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  • Up and coming Exeter

    Populated as Bath and Bristol is these days by nationally celebrated restaurants, top-pedigree chefs, a throng of menus that span all tastes and occasions and an engaged audience who pounce on all of the above as soon as mealtime rolls around,…
  • Crumbs picks: 12 reasons to visit Gloucester Road

    Probably the most famous road in the city, this stretch in North Bristol is a colourful hub of independent business, amongst which is a rich and ever-evolving collection of restaurants and bars. Here are just some of the reasons we heart the highly independent Gloucester Road…
  • Eating it up in Plymouth

    Melissa Stewart heads to Plymouth for the weekend, and discovers a thriving and exciting food scene...
  • Crumbs on tour: Kingham

    The largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK, the Cotswolds’ grassy carpet covers nearly 800 square miles. Among the rolling landscape are dotted centuries-old cottages and stately homes, most built from honey-coloured Cotswold stone, mined from the Jurassic…
  • How to eat and drink like a local in Totnes

    Totnes is effortlessly cool; chic bars and art galleries sit happily alongside charity shops and alternative therapy clinics. Unlike Glastonbury, which is unashamedly New Age, Totnes fuses hippy counterculture with middle class money. It feels a bit like Bristol but…
  • Cotswolds foodie breaks

    Sunnies? Check. Overnight bag? Check? Big appetite? Always. Time to make the weekends longer by stretching out a slap-up meal into a mini foodie break Yes there are some wonderful places to eat in the Cotswolds – we bang on…