The UK is an incredibly exciting place when it comes to eating out and hosts some of the very best restaurants and Chefs.
You can find all different types of cuisines, from healthy meals, to street food to Michelin star experiences. In this post we are sharing some of the UK’s best restaurants and also sharing some tips when it comes to trying a restaurant for the first time.
Tips for Trying a New Restaurant for the First Time
Whether you are looking for a place to grab a quick slice of pizza or to try new restaurant in town, here are some tips to ensure you have the very best experience.
Use an online Review Service – Using online review services such as Square Meal UK that are packed with reviews from actual customers, can help give you a good insight in what kind of experience you can expect.
Make a reservation – There’s nothing worse then arriving at a restaurant only to be told you need to wait an hour or worse they are completely full. Making a reservation ensures you get a table without a wait.
Inspect the menu – Even if the restaurant you are trying out has rave reviews, you wont enjoy eating there if there is nothing on the many to your taste or dietary needs. Take a peek at an up to date menu to ensure there will be something you can enjoy.
5 of the Best Restaurant in the UK
Read on to hear 5 of the best restaurants in the UK.
If you love Indian food then you must try Bibi. Based in Mayfair, Chet Sharma is Bibi’s Chef Patron and you can find dishes from a four-pepper lobster and a chicken liver maska bun. It’s a place that everyone can enjoy with a warm welcoming atmosphere and also offers incredible cocktails.
2. The Connaught
Based in Mayfair and Ran by French chef Hélène Darroze The Connaught is a three-Michelin star restuarant that serves modern French and European cuisine. With impressive interiors and world class service you can choose five or seven dishes from a lengthy menu to create your perfect tasting menu.
3. Coombeshead Farm
Based in Cornwall and conceived by chefs Tom Adams and April Bloomfield, Coombeshead Farm offers a farm-to-table eating experience, showing off the farms produce. Dinner is a tasting menu focused on British flavours and fresh seasonal flavours. You can also stay at the guesthouse for a cosy weekend away.
4. Carters of Moseley
This is a tiny Michelin restaurant based in Birmingham with one room and an open kitchen for an intimate experience. Carters of Moseley has a menu that evolves daily and focuses on wild game, foraged herbs, forgotten ingredients and rare-breed animals. The menu consists of a daily lunch and dinner tasting menu with 7-9 dishes.
Based in the Somerset village of Bruton, Osip is a tiny restaurant that is owned and run by Chef Merlin Labron-Johnson. Based in a rural spot and with a welcoming environment this Michelin stared restaurant offers British farm to table meals and tasting menus.