Foodie breaks and holidays

Two people enjoying food and drink at Baba G's Food Stall in Pop Brixton, London.

Follow your tastebuds around the country and discover new tastes on a food and drink break in England. Discover award-winning wines and vineyards; treat yourself at Michelin star restaurants up and down the country; or try some of England's local delicacies like hot out of the oven cornish pasties or freshly caught seafood on the coast. Whatever foodie break you desire, England is sure to have you covered.

There’s also the long-standing history of beverages in England, and a host of breweries, gastro pubs, and distilleries to explore. You can try your hand at making your own cider, beer, or even gin. There’s even some more exotic options with things like chocolate and bread made from beer.

Two people enjoying food and drink at Baba G's Food Stall in Pop Brixton, London.

Follow your tastebuds around the country and discover new tastes on a food and drink break in England. Discover award-winning wines and vineyards; treat yourself at Michelin star restaurants up and down the country; or try some of England's local delicacies like hot out of the oven cornish pasties or freshly caught seafood on the coast. Whatever foodie break you desire, England is sure to have you covered.

There’s also the long-standing history of beverages in England, and a host of breweries, gastro pubs, and distilleries to explore. You can try your hand at making your own cider, beer, or even gin. There’s even some more exotic options with things like chocolate and bread made from beer.

Follow your tastebuds around the country and discover new tastes on a food and drink break in England. Discover award-winning wines and vineyards; treat yourself at Michelin star restaurants up and down the country; or try some of England's local delicacies like hot out of the oven cornish pasties or freshly caught seafood on the coast. Whatever foodie break you desire, England is sure to have you covered.

There’s also the long-standing history of beverages in England, and a host of breweries, gastro pubs, and distilleries to explore. You can try your hand at making your own cider, beer, or even gin. There’s even some more exotic options with things like chocolate and bread made from beer.

High angle close up of woman holding bowl of food, Baltic Market, Stanhope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK.

7 foodie hotspots for autumn

Eat like a local at one of these seven foodie hotspots, found up and down the country. Ideal for an autumn weekend break, these local delicacies are sure to get your mouth watering.

Traditional fish and chips with mushy peas at Miller's in Haxby

11 of England's best seafood restaurants

Freshly caught and packed with taste - these seafood restaurants help bring England's coastal highlights (from crab pasties to traditional fish suppers) to life.

9 delicious craft beers

8 best beers from London and beyond

Quirky breweries and tasty craft beers aren't exclusive to England's major cities - bold and refreshing flavours can be found up and down the country.

Best food festivals in UK

Autumn's tastiest food festivals

Celebrate the tastes and smells of autumn food season at one of these fine festivals, found in scenic cities like York and Manchester or quieter country escapes like Melton Mowbray.

Vineyards to visit in the summer

England's best vineyards for the summer

Award-winning wines can be found on this side of the Channel too - discover England's best whites and reds at a vineyard or wine tasting experience near you.

Odiham is a historic market town in Hampshire, and has a weekly food market, and regularly hosts speciality farmer's markets. A busy market square. Stalls and people.

Find food markets and experiences near you

Find local food markets near you and discover exciting new tastes or pick up some high quality ingredients for yourself and add something new into your own recipes.

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