A Sunday Tour of The Cotswolds – Longborough Ebrington & Chipping Campden

Once again, we’ve headed out in to North Cotswolds for a mini-tour, to visit some of the fantastic local businesses the district has to offer. The Cotswold Food Store & Cafe, Longborough Our first stop is just outside Longborough, where Joanne and Bernard Williams have created the fantastic Cotswold Food Store & Cafe. Hot off the 

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Delhi Heights – Bringing Indian Street Food to Cheltenham

If you looked at Cheltenham’s food scene 10 years ago, you’d be hard pushed to find a restaurant that wasn’t an Italian chain. Thankfully, things have changed with a wave of fresh, new blood in the town – Kibou, East India Cafe and The Coconut Tree to name just three out of many tremendous establishments who have 

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The Cotswold Diaries – Cirencester, The Organic Farm Shop and Upton Smokery

Sometimes we don’t get chance to write a blog post about every place we’ve visited – as sometimes we see a fair few in just one day! This is true for this fine November Saturday; blue skies but a chill in the air ahead of bonfire night. We had the dog in-tow this weekend – 

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Blue Orchid – Gloucester

All you can eat Chinese is tough to get right. The serve-your-self style (Real China, Angel Chef) often sacrifices quantity over quality, leading to a less-than-average experience and luke-warm food. Blue Orchid in Gloucester (well, Kingsway) follows the same model as Golden Mountain by offering a ‘order-as-you-go’ extensive menu. You can go forwards and backwards 

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Greek on the Docks, Gloucester

Joining the Gloucester Keys development earlier this year (while Ed’s Diner makes a swift exit) is Greek on the Docks. Following some strong TripAdvisor reviews, and some firm support over a low hygiene score, this modern take on authentic Greek fare boasts and extensive menus and friendly staff. Reservations-only on a busy Wednesday night, we’d 

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Venison at Dyrham Park

Last week the team were kindly invited to participate in Dyrham’s ‘Park to Plate‘ talk. This delved in to the detail behind the venue’s steps to sell their own venison meat and how it’s sustainably sourced. Garden & Park Manager Dale gave a detailed presentation on the types of deer and their seasonality. The site aims 

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