There are many delightful places to eat in Chipping Campden which in the past was a thriving and very wealthy market wool town. It now boasts one of the most popular villages with tourists in the Cotswolds. If you are looking for places to eat in Chipping Campden then there is a good selection of restaurants, tea shops and Chipping Campden pubs to enjoy.
Whether you’re mooching around the old market town for an afternoon of sightseeing or spending a special weekend relaxing in the Cotswolds with Cotswold Charm, there are so many places to eat in Chipping Campden that you can enjoy. Many dining options can be found along the main high street and all serve up a combination of food you won’t see anywhere else. A variety of cuisine options awaits those who explore this charming community, including dishes from across the globe! All eateries are within a short walking distance from the main car park in the centre of the town and offer a range of high-quality food to suit every budget.
A Selection of Places to Eat in Chipping Campden
Below you will find a selection of places to eat in Chipping Campden to help you with your stay in the Cotswolds. Included, is also the distance from Cotswold Charm, so you can see how places are to your holiday doorstep. We recommend booking a table in advance to make sure you can experience the delicious, local cuisine.
The Maharaja (Indian Restaurant)
0.3 Miles: The Volunteer Inn, Lower High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6DY
A friendly, locals’ pub with dartboard, TV screens showing the latest sport and offering the cheapest beer in town!! The Maharaja Indian restaurant serves excellent Indian cuisine and is housed behind the Volunteer.
A wonderful culinary experience of Pan Asian cuisine awaits you at the Maharaja Restaurant, a jewel in the Cotswold. Located at the Volunteer Inn within Chipping Campden, the Maharaja serves fabulous Indian food, quality wines and real ales.
The Maharaja’s menu contains mainly traditional firm favourites, but additionally, there are some new and exciting dishes that can be created especially for you by our chef.
All dishes prepared at Maharaja Restaurant have fine regard for remaining true to the methods and tastes of their origin, using only the finest ingredients and authentic spices.
All staff are pleased to be at your service and assure you of their dedication to the enjoyment of your meal whilst dining at the Maharaja Indian Restaurant.
Tel: 01386 840688
0.3 Miles: The Old Bakehouse, Lower High St, Chipping Campden, GL55 6DZ
A family-run sandwich shop & cafe in Chipping Campden. Serving delicious handmade breakfasts, lunches, snacks & cakes to eat in or take away. Everyday delicious food or catering for your private function.
Tel: 01386 840 401
The Red Lion Tavern
0.4 Miles: Lower High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AS
A popular, traditional Cotswold pub serving pub food and great Sunday roasts. A warm welcome awaits you at The Red Lion Tavern, Chipping Campden – the home of Scoff Kitchen. They believe it is important to understand where their food comes from and the journey it takes from farm to fork.
For this reason, they ensure their meat is sourced from free-range Cotswold County livestock and direct from the farmer where possible. The menu is freshly prepared in the kitchen where cross contamination may occur and menu descriptions do not include all ingredients.
Full allergen information is available upon request. If you have a question about food allergies or intolerance please let them know before placing your order.
0.4 Miles: Cambrook Court, Chipping Campden GL55 6AT
Set within a courtyard of select businesses and boutique shops in Cambrook Court, Da Stefania recreates the authentic Italian flavours and tastes that transport you instantly from the Cotswolds to Italy.
Da Stefania is a fabulous Licensed Italian Café conveniently located off the High Street in one of Cotswold’s most popular and historic market towns, Chipping Campden.
Pop in and say Ciao and sample true Italian hospitality in the heart of the Cotswolds at Cafe Da Stefania.
The place to be whether “mangiare fuori” during those beautiful sunny days, “mangiare dentro” in the warmth of café Da Stefania or “porta via” to enjoy at home or work
Serving tea, coffees, soft drinks & licensed for alcohol, focaccia, bruschetta, salad, soup, cakes and biscuits to eat in or take out. An Italian café offering street food and more!! Eat in or takeaway. Focaccia, pizza, soup, sandwiches, biscuits and cakes. Hot and cold drinks.
Tel: 01386 841248
0.4 Miles: 6 High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AT
A lovely bakery in Chipping Campden selling sandwiches, cakes and more.
