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Are you a keen foodie? Do you love to visit new restaurants whenever you’re away from home? If so, you’ll likely want to know which cities offer the finest cuisine in the UK. To help you get started on your culinary tour of the country, we’ve put together a list of the top five hotspots for food lovers. Read on to find out more…
It’s hardly surprising that the capital has made it onto our list – each one of its districts boasts a host of culinary gems. If you’re after a variety of cuisine, look no further than London. Its world-famous restaurants serve everything from lobster mac and cheese to tiramisu French toast; some even offer champagne on tap! In addition to haute cuisine, you’ll find plenty of affordable joints in the big city, ranging from vegan cafés to greasy spoons.
Cornwall boasts more than visual appeal – it’s a haven for foodies, too. Whether you seek Michelin-star eateries or just fish and chips, there’s nothing ordinary about Cornish cuisine. Given its location, it’s unsurprising that the area is especially renowned for its fish restaurants. Visit the glorious country, and you’ll likely be amazed by its food. Just imagine gazing across the Cornish landscape over a scrumptious meal!
Ah, Brighton. The coastal city is known for many things, including its friendly residents and vibrant nightlife. But did you also know that it’s home to several culinary delights? In fact, Brighton is a leader in vegan and vegetarian food, thanks to its array of plant-based restaurants. No wonder so many foodies flock here every day! Fancy a jaunt to the countryside during your trip? Jump on one of the frequent trains to Horsham from Brighton to find your ideal country pub or restaurant!
Seen widely as the capital of Northern England, Leeds hosts culinary delights of every kind and caters to all culinary preferences. There’s even one place that serves different types of cuisine under one roof – six, to be precise. Located in the heart of Leeds, Trinity Kitchens rotates six new street food vans every eight weeks. Head here to indulge in authentic Vietnamese, Mexican and other cultural dishes.
Glasgow has a thriving food scene – if you haven’t already, you may just want to venture to one of its myriad eateries. Much like Bristol, it’s particularly popular among vegans and vegetarians, as it’s home to a number of award-winning meat-free restaurants and cafés. But let’s not forget that there’s also plenty of places specialising in Haggis and other meaty goodies.
Britain is filled with culinary charms – so, why not explore its tastiest towns and villages? Choose any one of our suggested hotspots, and you’re guaranteed to be impressed.