Tucked away in the small village of Elderfield, near Gloucester, in England's South West, this family-run pub was made for cosying up after frosty morning rambles during the winter months. It sits just 25 people for lunch and dinner so be sure to book in advance for inventive rural fare such as grilled octopus with pork dumpling, roasted loin of Fallow deer and pistachio and raspberry macarons. All food is lovingly made by James Winter – sole chef and co-owner of the pub alongside his wife Elizabeth Winter – using fresh, seasonal produce from surrounding farms and suppliers.
Along with The Butcher's Arms, there are 43 new entries in this year's Michelin Eating Out In Pubs Guide including The Coach in Marlow, which received a bib gourmand. This non-bookable pub is run by Tom Kerridge who also owns the only Two-Starred pub in the guide, The Hand and Flowers. Here's the full list of new entries by county:
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