Eat in Ludlow

Where to eat in Ludlow

Please Note: Useful information when staying in holiday lets or for anyone visiting the area.  Although we do try to ensure listings are correct, Country Holiday Lets recommend that prospective visitors always check with the destination before making plans.  It is advisable to check review sites for the latest on these places to eat as owners, chefs, staff change and can affect the quality. These listings are meant as a guide only.

Aragons Restaurant

Off Castle Square, Ludlow town centre


 
This is a small intimate cafe/restaurant in the town centre ideal for snacks and lunches but it also opens in the evenings for meals, good menu and excellent food at reasonable prices.

The Church Inn

The Buttercross, Ludlow town centre
 

 
A traditional inn with real ales, good food and a warm welcome.  Using local, seasonal produce it has a changing menu to reflect what is at its best.  Historical interest the inn dates back at least seven centuries.

Chang Thai Restaurant

off Castle Square, Ludlow town centre
 

 
A wonderful Thai restaurant with authentic cuisine at reasonable prices, worth a visit.

The Green Cafe

Mill on the Green, Linney, Ludlow, SY8 1EG
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Closed Mondays Booking is advised, we operate 2 sittings early between 12 and 12.30 and late 1.30 onwards, allowing 90 minutes per table.

We work closely with local producers to provide a seaonal menu, based on simplicity and strong flavours. We make everything ourselves apart from the bread and jam. The menu changes daily. We also have a seperate tea and cake menu.

Ludlow Food Centre & Conservatory Barn Cafe

Bromfield, Ludlow
 

 
Located on the A49 north of Ludlow in Bromfield this is a farm shop with a difference, the food centre is situated on the fringes of the Earl of Plymouth's estate and sells produce from local farmers.  The cafe is situated in the same complex and serves food using the same local produce.

The Clive Bar & Restaurant

Bromfield, Ludlow
 

 
The Clive is situated very close to the Ludlow Food Centre (above) and is renowned for its modern British cuisine, worth a trip for a special occasion but you may need to book in advance.

The Charlton Arms

Ludford Bridge, Ludlow
 

 
Riverside Hotel with spectacular views over the River Teme. Great food but service can sometimes be a bit slow, best to book to guarantee a table.

The Crown at Hopton Wafers

Hopton Wafers, Cleobury Mortimer, DY14 0NB
 

 
Beautifully located in glorious countryside a short drive (20 mins) from Ludlow this pub/restaurant is full of character and charm with a nice restaurant separate from the bar.  Serving local produce the food is reasonably priced and good quality.

Dinham Hall Hotel

Dinham, Ludlow
 

 
Located close to the castle this is a five star hotel which has a great dining room, booking is advisable

Ego Bar

Quality Square, off Castle Square, Ludlow town centre
 

 
Tucked away in a cute little square this is a modern wine bar and restaurant, good food in convivial surroundings.

La Becasse

17 Corve Street, Ludlow town centre
 

 
Michelin starred restaurant, one for a treat, incredible food and wine served impeccably, well worth a visit.  Booking is advisable

Mr Underhills

Dinham Weir, Ludlow
 

 
Michelin starred restaurant, with a wonderful tasting menu on offer, always checked with you first, booking is essential. Yet another restaurant for a special occasion or treat, well worth the visit.

The Olive Branch

Bullring, Ludlow town centre
 

 
A well-known focal point in Ludlow's thriving restaurant scene, The Olive Branch Restaurant and Coffee House offers, during the daytime, a counter service providing a deliciously wide range of snacks, drinks and full meals. In the evening the ambience of the restaurant is transformed into an intimate, candle-lit venue with full table service. All our dishes - at whatever time of day - are prepared following our own unique recipes and use the freshest local ingredients

Shapla Balti House Restaurant

58 Broad St, Ludlow town centre
 

 
Traditional Balti Restaurant in the centre of Ludlow.  Click on picture for review.

The Feathers Hotel

Bullring, Ludlow town centre
 

 
The restaurant is in the heart of this Jacobean building, recently refurbished in 2009 it has been awarded an AA rosette for its food.  Average prices worth a visit just to say you have been there!

The Crown Country Inn

Munslow, Craven Arms
 

 
18th Century historic Country Inn, 2 AA rosette award winning meals from local produce, mentioned in the good food guide.

The Wheatsheaf Inn

Lower Broad Street, Ludlow town centre
 

 
18th Century Inn situated next to the Broad Gate a Ludlow landmark, one of the old gates to the town of Ludlow.  Choice of local ales and good food

The Live & Let Live

Neen Sollars, Nr Cleobury Mortimer


 
A great pub with immense history and character with real ales and fantastic food being offered evenings during the week and lunchtime and evening at the weekend.  Highly recommended to visit in the heart of glorious countryside a real rural gem.

The Peacock

Burford, Nr Tenbury Wells


 
A 14th Century Inn with a cosy feel, in the winter roaring fires. Good food and nice surroundings.

Rocke Cottage Tea Rooms

Abcott, Clungunford, Craven Arms
 

 
Quaint tearooms for light lunches with lovely gardens, advisable to book during the summer months or be prepared to wait for a table.

The Jolly Frog

Leintwardine, Shropshire SY7 0LX
The Jolly Frog is well known for its extensive fresh fish menu, complimented by fine Italian, French and local dishes or a handmade pizza from our Italian wood burning oven. Located within easy reach of historic Ludlow, the young classically-trained team pride themselves on the highest standard of service within a warm and informal atmosphere.

  
The Colliers Arms The Colliers Arms, Tenbury Road, Clows Top, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY14 9HA
Colliers Arms

The Colliers Arms is a traditional country pub set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside only a few minutes drive from Bewdley and Kidderminster. We are family-owned and run. The original ambiance of the Country free house pub has been retained inside the bar and lounge areas, while the separate restaurant has a relaxed and more modern feel.

The outside patio and beer garden has a picturesque and charming setting where you can enjoy the excellent fayre. You can sit and enjoy the views over Rock church, the largest Norman church in England.