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Your guide to the best food & drink independents in Staffordshire

Staffordshire is one of Britain’s most diverse counties, comprising wild moorland, parts of the Peak District, market towns and urban areas. The food and drink scene is just as varied, with some great rural producers and excellent pubs and restaurants. Over time, Great Food Club will shine a light on Staffordshire’s best independents.

  • FREE to join
  • Be guided to great independents, from street-food stalls to stylish restaurants
  • Up to 25% off with your membership card

Recommended businesses in Staffordshire

Here are the food and drink independents we love in this region and their member offers, with more coming soon…

  • Denstone Hall Farm Shop & Café

    Denstone Hall is set on a family-run farm near Uttoxeter and is a great magnet for those seeking out local produce in and around Staffordshire…

  • Little Seeds Bar & Kitchen

    Little Seeds Bar & Kitchen in Stone seeks to use the best seasonal ingredients from local suppliers, as well as produce from its own kitchen garden…

  • Misco’s Chocolates

    Misco’s Meg and Cisco Davies started out making chocolates at home for friends and family. But once they began selling to the public, they were soon able to open their own shop in Leek…

  • Pom’s Kitchen

    Pom’s Kitchen in Lichfield is a stylish, family-run, independent cafe, restaurant and deli with a clear passion for good quality, locally sourced food and drink…

  • Staffordshire Savoury Scotch Eggs

    Staffordshire Savoury Scotch Eggs began at the farmhouse kitchen table, with its owner making Scotch eggs as her grandmother had taught her…

  • Tea-Cake

    Tea-Cake in Leek serves mouthwatering homemade cakes, sandwiches, teas and coffees but also sells gifts and homeware made by local designers…

  • The Duncombe Arms

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

  • The Lazy Trout

    Set in the stunning Staffordshire Moorlands four miles north of Leek, The Lazy Trout is a traditional, friendly country pub serving superb quality, imaginative food…

  • The Moat House

    The Moat House in Acton Trussell, rural Staffordshire, is a beautiful four-star hotel offering impressive British cooking using local and seasonal ingredients…

  • The Red Lion at Bradley

    Located five miles south-west of Stafford, The Red Lion at Bradley’s reputation for quality food has steadily grown…

  • The Three Horseshoes Country Inn

    The Three Horseshoes near Leek is always buzzing, catering for those who appreciate faultless pub favourites as well as diners looking for a more fine-dining experience…

  • The White Lion at Knighton

    The White Lion at Knighton, Staffs, has a 17th century bar and cosy snug, plus gardens where you can watch the pub chickens and pigs doing their thing. The food is excellent…