Foodie heaven - from field to fork
Crisp. Juicy. Sweet. Rich. Moreish. They’re just a handful of superlatives you’ll hear people use to describe the fine food and drink created from quality Herefordshire local produce; from Ross-on-Wye in the Wye Valley to Leominster and Mortimer Country, from Kington and the Golden Valley to Bromyard, Ledbury and the Malvern Hills. And at the hub of it all, Hereford City.
Whether it’s our world renowned beef, spring asparagus, summer cider and apple juice or winter root veg, you’ll find the origin of produce proudly displayed on menus at hotels, restaurants, pubs and cafes across our county.
While you're in the county you'd be mad to miss out visiting our Cider Route - view our leaflet for more information on the history, information, producers and a suggested route of cider in Herefordshire.
It’s a tantalising way to explore Herefordshire – through it’s food, drink and local producers. The region is rich in local produce and you can spend days travelling around and sampling the many delights the area has to offer.
Herefordshire is overflowing with pubs from traditional to contemporary. Whether you would like a charming country pub with a roaring log fire or perhaps a riverside location, Herefordshire has it!
Dine in style at some of Herefordshire’s best restaurants. With something for even the most discerning palate, you will find dining a difficult decision to make.
Herefordshire’s tearooms and coffee shops offer everything from traditional tea and scones right through to delicious light bites. Whether a meeting point for friends or perhaps just a break from a heavy retail therapy session, Herefordshire has something for you.