Best Places to Eat in Great Britain
At the Great British Bucket List we’re passionate about inspiring you to travel through food. Britain is renowned for great restaurants, and there are plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants dedicated to local cuisine. Many follow a farm-to-table methods or grow ingredients on site.
If you’re starting off your foodie journey in England, we’d recommend sampling the seafood in
Padstow in Cornwall or dining at one of the many Michelin starred restaurants in the Lake District.
There are so many amazing places to eat in Great Britain
If street food is more your kind of thing, this
Glasgow food market is not to be missed. If your travels are taking you to Wales, there are some exceptional gourmet options at these Michelin starred restaurants in Wales.
Or for an extra special day trip, how about going on a
vineyard tour in Sussex?
Finally, if you fancy shaking up a taste of Britain from the comfort of your own home, take a look at our
classic British cocktail recipes.
Have a great time exploring Great Britain.
If you’re a fan of delicious gin & amazing architecture with a small dash of history, then you’ll love the Bombay Sapphire tour in Hampshire.
Looking for the ultimate Bramble cocktail recipe? This sweet and sour blackberry cocktail is perfect for gin lovers.
Looking for the ultimate gimlet cocktail recipe? This one makes fresh, zingy cocktails with a big boozy kick.
From Pimm’s and Gimlets, to the classic Buck’s Fizz, these British cocktails are perfect for a fun night in.
From pulling Christmas crackers to eating mince pies, these are the best British Christmas traditions for you to do on Christmas Day this year.
This guide to the best cafes in Amersham is guaranteed to help you find the perfect spot for a coffee and a light bite.
From fine-dining on the seafront, to quirky and creative cuisine in the mountains, these Michelin star restaurants in Wales will amaze you.
The best places to eat in Padstow include Michelin-starred gourmet cuisine, fresh seafood, Italian delicacies and classic fish and chips.
The best things to do in the Lake District when it rains include exploring a beautiful castle, tucking into a stylish afternoon tea, venturing inside an intriguing old mine and taking a ride on a steam train.
This Great British bucket list showcases the best of Britain, including Scotland’s coastlines, Wales’ mountains and England’s charming villages.