Places to Eat

sourCed pizza(Ludlow)
Artisan Pizza Restaurant in the heart of Ludlow.

The Boot (Orleton)

Our local village pub, which is a community owned pub. Chris & Hollie guaranteed a warm welcome and excellent food and drink.

01568 780228

Csons was The Green Cafe (Ludlow)
We are very much a cafe, open from 10.00am, serving coffee, tea and cake throughout the day, with a lunch menu from 12.00pm – 2.30pm. We are available for private hire in the evenings and will be opening for dinner Friday/Saturday evenings from June until the end of September. Our menu is produce lead; we work closely with small scale growers, farmers and food lovers in the area to create a daily changing menu that will always include a soup, pate, omelets, pasta dish and a vegetable salad as standard.

The Fish House (Ludlow)
The Fish House is owned by Louise and Andy Hackney. Louise’s family have been fishmongers since 1946 and she is the third generation of fishmongers with the 4th well established with her niece and nephew carrying on the family tradition. We provide fresh fish which is delivered to us daily from 9am until 5pm (Saturday 4pm). Lunch is available between 12 noon and 3pm each day the shop is open. We only have a small number of barrel tables in the shop so booking is recommended on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Saturdays there are no bookings and getting a seat is based on first come first served, although during the summer seating is available outside.

The French Pantry (Ludlow)
A little restaurant and shop, serving French food!

Reservations – Please Call +44(0)1584 879133 |

The Riverside Inn (Aymestrey)
Here at The Riverside Inn we aim to create dishes combining traditional British flavours with a modern influence, served in relaxed old world surroundings. We are lucky to be located in the heart of a thriving farming area. We consistently promote local produce from the North Herefordshire, Welsh Border and South Shropshire farms and specialist producers. “Seed to plate” really happens here. At any time we can point out on your plate the ingredients from our own gardens and orchards just 60 steps from the kitchen door. The chefs also regularly forage in the meadows, hedgerows and riverbank for wild garlic, elderflower, nettles and more, cleverly using what is naturally available.

The Beefy Boys (Hereford)
Burger shop in Hereford Old Market. Great food and very funky restaurant. Very big into keeping it local and using Hereford beef.

A Rule of Tum (Hereford)
Founded from the desire to make and serve delicious food every day, A Rule of Tum began in 2013 as the passion project of a few Herefordians. Focused on crafting honest dishes, inspired by local and seasonal ingredients, we opened Burger Shop in late 2014 and more recently The Bookshop, a restaurant + bar space in the heart of Hereford.

The Oak (Wigmore)
Our provenance is as local as possible, and we aim to offer guests a genuine taste of Herefordshire.

Jules (Weobley)
Jules specialises in the painstaking preparation, long slow cooking & accurate flavouring which characterise his signature dishes and he keeps the kitchen supplied with a constant flow of soups, pates and terrines, slow roast pot dishes and pies, chutneys and preserves.

Bistro 7 of Ludlow
Our philosophy is simple; smile, buy great produce locally, cook it well and never say no! Amazing food…. You need to book at least 2 weeks in advance.


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