Top UK Travel Destinations for Eating Out

Eating out is an essential part of a holiday experience. Some people think dining experiences in the UK are limited but there are exceptional opportunities to sample high quality food and drink. If you think that fish and chips is the only thing that you can eat in the UK and that London is the only place in the country where you can taste excellent food, then you’ve obviously have not heard of the top towns for UK for dining out. If you are traveling to the UK, considering visiting these towns known for their delicious food.

UK food destinations

Ludlow, Shropshire

Apart from being a very picturesque town, Ludlow is also known for its love of delicious food. You would be hard-pressed to find a town in the UK that takes food more seriously than this Shrosphire town. The town has its own brewery, several traditional butchers and countless restaurants. The best time to go to Ludlow is September when the whole town celebrates its annual food and drink festival. If you’re in Ludlow don’t forget to visit the Merchant House and La Bécasse.

Padstow, Cornwall

Famous television chef Rick Stein hails from the town of Padstow in Cornwall. He owns popular Seafood Restaurant in the town as well as several food ventures. Stein is actually considered by many as the one who has single-handedly transformed the once sleepy town into a veritable foodie destination. But now many fine eateries are popping up in the town. Families will love the Burgers & Fish Restaurant in Padstow – it’s one of the friendliest and run restaurants in the town. Here in Padstow you will experience the best food in the Cornwall. There are so many great places it’s tricky to choose a favourite Padstow restaurant. But visitors should at least try Ainsworth at No 6, Rojanos Italian and Nathan Outlaw’s just across the Camel Estuary.

Nantwich, Cheshire

Nantwich is known for its delicious Chesire cheese and to be able to sample it is more than enough to visit this town. But the truth is, the cheese is just one of the many gastronomic attractions that Nantwich has to offer. For centuries, this town is known as the centre of Britain’s salt industry. Like Ludlow, Nantwich also has an annual food and drink festival that is held every September where people can choose from over 2,000 dishes and beverages, many of which were sourced from the town itself. The town also holds a monthly farmer’s market that are visited even by people from out-of-town.

Saffron Walden, Essex

If you are looking for premium cheeses, freshly-baked cakes and high quality organic fruits and vegetables then Safforn Walden in Essex is the place for you to go. The town also boasts of independent food stores and eateries in the Rows that has been around since the medieval times. You will surely be delighted by the sight of old timber-framed buildings in the area.

Sherborne, Dorset

Sherborne is known for its many boarding schools. For parents, one of the reasons for enrolling your sons in one the schools in this town is for them to sample the delicious food that can be bought in one of the many eateries located in the town centre. Sherborne is also home to top-notch pubs and family-friendly restaurants. Once-a month, the town also play host to a popular farmer’s market.

Kelso, Scottish Borders

Kelso in the Scottish Borders is the place to go if you are looking for Aberdeen Angus beef, ginger wine, smoked fish, venison, fudge, and Scottish cheeses. You will surely be overwhelmed with the choices present at the monthly farmer’s market in this town that is near the confluence of Teviot and Tweed. The town’s annual fair attracts people from miles away.

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