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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN


L EWI S LOV E S ’ TOP FIVE PL ACES TO DINE OUT


LewisLoves.com is a Cotswolds and South West lifestyle blog run by Adam and Sarah Lewis, sharing the very best the area has to offer. “Food is a particular passion of ours, and we can't wait to share our hidden gems with you. You can also follow us over on Twitter @adamlewisloves and Instagram @sarahlewisloves for foodie inspiration and much more besides."


The internationally renowned Cheltenham Jazz Festival runs from the 2nd – 7th May and whilst we know it’s all about the music, it’s a great excuse to dine out with friends too. Cheltenham has some absolutely brilliant spots to indulge, so we’ve picked out some of our favourites for you to enjoy.


The White Spoon


Here are LewisLoves’ top five places to eat during the Festival…


1. The Daffodil 18-20 Suffolk Parade With its art deco aesthetic and authentic jazz bar atmosphere, The Daffodil is an obvious choice for those seeking something a little bit special. Head Chef Tom Rains’ carefully curated menu is varied and enticing, whilst the cocktails are fabulous and inventive. Plus, if you’re a fan of Sherlock you’ll know this place already, as it previously featured in an episode. It’s also host to several Jazz Festival events this year, including food critic Jay Rayner and his jazz quartet.


2. Koj 3 Regent Street If you’ve not heard of Koj yet then you need to listen up. This is Japanese food at its absolute best. The brainchild of Masterchef finalist Andrew Kojima, you can enjoy pokedon, hirata buns, ramen and so much more. It’s so good, on fully booked nights we’ve even chosen to stay for taster plates eaten at the bar upstairs rather than miss out. Jay Rayner is a big fan too.


Koj


The Tavern


3. The Tavern 5 Royal Well Place Burgers, fiery meatballs and the most incredible banana split; if you’re looking for a more relaxed vibe, the Tavern is the place for you. After a revamp late last year, it’s back and better than ever. Go for the burgers, stay for the beer.


4 The Ox 10 Cambray Place A brilliantly inventive cocktail menu accompanies the tastiest steak around, cooked to perfection on a josper grill. The Ox is one of the best additions to Cheltenham in recent years and is a must for meat lovers. Check out their deep fried pig’s head for a real treat!


5 The White Spoon 8 Well Walk A hidden treasure serving seriously good food; you could probably tell that head chef Chris has worked with Heston Blumenthal given the exciting and varied menu. Thankfully, he’s dialled it down a notch though, so your meal is unlikely to invoke memories of a science lesson gone wrong. The set lunch menu offers incredible value at £15 for three courses.


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