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Shropshire Food and Drink

No other county can compete with the quality and diversity of our local produce. Just look at the many markets, laden with fresh fruit and veg; or the butchers, the bakers, the delicatessens on almost every corner. You'll soon see why Shropshire is a gourmets idea of heaven.

All this bounty has had an interesting effect on the local restaurants. Ludlow has been described as "a little bit of France near the Welsh border" and you can see why.

Shropshire is renowned for its real ale and leads the way in the "home brew" revival. Real ale inns and micro-breweries including the Three Tuns at Bishops Castle which has been happily brewing since 1642 and now has a history of beer and brewing museum available to visit.

Shropshire to go - fill your fooddrink basket with wines from Tanners in Shrewsbury (Central England Wine Merchant of the Year for the 6th year running) or from the Wroxeter Roman Vineyard. Home smoked bacon from Maynards, Organic food from Pimhill, Market Drayton Gingerbread (- the locals prefer to dunk it in port), Quails eggs, local cheeses and real dairy ice-cream.


The Golden Cross

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  • 14 Princess Street
  • Shrewsbury
  • Shropshire
  • SY1 1LP

Description:

14th Century timber frame Inn specialising in local produce served in comfortable relaxed surroundings.

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Phone: 01743 362507

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Best Western Valley Hotel

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  • Buildwas Road
  • Ironbridge
  • Telford
  • Shropshire
  • TF8 7DW

Description:

44 Ensuite bedrooms including 4 poster and queen size beds. 2 Rosette awarded restaurant. Function room. Licensed for civil ceremonies .Traditional bars. Free parking and within walking distance of Ironbridge Gorge museums.

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Phone: 01952 432247

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The Kings Arms

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  • 6 Church Street
  • Cleobury Mortimer
  • Shropshire
  • DY14 8BS

Description:

Set opposite St Mary's Church (famous for it's twisted spire) in the centre of Cleobury Mortimer - gateway to the Shropshire Hills.

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Phone: 01299 271954

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The Malt Shovel

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  • Woodhill Road
  • Highley
  • Bridgnorth
  • Shropshire
  • WV16 6HT

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Phone: 01746 862550

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Pondicherry Cafe & Restaurant

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  • The Old Police Station, 57 Waterloo Street
  • Ironbridge
  • Shropshire
  • TF8 7AA

Description:

Situated within the Old Police Station, at the gateway to the Ironbridge Gorge, Pondicherry is Shropshires newest and most innovative contemporary Indian restaurant and cafe.

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Phone: 01952 433055


The Down Inn

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  • Ludlow Road
  • Bridgnorth
  • Shropshire
  • WV16 6UA

Description:

Traditional country inn peacefully situated, enjoying stunning views, excellent food and ales. Open log fires. Superb ensuite rooms opened October 2008. Town 5 minutes drive.

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Phone: 01746 789539

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Gaskell Arms Hotel

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  • High Street
  • Much Wenlock
  • Shropshire
  • TF13 6AQ

Description:

17th Century coaching inn offering 16 en-suite accommodation rooms, restaurant bar meals, Sunday lunches, private parking, guest ales, private beer garden.

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Phone: 01952 727212

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La Trattoria

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  • 7 Fish Street
  • Shrewsbury
  • Shropshire
  • SY1 1UR

Description:

Situated in the heart of Shrewsbury, La Trattoria is renowned for its authentically Italian Cuisine.

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Phone: 01743 249490

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