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Food and drink in Bedfordshire

There is no shortage of great places to eat and drink in Bedfordshire. Spanning all styles and cuisines. Bedfordshire’s eponymous dish is the Bedfordshire Clanger. A light pastry with both savoury and sweet filings, a meal on its own made and served today at Gunn’s Bakeries, Biggleswade, Sandy and Bedford.

Relax by the beautiful River Ouse at the renowned 18th Century Old Swan Hotel and enjoy the finest local and seasonal ingredients at their 2 AA Rosette River Room Restaurant, or treat yourself to afternoon tea in the grounds of Woburn Abbey. Afternoon Tea was popularised in the 1840s by Duchess Anna Maria, wife to the 7th Duke of Bedford. The Mansion House at Luton Hoo where the spectacular Werner Restaurant continues to forge an unrivalled reputation for creating exciting dishes with a modern twist offers a dining experience like no other.

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Hare and Hounds

The award-winning Hare & Hounds dining pub in the charming village of Old Warden combines a flavour of the traditional with a timeless and relaxed taste all of their own.

The Park Pub & Kitchen

Beautifully refurbished with a traditional wrap-around bar, spacious restaurant and relaxed conservatory.

Harpur Coffee Co.

Situated in the basement of the Harpur centre, they source only the best quality produce including Lavazza, Byron bay cookies, desserts from local Bakeries and homemade cakes.

The Plough at Bolnhurst

Menus pay due homage to the seasons. The wine list is impressive, although the Potton Village Bike bitter also remains popular.

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