Tel: 01386 840537
Fillet & Bone
0.4 Miles: High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AT
Inside a centuries’-old butchers, Fillet & Bone is a dazzling urban farm shop and food emporium selling exceptional food and drink sourced from the Cotswolds’ finest artisan producers, along with beautiful culinary giftware.
They share their suppliers’ passion for quality and seasonality, supporting responsible, sustainable farming and fishing methods while keeping food miles to an absolute minimum.
They have hand-picked the very best farmers, growers and producers from across the Cotswolds for Fillet & Bone. Suppliers that they trust.
From rare-breed meat to the freshest seasonal vegetables, artisan cheeses to stone-baked bread, sublime charcuterie to hand-baked cakes, amazing oils and vinegar and perfect pies and pastries, their shelves are full of amazing deli goods.
On certain days there’ll be fish, too, straight from the Cornish day boat fleet – and on your plate less than 24 hours after it was caught.
Tel: 01386 849093
Noel Arms Hotel
0.5 Miles: High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AT
Welcome to the Noel Arms Hotel – one of the oldest Cotswold inns and steeped in history. They even say that Charles II stayed here during the English Civil War.
Things are a bit more relaxed these days. You can put your feet up in front of the log fire in the bar, read the papers and treat yourself to a homemade cake in the excellent coffee shop, as well as enjoying the restaurant and bar, which features the very best produce from the Cotswolds.
Plus you can’t leave without trying one of Chef Indunil’s famous curries – so good that he has been named Best Pub Curry Chef Award at the Great British Pub Food Awards on three occasions!
Food at The Noel Arms is traditional and prepared from only the best local produce. The menu is available in the Restaurant, Conservatory and Dover’s Bar with many much-loved English dishes and the occasional international influence.
There is a curry night on the last Thursday of every month – £17.50 per person for a two-course curry menu and a pint of beer or small glass of house wine.
Jazz Sunday Lunch – every 1st Sunday of the month 12pm to 3pm
Curry Nights – every last Thursday of the month, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Dining times: 12pm to 3pm and 6.30pm to 9:30pm daily
A light sandwich and soup menu is served daily between 3pm and 6.30pm
Breakfast is served for non-residents from 7.30am – 9.30am weekdays and from 8am until 10am at weekends.
At the Noel Arms, there is an informal coffee shop open from 9am and serving drinks throughout the day. Relax with the papers over a steaming cappuccino, latte, espresso, an infusion tea or a mug of hot chocolate, and treat yourself to a selection of irresistible pastries, biscuits, and many homemade cakes. In winter the open fire will be lit, while in summer you can take your coffee onto the sunny terrace. A great way to unwind.
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Tel: 01386 840317
Cotswold House Hotel & Spa
Upper High Street, The Square, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AN
Cotswold House Hotel is in the very heart of Chipping Campden; a central location that provides excellent access to the surrounding Cotswolds as well as to the town proper. With its elegant high street and superb independent shops, Chipping Campden offers a wealth of exploratory opportunities for the curious tourist and the savvy shopper alike, as well as being the gateway to the various historic houses, gardens and chocolate box villages just a short drive away. You may see The Noel Arms first – straight opposite. Kerbside parking is free throughout the town.
Being in the town centre means that it is not hard to find, and is located right next to a pay-and-display car park. Don’t worry though; you won’t have to pay during your stay. Simply get your 20-minutes-free-parking ticket, hand your bags to one of the friendly staff and then move your car to our free on-site car park.
FIG. Lounge: There are 2 spaces within Fig, the first over-looking the High Street to the front and the other space looks out onto the garden to the rear. The space is available to use for morning coffee, afternoon tea, and as a lounge for snacks and pre dinner drinks or cocktails.
BISTRO ON THE SQUARE: Venture into the Bistro for a chance to socialise and unwind. The day starts here, where guests are served breakfasts. Here, you can enjoy your morning coffee, lunch, dinner and of course, gin – over 70 varieties to choose from.
In the summer months, venture outside for al fresco dining lunch or drinks. In the winter, of course, we light the fire.
A range of cocktails and martinis as well as a great range of wines are served by the glass.
Lunch is served 12-3 pm, 7 days a week. Dinner is served 6-9 pm, 7 days a week.
Well behaved dogs are welcome, please respect other diners by keeping them off the furniture and taking them out if they’re yapping.
