THE best restaurants in Berkshire have been revealed in a new food guide published by the AA.

The Restaurant Guide 2020 highlights all the restaurants that have been awarded coveted rosettes inspectors for their 'culinary excellence' 

Choosing where to dine out in Ascot and Wokingham has been made easier with these choices of award-winning restaurants.

The 27th edition of the restaurant guide includes 2000 restaurants in the UK, featuring beloved local eateries.

The Barn at Coworth Park - Ascot

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Priding itself on 'low-key luxury' and relaxed atmosphere, this restaurant received a rosette for its cosy charm.
There is a brasserie-style menu of comfort food and it is housed in an original barn frame, with a working stone fireplace. 

Restaurant at Coworth Park - Ascot 

Boasting its Michelin star of excellence and 4 AA Rosettes, the relaxed elegance of Restaurant Coworth Park showcases a modern outlook on classic British dishes with stunning views across the rose terrace.

Local Berkshire:

Bluebells Restaurant - Sunningdale, Ascot 
This eye catching restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its art deco interior design. 

It has creative French & European dishes in a stylish space.

Local Berkshire:

Miltons Restaurant, Cantley Hotel - Wokingham 

A cosy, friendly restaurant has been awarded two rosettes by the AA and prides itself on cooking fresh food from locally sourced, quality ingredients. 

Thomas Tyrell, restaurant manager at Miltons, said: "We are very proud that we have achieved such an accolade and it's really a credit to the team and chef. We have quite a stable head chef for the past five years and he previously worked in a Michelin. We do not have aspirations to achieve Michelin status but I encourage local people to try us.

"We don't want to be considered as a place for special occasions, but for any occasion and we have very good, quality food. This is a friendly and casual atmosphere and whoever comes in feels welcomed."

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The Restaurant Guide 2020 offers an in-depth guide to the UK’s restaurant scene by county, with a detailed description of each destination, from opening details and capacity, to whether the restaurant is child friendly, alongside information on the latest chef changes and sample menu prices.

Simon Numphud, managing director at AA Media, said “We are pleased to see the hospitality industry going from strength to strength, with over 140 new dining destinations being added to The Restaurant Guide 2020.

"The establishments in this year’s Guide demonstrate the high quality of culinary experiences across the country, offering delicious food and impeccable service.”

What do you think of the list?