The Best Restaurants Across England – To Visit Post Lockdown

Here at Delicious London and Eat Your Heart Out we miss dining out so much, but with the end on the horizon we can not wait to be back eating out and organising private dining events.

BOURNE & HOLLINGSWORTH BUILDINGS, LONDON

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Tropical interiors – floral print and green living foliage – fill the Bourne & Hollingsworth buildings, a popular brunch spot in Clerkenwell where you’ll find creatives feast on fluffy banana pancakes and eggs benedict!

OSIP, SOMERSET

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Osip has been awarded a Michelin star for its focus on locally sourced ingredients on the farm-to-table menu from chef Merlin Labron-Johnson (formerly of Portland in). Attached to staycation favourite Number One Bruton, come and enjoy the beautiful simplistic interiors filled with colourful jars of pickles and pretty dried flowers before exploring the beautiful surrounding area of Bruton.

NEW YARD, CORNWALL

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Set in a converted carriage house on the Trelowarren estate, New Yard aims to become totally self-sufficient in fuel and food. Eco-friendly owners Jeffrey Robinson and Tyler Doonan are working to fill the menu with exclusively Cornish ingredients such as vegetables and game from the surrounding estate and seafood caught fresh in Helford.

THE HIDDEN HUT, CORNWALL

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This tiny, sage-green open-air café above Porthcurnick Beach in St Mawes invites diners to bring their own cutlery and feast on seasonal lunches of fish chowder and spiced dhal while watching surfers.

THE PIG AT COMBE, DEVON

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The Pig needs no introduction and this hotel in Devon is no exception – come for an afternoon Victoria sponge is served with fresh local strawberries and homemade clotted cream.

PYTHOUSE KITCHEN GARDEN, WILTSHIRE

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A distressed-white-brick conservatory in Tisbury looks out onto an 18th-century walled kitchen garden of flowers, vegetables and fruit that get picked each morning for lunchtime specials that may include chargrilled purple-sprouting broccoli with smoked almonds, Greens of Glastonbury cheese and kale or roast squash with pumpkin-seed butter, orchard glaze and crispy sage.

SPRING, LONDON

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Lush foliage plays with soft pinks and whites beautiful spot with delicious food in Somerset House. One wall in particular is adorned with 300 delicate white-ceramic petals commissioned by Brazilian artist Valéria Nascimento.

In the mean time check out our at home virtual events and private chefs through EYHO and Ziggy and Violet and contact us to make all your at home events come true!

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