Food Bloggers’ Favourite Places To Eat Out



Food bloggers' favourite restaurants

Whether eating out is a luxury or a weekly occurrence, it can be difficult not to slip into a routine of going to, and recommending, the same places and getting stuck in a rut. Luckily the Foodies 100 bloggers have done the research for you. The following suggestions are all from the bloggers in our top 50, rounded up for us by Chelle McCann. But don’t think that is where it ends – link up below with your most recent restaurant review and look out for our regular eating out feature coming soon!

over to chelle… 

Cooksister visited the Churchill’s Port House in London when it had been open for only three months. Clean, modern and eating in a gorgeous surrounding can really make a difference to a meal. It does seem this place is really one to go to before its gorgeous food means it’s always booked out.

Love American Diners? Then Food Stuff Finds recommends some retro delight at OK Diner in Cannock. Perfect for all the family with Million Dollar Shakes from £4.50 while being able to sing along to so 50s classics.

 Back in London Helen from Fuss Free Flavours shares her experience eat the Iberica in Marylebone. I love being able to see food being prepared and the trio of Iberico hams sounds a lovely lunch option especially after being described as having a ‘diversity of the range of flavours on show to be eye-opening’.


In Berkshire, Belleau Kitchen loved the mouthwatering experience at The Walmesley. With grand-looking gardens it seems the perfect place to eat on a summer day. It seems like its specialities are the fish related dishes and the soup. Now you just have to decide what to have!

Fancy popping over to Ireland for your Easter Break? The Stitch and Bear recommend Super Miss Sue in Drury Street, Dublin. This restaurant is the latest venture from experienced Dublin restauranteur, John Farrell, and is focusing on seafood before expanding with a gin bar this year.

As London Unattached says ‘being invited to review a Butcher Shop is not your everyday restaurant review’. But he couldn’t resist and I don’t think I could either. I love a decent – and ethically reared – steak and this seems just the ticket. Medium rare over here please….

Fancy finding a miracle-cure-for-hangovers in Manchester? Then you need to pop along to the Kitchenette where you can order ‘high class junk food’ in the form of a mouthwatering breakfast burger. 

Dollybakes  was pleasantly suprised.

Not really a restaurant review but I love this idea from Smarter Fitter! Their camping supper club feels unique and fun. Whether you like glamping or camping it is definitely a must go to for any foodie this summer.

And last but not least , I leave you with these gorgeous photos from Eat Like A Girl. Her recent postcard from Singapore is having me drool over my Macbook. So far she has been to Little India, Tekka Market and the Old Airport Road Hawker Center and tantalised us with an array of delights.


Thanks Chelle for this brilliant round up! So have you eaten out recently? Where have you had the pleasure of dining? Leave your links below!


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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