If you're fed up with handing over your hard earned cash at the end of a very average or indeed exceptionally poor meal this is the book for you. Sawday's Pubs and Inns lets you eat out in confidence. This very selective guide brings to you the very best Pubs and Inns that England has to offer.
As with all of Sawday's guides this is a pleasure to sit down a have a good read through. Your mouth begins to tingle, then salivate and before you know it you're chewing on an imaginary main-course. It is an extremely well written guide, illustrated throughout, and the maps give an excellent overview of where these gems can be found.
If eating out is important to you this should be the number one guide sitting on your bookshelf. It's always up-to-date so you don't suffer from the excellent pubs that have changed hands and are now less Raymond Blanc and more Ronald MacDonald.
All the Pubs that we've visited have excellent character alongside quality food, superbly cooked and a great selection of beers and wines. It's unlikely that you'll find your local in the guide, as only the very best are featured, but if you do consider yourself very very fortunate!