Le Champignon Sauvage
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Le Champignon Sauvage information
For nearly 30 years, this two-Michelin-starred Cheltenham institution has been delighting visitors and locals alike with chef David Everitt-Matthias' finely executed dishes and imaginative flavour combinations. We're not alone in thinking it's Gloucestershire's best restaurant. The set lunch and dinner menus (two/three courses £26/32; dinner Tuesday to Friday only) are good value.