There's bog-standard pub grub galore in Wooler, but for a bit more flavour, head for this small takeaway-restaurant that does spicy Indian and Bangladeshi dishes.
Located partially within the 15th-century Hotspur Tower (known locally as the Bondgate Tower), this bright, sharp-edged restaurant/art gallery offers simple but flavoursome combos such as salmon in white wine and pesto sauce, and chicken breast with wild mushrooms and tarragon. Ingredients are locally picked, caught and reared wherever possible.
Near Market Sq, this is the place to go for a traditional giant beef stottie (round loaf) sluiced down with a yard of real ale. B&B available (£30).
This decent brasserie-style restaurant has Continental dishes to complement the local fare, which means there's something for everyone.
From the hearty all-day breakfast through to homemade pies for lunch and the likes of gammon and pineapple in the evening, this place specialises in English cuisine – nothing fancy, but very good.