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Northampton may not be particularly renowned for its architecture, but the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built in 1100, is one of the largest and best-preserved round churches in England and the 13th-century Market Square is reputedly the largest fully enclosed open-air market in the country. The town is more famous for shoemaking, an association that goes back centuries, with high-end names such as Church’s, Barker, and Crockett and Jones, remaining; indeed, Church’s Factory Shop is well worth a visit. It is home, too, to Premiership rugby club Northampton Saints who play at Franklin’s Gardens in the St James area. Other plus points include the beautiful surrounding countryside and pretty villages, and there are some good restaurants in Northampton. The Seafood Café brings a splash of seaside chic to the landlocked town, Italian favourites are to be had at Marefair Roma, and Le Sacrebleu is good for classic French cooking.
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Loch Fyne bucks the trend among national chains by offering a food & wine experience well above its high-street station. Selections from its recent… more »
Strada Milton Keynes is a part of the newly developed Hub MK overlooking the central piazza. The restaurant is the perfect place for taking a break… more » This review is not by Square Meal
Serving traditional Indian food in contemporary style, La Hind is one of the finest Indian restaurants in Milton Keynes. Designed in the style… more » This review is not by Square Meal
A family run traditional countryside English Inn, situated in the picturesque village of Moulsoe, near Newport Pagnell and Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire… more » This review is not by Square Meal
Secluded but accessible, The Garden Restaurant is just off the A45 opposite Stanwick Lakes Country Park in Northamptonshire. A bright & light modern… more » This review is not by Square Meal