Where to eat gourmet food in Gloucestershire
Lovers of good food have a number of excellent options in Gloucestershire, with several Michelin-starred restaurants as well as others with a Bib Gourmand Award. The award shows that the Michelin guide considers these eateries to offer “good food at moderate prices,” with a three-course meal costing £28 or less.
Two Michelin stars
The only Gloucestershire restaurant with two Michelin stars is Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham. It was opened in 1987 by Chef David Everitt-Matthias and his wife Helen, and it serves modern French food.
One Michelin Star
- 5 North Street in Winchcombe is owned and run by Marcus and Kate Ashenford. Serving modern British and European cuisine, this restaurant is popular locally and offers great value for your money.
- The Butchers Arms in Eldersfield has the unbeatable combination of a cosy country pub atmosphere and excellent, home-cooked food made from seasonal ingredients.
- Lords of the Manor in Upper Slaughter serves lavish meals of British food influenced by French cuisine. The menu changes to reflect the seasonal produce available.
Bib Gourmand Awards
- Made by Bob is housed in Cirencester’s Corn Hall. It combines a top-quality restaurant and a deli. Since it was opened in 2008 by James “Bob” Parkinson, this restaurant has been popular for its well-cooked seasonal breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
- The Horse and Groom in Dourton-on-the-Hill is run by two brothers, Will and Tom Greenstock. The restaurant has a lively atmosphere and has a daily changing menu of popular European dishes.
- The Gumstool Inn in Tetbury is a welcoming gastropub that is popular with many for its innovative European dishes and its fine selection of real ales.
- The Tavern in Cheltenham serves a quirky mixture of cuisines. Focusing mainly on British and American dishes, this restaurant also offers you foods with many other influences, particularly Asian.