The Malt Cross

    A delightful and historic bar and café, located in a beautiful Victorian Musical Hall in the heart of Nottingham…

  • The Marquess of Exeter

    The Marquess of Exeter in Lyddington, Rutland, is a beautiful old stone pub and 17-bedroom inn…

  • The Marquis of Granby

    The Marquis of Granby in Granby, Nottinghamshire, is a cosy and welcoming pub. Named Great Food Club Classic Pub of the Year 2020/21…

  • The Martin’s Arms

    The Good Pub Guide’s Dining Pub of the Year 2012-20 for Nottinghamshire provides good food in classic village pub surroundings…

  • The Milking Parlour, Tollgate Brewery

    Set within the National Trust’s Calke Abbey estate, you can sit outside, admire the view and enjoy a pint that’s literally brewed next door…

  • The Millstone at Barnack

    The Millstone has recently undergone a significant renovation and, with a new owner at the helm is sure to delight both locals and diners from further afield…

  • The Miners Arms, Carsington

    Sunday lunch is a big deal at The Miners Arms with sharing platters of meat and all the trimmings…

  • The Monk, Quorn

    The Monk has built up a reputation for delicious dishes and expertly-selected wines, it’s no wonder it’s the restaurant of choice for special occasions…

  • The Montagu Arms

    Known locally as ‘The Monty’, this welcoming pub can trace its roots right back to the 1800s…

  • The Old Bridge Hotel & Wine Shop

    The Old Bridge Hotel comprises 24 boutique rooms, an upmarket restaurant and a wine shop, so there is plenty to offer the discerning foodie visitor…

  • The Old Fire Engine House

    The Old Fire Engine House in Ely is a special restaurant (and art gallery). It’s charming, eccentric, unique and insulated from fads and trends…

  • The Old Vol

    The Old Vol is a village pub that offers a top-class menu thanks to its experienced team of chefs…

  • The Olive Branch

    A past Good Pub Guide choice for overall UK Pub of the Year, the relaxed yet polished Olive Branch in Clipsham, Rutland, is consistently excellent…

  • The Orator

    The Orator is a great venue in the centre of Cambridge that offers its guests an experience like no other and the chance to gain an insight into a prestigious organisation…

  • The Organ Grinder, Loughborough

    For real ale, friendly staff and live music throughout the year, head to Blue Monkey Brewery’s Organ Grinder…