3 Of The Best Dining Experiences In The UK

The UK is home to some of the most unique and influential dining experiences in the world. With 188 restaurants holding a Michelin star in the UK, there certainly isn’t a shortage of amazing dining experiences and restaurants to choose from. Even if you’re not into fine dining, there is a huge selection of eateries and restaurants you can choose from, depending on what you’re interested in.

There are good restaurants and dining establishments to be found no matter where you are in the UK and, chances are, even if you’re not looking for somewhere, you’re sure to find something amazing on your travels! From cool must-visit restaurants to quaint seaside spots, let’s take a look at 3 of the best dining experiences in the UK.

SIX, Brighton and Hove

Combining the freshest ingredients with outstanding flavours, SIX focuses on brunch dishes with a farm-to-table approach. They look to make the most of sustainable, artisanal and organic ingredients which have been sourced both locally and globally. Brunch dishes range from unique crab eggs benedict to stunning homemade chef’s crumpets, whilst A La Carte dishes include fresh stone bass and slow-cooked beef shin.

No matter whether you’re a vegetarian or a meat-eater, you’re sure to find something delicious at SIX and, if you’re dining for brunch, you can add a bottomless prosecco option every day of the week!

Bootleggers Bar & Grill, Hopeman

Up in the far north of Scotland is the Bootleggers Bar & Grill – a quaint little seaside-facing eatery offering fresh seafood and delicious sides. Tipped to soon be recognised by the Michelin guide, this spot is a well-kept secret by the locals and its location on a caravan park keeps it that little bit more secret.

A visit here is a must, no matter the time of year. In the summer months, make the most of the late summer nights sat overlooking the sea, whilst in the winter, get cosy indoors by the fire where, if you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the northern lights flickering above. The octopus carpaccio is a must-try, as is the seaweed butter with rosemary focaccia, all of which can be enjoyed as small plates with friends or try a few different options to experience different areas of the menu.

Issho, Leeds

Contemporary dining is all the rage and this trend shows no signs of slowing down when it comes to restaurants and bars. Inconspicuously hidden in Victoria Leeds – one of the leading shopping centres in Leeds – Issho (meaning ‘together’ in Japanese) is a stunning rooftop restaurant offering the very best in Japanese cuisine.

From set menus to afternoon tea, there are many different dishes to choose from no matter your budget or culinary preference. This is the perfect place for date night or catching up with friends, and thanks to the ample parking in Leeds as well as transport links, you can make the most of the extensive cocktail and mocktail menu.

 

 

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