365 Great Things About Staffordshire - Places to eat in Staffordshire
From fine dining restaurants to relaxed brasseries, and friendly pubs to welcoming tea rooms, our county is full of fantastic places to eat and drink.
Choose from mouth-watering menus and fusions from innovative chefs, savour some traditional British fayre, or experience famous local delicacies like the Staffordshire oatcake.
Scoff a delicious home-made cake, washed down with a refreshing blend in an award-winning coffee shop.
Or take your time and savour afternoon tea in a quintessentially English tea room.
Sample one of our tasty tipples in a friendly hostelry, wherever you are in the county, whether you’re beside a stunning, peaceful waterway, in a quaint country village, or in the heart of a bustling city centre.
Thanks to Enjoy Staffordshire for this information and some great additional ideas from them about where to eat in Staffordshire on their website.
Taste of Staffordshire
Keep an eye open too for the Taste of Staffordshire quality marque when eating out in the county.
Any food & drink business which displays the logo has passed a rigorous assessment of their food and customer service from qualified, independent inspectors, so they are among the very best that Staffordshire has to offer.
There's a great calendar of tasty food festivals aswell - too many too mention here. But The Stone Food & Drink Festival and Lichfield Food Festival and Stafford Cheese and Ale Festival are definitely highlights.
Another good source of info about Great Staffordshire food is ' Staffordshire Sauce', which also features some mouthwatering photography of top Staffordshire restaurants and eateries.
Their magazine is by foodies and for foodies, it showcases some of the best chefs, restaurants, bars, cafés and pubs to be found across our diverse county. They feature reviews and recipes as well as interviews and industry insight.
Their goal is to raise the profile of Staffordshire’s thriving food and drink scene and the passionate people who are driving it forward.
Follow them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to stay up-to-date between editions.
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