Eat in Hereford

Where to eat in Hereford

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.

Thai on Wye

15 West Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR4 0BX



 
Good value for money Thai restaurant, in the centre of Hereford. Good service and food in pleasant surroundings.

The Wellington

Wellington, Hereford
 

 
The Wellington is an award-winning country pub and restaurant, situated in the village of Wellington, in the heart of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.

In the restaurant you’ll find daily changing lunch and dinner menus using the best local and seasonal produce.

The Bell Inn

Tillington, Hereford
 

 
A traditional family run pub serving good food

The Crown Inn

Woolhope, Hereford
 

 

An idyllic pub set in glorious countryside serving excellent food and using local suppliers and produce. Only 7 miles from Hereford or Ledbury.

Perfect modern pub food served in a traditional Inn with log fires and classical surroundings

The New Inn Staunton on Wye, Herefordshire, HR4 7LR



 

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Compact 16th-c two-bar village pub, pleasantly relaxed and old-fashioned, with well kept Wye Valley, good value generous home-made food lunchtimes and Fri/Sat evenings, friendly landlord and regulars, cosy alcoves; nice garden with quoits and boules, closed Mon.

The New Inn

St Owens Cross, Hereford
 

 
Inside this very attractive pub, the lounge bar and restaurant are enhanced by huge inglenook fireplaces which crackle to the sound of burning logs all winter.  With a mixture of furnishings from settees to redundant pews, the ambiance is that of a time gone by, a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but with the quality and standard you have come to expect. Food is excellent and the bar offers a wide range of real ales as well as a fine selection of wines and spirits and of course what Herefordshire is renowned for...Cider!

The Crown

Old Hereford Road, Pantygelli, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 7HR


 

The Crown at Pantygelli is a thriving pub and restaurant, situated in this quiet spot between the Sugarloaf and Skirrid mountains, catering for both the modern traveller and local populace whilst still retaining the charm and hospitality of a bygone age.

Pantygelli translates into English as "the hollow of the grove" and the hamlet is set amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in Monmouthshire with its contrasting combinations of mountains and rural pastures

  The Walnut Tree

  Llanddewi Skirrid, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 8AW
 

 

The Walnut Tree Restaurant sits on the B4521, two miles East of Abergavenny, and has been a famous inn and restaurant since it began in the early 1960’s. It is now run as a joint venture between Shaun Hill and William Griffiths. The Walnut Tree offers proper dining and drinking in an informal setting; for a glass of good wine with a plate of something, through to a full lunch or dinner!

The menu is an eclectic mix, based on personal taste and sound cooking techniques, rather than any particular country's cuisine. A unifying feature is a core of excellent ingredients, local where feasible and carefully chosen. No dress code or similar pomposity.

 

 
The tiny, picturesque village of C near Usk has been given a rare treat with the arrival of top chef, Matt Tebbutt. Returning to his homeland after eight years in London, Matt has transformed an old stationmaster’s house and former pub into one of Wales’ most exciting new restaurants. He brings with him a wealth of experience, having trained with many of the UK's leading chefs, from Marco Pierre White, to Alistair Little and Sally Clarke.

The Foxhunter has been completely refurbished by Matt and his wife Lisa. The couple have turned the old, Victorian pub into a stunning mix of original features and contemporary comfort. The informal setting combines Welsh flagstone floors and log-burning stoves with handmade furniture and crisp linen napkins. Clearly drawing on the influences of his celebrated mentors, Matt offers the very best of Modern British cooking, characterised by daily changing menus featuring local, organic ingredients and recipes which remain true to the flavours of fresh, seasonal ingredients.

  The Hardwick

Old Raglan Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 9AA
 

 
 

The Hardwick is a country pub which very much leans towards being a restaurant.

This is largely due to the owner, Stephen Terry, being a cook by nature and not a publican. The Hardwick is a place where everybody is made to feel welcome whether it be for a quick pint or meeting friends and family for lunch or dinner.

The aim at the Hardwick is for customers to leave feeling satisfied and that their expectations have not only been met but exceeded.

The philosophy is simple and honest. They source, cook and serve to the best of their abilities at all times. The produce is treated with the respect it deserves and served with the minimum of fuss and maximum of flavour. Seasonal produce is used which allows customers and staff alike to look forward to certain ingredients throughout the year.

You don’t need an ology in food to read and understand the menu at The Hardwick because it does what it says on the menu.

  The Bell at Skenfrith

 Skenfrith, Monmouthshire NP7 8UH
  The Bell at Skenfrith, a fully restored former 17th century coaching inn on the banks of the River Monnow.

The restaurant, which uses produce from it's own organic kitchen garden, has two AA rosettes.  The Bell was voted michelin pub of the year for great britain and ireland in 2007