AFTERNOON TEA: Traditional yet modern, the afternoon tea offers an unforgettable tasting experience. You can expect to enjoy loose leaf teas, dainty sandwiches and seasonal menus; all complete with locally made teapots and Robert Welch silverware. What could be better than Afternoon Tea overlooking one of Cotswold’s most beautiful High Streets, Chipping Campden, with the log fire in the winter or escape to the seclusion of the gardens in the summer?
At Cotswold House, there is nothing better to accentuate an afternoon tea than a scenic landscape. Nestled in the heart of the Chipping Campden, in a prime location for picturesque views of the Cotswold limestone and the surrounding countryside.
Tel: 01386 840330
0.5 Miles: Woolmarket House, High Street, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6AG
A small Mediterranean restaurant serving predominantly Greek food. Lovely outside area for when the sun shines.
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold town of Chipping Campden, next to the old Woolmarket, you will find Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant. Chef & Restaurateur Michael Alexiou bought Woolmarket House in 1986 and transformed it into the charming and unique restaurant it is today. The building dates from circa 1720 and features two magnificent inglenook fireplaces.
Dine in relaxed surroundings with the warm ambience of open fires in the winter or on the pretty terrace in the summer. You will be offered traditional Greek cuisine, complemented by modern, Mediterranean dishes. From an array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish, seafood and seasonal daily specials, to the renowned “Marathona” fillet steaks; all ingredients are locally-sourced where possible.
Tel: 01386 840826
0.5 Miles: High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6HB
Bantam Tea Rooms take great pride in selecting only the finest locally sourced produce available within the Cotswolds. From start to finish their bakers lovingly handcraft a wide selection or sweets & treats for your satisfaction.
They want you to not only enjoy the Bantam on your visit but to be able to take a piece of it home with you – whether it be cake, jam or chutney. You can enjoy the taste of the Bantam wherever and whenever you please.
All food is home-baked, made or prepared fresh on the premises. Food & drink is available to take away and if you have enjoyed the homemade Jams & Chutneys please ask the staff as these are also available to purchase. All food is cooked fresh and to order. This allows them to provide the quality you expect.
The Bantam building is over 300 years old and has a long and interesting history. It was built in 1693 in the time of the Stuarts, William III and Mary II, when it was known as the Guild House. Little is known about the place for the next 200 years but by the early 1900s it had become Grandfather Izod’s Dairy. In 1919 it became a butchers shop run by Thomas William Hopkins, a beef and pork butcher. It continued as a butchers shop until the Second World War and the old butcher’s rail can still be seen in the tea room. In 1947 the Stansfield family arrived, setting up an antique shop on the premises. The Stansfields moved on at the end of 1949 and by the early 1950s the first eating place had been established in the building.
The name ‘Bantam’ was derived from a hotel across the road known as ‘The Golden Cockerel’, which was instrumental in establishing the first Bantam Tea Rooms here – hence the golden cockerel perched on top of the Bantam Tea Rooms sign. The 1960s was a famous era for The Bantam when it was run by Miss Betty Brock and her waitresses known as The Bantam Babes.
Tel: 01386 840386
Da Luigi Bistro
0.5 Miles: Old Kings Arms, High Street, Chipping Campden GL55 6HB
A family run Italian bistro, serving honest food & drinks. Serving sharing antipasti boards, tapas & individual starters, thin-crispy base pizza, pasta & ravioli, weekly fish & meat specials. What they serve here, in their home, it’s what they like to cook, eat & drink themselves. Buon appetito!
Tel: 01386 840934
0.6 Miles: High Street Chipping Campden GL55 6AG
Toke’s is an independent food & wine retailer whose history can be traced back a long way indeed! It is your friendly, off-beat antidote to the gentrified rural foodhall, with prices to match.
No fancy packaging, no crispy uniforms, just pure unadulterated taste, fun and funky music. Every day. The wine list is utterly brilliant (they would say that) and is bursting with stunning bottles from all over the world. You can find out a lot more about them all from their regular events throughout the year too, where you can meet with suppliers and vineyard owners, local and from the other side of the globe.
Tokes stocks amazing cheeses from all over the world, including those from their very own doorstep, Rollright, named after the famous stones and the renowned Stinking Bishop are two of our most local cheeses. From vintage Gouda through to an Epoisse so runny and smelly it almost leaves the shop of its own accord, they will have a cheese for you to get obsessed about. If you like, they can help you pair it with some amazing wine too.
