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Authentic cusine and charming hospitality combine at C and W’s African Experience on the outskirts of Gloucester city centre.

C and W's African Experience restaurant review

A diamond in the rough destination for foodies in the know, C and W’s African Experience is not only Gloucester’s...

The iconic staircase is not the only thing that has remained at Hotel du Vin Cheltenham Bistro.

Hotel du Vin Cheltenham Bistro review

Four years since opening, sees whether Hotel du Vin Cheltenham Bistro has lost any of its youthful vigour. joins in on an evening cookery class at Harts Barn Cookery School.

Harts Barn Cookery School review

With so many new Gloucestershire venues clamouring for a slice of the cookery school action, dons an apron to find...

Intimate and inimitable, Cafe Rene’s restaurant is popular with Gloucester diners for more than one good reason.

Cafe Rene review

Ska music, strong pints and some of the best food we’ve ever eaten in Gloucester made for an inimitable evening at Cafe Rene’s...

The modern decor at the refurbished Parkers Restaurant reflects a decidely contemporary menu.

Parkers Restaurant review

SoGlos set out to discover whether gastronomic substance lives up to exquisite style at the pretty in pink refurbished Parkers...

The newly re-opened The Parrot Bar and Grill provides a range of sizzling steaks Cheltenham can be proud of.

Parrot Bar and Grill review

The Parrot Bar and Grill has taken its makeover seriously indeed, with an impressive speciality steak menu that will have Cheltenham...

Hearty portions of classic favourites makes The Whitminster Inn’s English restaurant a popular destination.

The Whitminster Inn Restaurant review

Complete with on-trend fishy delights and portion sizes to challenge even the biggest of appetites, reveals the...

The Daffodil’s Josper grill will see steak fans flocking to the already popular Cheltenham restaurant.

The Daffodil restaurant review

Not content with its enviable reputation for fine dining, art deco opulence and even jazz, The Daffodil in Cheltenham has now...

The Montpellier Chapter Restaurant’s open theatre kitchen gives diners an element of entertainment with dinner.

The Montpellier Chapter Restaurant review

With resident socialites, modern art and iPads, feared The Montpellier Chapter Restaurant might prove more style...

Cowley Manor’s pretty as a picture picnicking is surely one of the county’s best.

Cowley Manor picnic review

Forget soggy sandwiches and sub-standard scotch eggs, the humble British picnic has been taken to a stylish new level at Cowley...

Ha Ha Cheltenham comes complete with super staff, sensational desserts, and a swish new makeover.

Ha Ha Cheltenham review

Cheltenham’s recently re-opened Ha Ha Bar and Grill manages to crack a smile, while maintaining an effortlessly swish atmosphere...

A carnivorous treat was discovered at The New Inn at Coln St Aldwyns, in the Cotswolds.

The New Inn Restaurant review

The urban-dwelling SoGlos team sought out a taste of the country at The New Inn Restaurant in the Cotswolds, with the seasonal...

The tantalising tapas proved a temptation at La Tasca Cheltenham.

La Tasca Cheltenham restaurant review

Enticed by its new healthy menu, avoiding the devilish tapas temptations proved harder than bargained for at the surprisingly...

Zizzi Cheltenham’s undeniably stunning venue was let down by the food and service on’s visit to the Italian restaurant.

Zizzi Cheltenham restaurant review

There were sub-zero temperatures outside and teeth-chattering gusts of wind inside, but it was the tepid food and frosty service...

The Oliver Cromwell Paddlewheeler provides great views over the Docks and a unique dining experience.

Oliver Cromwell Paddlewheeler restaurant review settled in for a ship-shaped Showboat Night at Gloucester Docks aboard the Oliver Cromwell Paddlewheeler – a floating...

Head chef, and owner, Donald Cartwright has created a unique experience at Colley’s Supper Rooms in Lechlade.

Colleys Lechlade review

Colleys Lechlade is a theatrical show-stopper, with lashings of drama and mountains of desserts all making for an outstanding... puts waterside restaurant The Wharf House in Gloucester to the test.

The Wharf House review

A few years after our first visit, SoGlos once again sets out to discover whether waterside eatery The Wharf House lives up...

Pino’s Ristorante in Lechlade proved a lip-smackingly authentic slice of Italian cuisine in the heart of the Cotswolds.

Pino’s Ristorante review

Unassuming, unpretentious and utterly cliché-free, thanks to its authentic and excellently-executed menu Pino’s Ristorante... puts Hatherley Manor’s Dewinton Restaurant to the taste test.

The Dewinton Restaurant review

With lightning speed, local ingredients and a lavish name, SoGlos discovers bigger really is better at Hatherley Manor Hotel’s...

The elegant Hotel du Vin Bistro in Cheltenham certainly left an impression.

Hotel du Vin Bistro Cheltenham review

The wine list at Hotel du Vin Bistro in Cheltenham is enough to bring a wistful smile to the lips of connoisseurs from across... puts Cheltenham Regency Hotel’s AA-rosette winning restaurant to the test.

The Regency Restaurant review

With an elaborate menu screaming for attention, an acclaimed chef, and millions lavished on refurbishments The Regency Restaurant...

An illuminated choice in terms of both location and cuisine, Spice Lodge in Cheltenham is popular for a very good reason.

Spice Lodge review

Satisfying fans of both Indian and Thai cuisine under one roof was never going to be easy. dined at Spice Lodge...’s court appearance proves to be a feast in the heart of the Forest of Dean.

Verderer’s Court review

SoGlos takes a walk on the wild side, at The Speech House Hotel’s historic Verderer’s Court restaurant in the heart of the...

Parkers the Brasserie was nothing short of a true occasion for

Parkers the Brasserie review

For this foodie at least, restaurant dining rooms can all too often be middle of the row; unimaginative, unsurprising...

Forget two stars, Le Champignon Sauvage Restaurant in Cheltenham gets a full house of 10 from

Le Champignon Sauvage Restaurant review

It wasn’t just David Everitt-Matthias’ cooking that created a constant stream of surprises during our trip to Cheltenham’s...

Sebz Restaurant proves a very welcome addition to Gloucester.

Sebz Restaurant review

While the bottom end of Northgate Street in Gloucester might not be the first place you would head to eat out, discovers...

Cheltenham’s best kept Bangladeshi secret, Curry Corner, is well worth seeking out.

Curry Corner Restaurant review

Hidden away in a quiet corner of town, Curry Corner proved that you might have to hunt for exceptional Indian cuisine in Cheltenham,...

A warm, international welcome awaits at Merlot Brasserie.

Merlot Brasserie review

Merlot Brasserie may be situated in the heart of Cheltenham, but the intimate restaurant serves a globe-trotting blend of bold...

Marrying tradition with modern sophistication, The Restaurant at Cowley Manor is on to a winning formula.

The Restaurant at Cowley Manor review

As The Restaurant at Cowley Manor proved, it is the destination and not the journey that counts when it comes to fine dining.

Nestled within Suffolk Parade, Brosh is one Cheltenham eatery that’s well worth making a trip off the beaten track for.

Brosh review

Boasting a sublime menu of ‘Eastern Mediterranean’ cuisine, with fine Gloucestershire-sourced ingredients whipped-up by a chef...

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