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The Great Taste of Cheltenham: Our favourite restaurants in the town

Visit Cheltenham has teamed up with The Taste Plug, Cheltenham BID and local food bloggers to celebrate and share the very best places to eat and drink in the town.

With restaurants run by Masterchef finalists and eateries adorned with Michelin stars, Cheltenham Regency is familiar for its fine dining.

‘The Great Taste of Cheltenham’ has aimed to hand pick a few local favourites, as well as some hidden gems. They’re blogging the best continental restaurants, Sunday lunches, vegan food, cocktails and more around Cheltenham.

But what do we think? Some of our Unmasked reporters have given us a line on their favourite places to eat and drink in Cheltenham.

“The perfect little cafe filled with plants and gorgeous paintings.”

Terry ON Lilith cometh vegan cafe

“The five alls does an awesome twist on a classic Sunday roast. It’s got it all at the Five Alls.”


“Probably not suitable for the strictest of student budgets but it’s quaint and cosy – perfect for winter (and French food lovers)”

Emily – on petit coco

“It’s a lovely pub at the end of Bath Road, does classy dinners and great Sunday roasts, with plenty of space and outdoor seating.”

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“Kibou! Crazy good Japanese food and the cocktails are great too”

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”The cutest little courtyard. Two pizzas and a bottle of wine for twenty quid – it’s killer.”


“I like to get a mix of starters and sides to share with my friends to go with a couple cocktails at happy hour!”

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