They hold events throughout the year, wine tastings, gin tastings, music, food and all sorts. Some of them with local producers, some with growers from the other side of the world, and others with friends and customers of the shop. If you’d like to be included on the invite list, you can email them and they will add your details to their mailing and wine lists or simply follow them on Facebook to keep up to date with the dates.
You can now buy a range of delicious stock online.
A quality deli offering British & European food and speciality wine. Fabulous home-cooked ready meals to heat at home.
Tel: 01386 849345
0.6 Miles: High Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6HB
Maylams Delicatessen in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, is a delicatessen that offers gourmet food, gift hampers, Italian food, French food and wine.
Tel: 01386 840903
0.6 Miles: High Street, Chipping Campden GL55 6HB
A period, family-run Cotswold pub. Great Sunday roasts. Good food and plenty of it! Whether you are in Chipping Campden on business or for pleasure The Lygon Arms Hotel, located in the heart of Chipping Campden, on the High Street, is the perfect 4-star Inn from which to explore everything Chipping Campden has to offer.
The Lounge bar offers diners a modern style menu featuring traditional British favourites complemented by more contemporary and imaginative dishes to tempt any palate. From delicious lunches and fabulous dinners or pre Cotswold Walk drink and our traditional afternoon teas, it really is one of the best restaurants in the Chipping Campden area.
The Lounge bar serves our afternoon tea every day between 1pm – 6pm. There is nothing more British than Afternoon Tea. Experience a tradition dating back to the 1840’s when this afternoon treat was first introduced in England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford.
The Lygon Arms Hotel is fully committed to providing food from locally produced sources wherever possible which helps support British farms and producers. Bits & Pieces Takeaway is the Lygon’s takeaway service available Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between the hours of 12:00pm and 7:30pm, serving Homemade Pies/Fish and Chips, various side orders and desserts by pre-order.
Bits & Pieces is their little shop at the Lygon Arms. If you live in Chipping Campden or are just visiting, you will always find something in our shop to tempt you.
The Lygon Arms is the oldest Coaching Inn in Chipping Campden with trading records dating back to the 16th Century. Originally called the “White Hart” derived from Richard II’s heraldic symbol. The name was changed to “The George” during the reign of James I (1603-1625). In 1772 there is a reference to the Inn then called “The Hare and Hounds” and was sold in 1821 by John Stanley.
There is some confusion over the date that the name became “The Lygon Arms”, However, in 1837 an old document refers to “The Hare and Hounds, now called the Lygon” – the hotel is proud to continue providing contemporary and stylish 4-star accommodation.
Tel: 01386 840 318
The Eight Bells
1 Mile: Church Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6JG
The Eight Bells Inn is a proper traditional Cotswold inn, serving high-quality, and homemade food in a traditional, cosy setting. Offering the perfect place to explore the Cotswolds on two wheels or on foot, you’re welcome to join us for anything from a breakaway to a family meal out or a catch-up with friends over a tipple or two.
If you’re looking for a proper pint or a hearty, homemade meal in a traditional Cotswold pub, look no further than the Eight Bells Inn. They hope you’ll soon see why they are featured in all the top food and pub guides year after year – all food is freshly cooked to order to the highest possible standard, using seasonal, locally-sourced, fresh produce where possible, service is second-to-none, and they have a great range of real ales, lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks.
Built-in the 14th century to house the stonemasons who built St. James’ Church, the Inn got its name by later being used to store the eight bells that were hung in the church tower. The 17th century saw the Inn rebuilt using most of the original stone and timbers, and then it was extended in the Georgian period into what stands today – an outstanding example of a traditional Cotswolds Inn.
Tel: 01386 840371
Places to Eat in Chipping Campden Summary
As you can see there are so many places to eat in Chipping Campden. With a wide variety of takeaways, restaurants, pubs and tearooms, make your time memorable with Cotswold Charm Holiday Cottages. Cotswold Charm is ideally located, close to everything going on in Chipping Campden, complete with lovely views and nearby walks. Make your memories special and enjoy your perfect Chipping Campden self catering holiday, right next to the wide variety of places to eat in Chipping Campden no matter the season.