Eating out locally is easy!
There are lots of places serving good food in our area - we are quite spoilt!
Here are just a few of the places nearby - check out their website for menus and prices.
Many places are very popular and it is worth ringing to book a table!
And....... if you don't want to drink and drive. Why not book a taxi to collect and return you to the farm!
Traditional country pub by the river Teme in the quaint village of Leintwardinge. Bar and Restaurant. It has a garden and children's play area.
Michelin starred country pub - situated in the quiet village of Titley. Very popular so might need to book in advance. Good food and genuine local ales.
Situated in nearby Bucknell the Baron has a wide menu - large groups can book the conservatory to eat together.
In the heart of Knighton, this old pub has both a restaurant and a bar. Popular with locals and visitors alike.
In the village of Wigmore, a restored 16th century coaching inn serving fresh seasonal food and local ales.
Knighton's takeaway and restaurant - not licensed but you can take you own alcohol. Meal deal nights very popular. See Trip Advisor's reviews.
Located by The Ludlow Food centre, The Clive offers a range of menus using fresh local produce.
Recently opened in Knighton a "contemporary pub" - do look at the menus on their website. Regular Tapas night and local ales.
A bit further affield but on the way to or on the way back from Shrewsbury this traditional Pub is worth dropping into for a pint and some food.
And, if you are out and about and just want a quick coffee or snack!
There are so many places you might like to try and so many new places "popping up" that we might have missed somewhere out - so just let us know when you have enjoyed and we can add them to the list.
The Ludlow Food centre is constantly expanding. Located just outside Ludlow with plenty of parking you can not only buy good food to take home with you but sample the food in both the cafe and kitchen restaurant.
Traditional British tearoom in the beautiful village of Pembridge. The tea room, villlage shop including local beer and cider is located in a 500year old listed building. See the cake pictures on their Facebook page and you'll be making a detour for a tera 'n' cake!
If you are in Clun, one of the local villages Housman refers to as "the quiestest places under the sun", then do call into this traditional cafe and taste their home-cooked fayre. Family, dog and wheelchair friendly.
This delightful little cafe is hidden away in Ludlow. It serves food both day and night in a rather quirky Bohemian atmosphere. Vegetarians will love the menu and non-vegetarians will find themselves looked after too! Although they don't have their own website follow the link or look on Trip Advisor for reviews.
Even if you are not visiting the cheese making in Kingsland you can drop by for a light lunch or quick coffee and cake. The Cafe and Shop sell their own cheeses too.
Not far away in Presteigne you can find Morrocan cuisine! A deli and cafe in one - follow the link to see the reviews of this unuseful find.
Unusally located on the Presteigne Industrial Estate. After you have visited the galleries you might like to sample the cafe menu, which uses local produce. There is relaxed seating and a courtyard garden, Children and dogs welcome.
Located in Church Stretton "the perfect place for a catch up with friends, breakfast lunch or afternoon tea".
Ideal if you are in Pembridge, you will find this lovely cafe "We sell freshly made food available to eat in or take away, our ethically sourced coffee is single estate Arabica beans freshly ground for every cup!"
Located in the Queenswood on Dinmore Hill you will find this friendly family run cafe - ideal for take out or eat in. Perfect for when you've enjoyed a walk around the lovely arboretum or watching your children play in the park.
Or if you fancy a takeaway!
Located in Leintwardine you can place your order and pay online.
Bangladesh takeaway in Knighton.
And, if you are ever in London! Ok it's not very local!!
If you fancy an evening trip down the Grand Union canal on the Prince Regent with a seafood supper too - then take a look at the London Shell Company