Le Champignon Sauvage
Statue of Edward Wilson
Opposite the Municipal Offices, built as private residences in 1825, is a Statue of Edward Wilson, a local man who joined Captain...
A local favourite with a mixed following, this traditional pub is always busy but still manages to feel like a great place to chill out....
A perennial favourite, the Daffodil is as loved for its top-notch modern British brasserie-style food as for its flamboyant...
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Lonely Planet review
For nearly a quarter of a century this Cheltenham institution has been delighting visitors and locals alike with chef David’s finely executed dishes and inspired (ans sometimes unlikely seeming) flavour pairings (such as the chocolate and olive tart with fennel ice cream or the cured pigeon breast with fig compote). Somehow, it all works beautifully. Worth every penny.