Click here for all the venues listed in the printed guide. The list takes in a wealth of places from butchers and bakers, caffs to diners and restaurants with rooms and special-treat places. Alternatively, you can search below.

More Destinations
Click here for more destinations that we couldn't squeeze into The Good Food Ride.

Use this form to search all the destinations by region or post code.

by Region or by post code

Our culinary jaunts are a wonderful way to really immerse yourself in a region since food offers a quick and easy insight into the history, quirks and traditions of an area. Each one is a sort of guided tour, beginning with breakfast and ending with dinner with a handful of stop-offs in between. If you have a trip away planned this will give you the inside track but if not, it provides the perfect excuse to get away. It provides you with the opportunity to sample local delicacies and produce, stock up for the larder and see some beautiful countryside.

Click on the region of your preference. Each one contains a map with the stop-offs marked, together with written instructions that include suggested roads and things to look out for en route.

The North East
The North West
Northern Ireland
The East Midlands
The West Midlands
East Anglia
The South East
The South West

Competition Winners
There's no doubt that there are a whole host of other magical places to enjoy good food that we have not included in the guide. Over the last year, we invited people to share their experiences and recommendations.

Read the prize-winning articles.


Riddle and Finns Average rate: 5.0
Robin Mitchell of Soul Average rate: 5.0
The Anchorstone Café Average rate: 5.0
Maze Average rate: 5.0
L. Robson & Sons Ltd Average rate: 5.0

The Bell at Skenfrith
Frederick's of Chesterfield
The Oyster Shack
The Anchorstone Café
Fruitstock (Annual event taking place in August)