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Joe Botwright put Sir Daniel Arms as his favourite describing the food as being ‘incredible’.

The modern building located right in the centre of Swindon offers a great variety of dishes from its traditional chicken club to its fresh pizza to give something for everyone.

Looking for a healthy breakfast? It uses products from wholegrain ground wheat, ground oats, coarsely ground corn and more to offer healthy options for those who want to stay in shape.

Joe added: “It’s a beautiful pub with a great location and a fantastic clientele.”

It also has TV screens and it is step free for disabled customers.

Swindon Advertiser:

Two of our readers, Nashilla and Shaheed Peera listed Rooster’s Grill Shack on Fleet Street as the best place to have a meal.

Promoting natural freshly made food on their website, the restaurant proposes an all you can eat offer for only £16.50 and £9.99 for those under 10.

All the food is certified halal to give everyone the chance to taste their hand marinated chicken or their flame-grilled lamb and beef.

Original desserts are also on the menu, including Natas Do Cou which mixes Lemon, cinnamon, Vanilla egg cream, mouse with a biscuit crumble.

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Suzanne Hiscock says it is The Crown Inn at Broad Hinton, which is the number one.

The pub has a traditional décor with nice home-cooked food.

Eat in or take away, it has great value dishes with reduced fish and chips every Tuesday, Steak night on Wednesday, Burger night on Thursday and Sunday Carvery. Vegan options are also available with fresh vegetables, including sweet potato, mushroom and tomato. The restaurant is open every day except Monday. Food is served from 12pm to 2pm and 6pm to 9pm from Tuesday to Saturday and on Sunday from noon until 3pm.

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The Ridge Bar and Grill at Shaw Leisure Park deserves the crown for Andrew Penfold.

This modern restaurant is specialised in grill cuisine. All their burgers are 6ozs of 100 per cent British beef. Burgers can be served with sides or as they call it ‘naked’ with the bun only.

Thirsty? Customers can either order soft drinks which includes peach sodas, juices, cherry Pepsi and more, or a fresh pint of Guinness and other types of beers and ciders.

The restaurant, open every day, often hosts cocktail masterclass to allow customers make their own drinks.

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AND finally, for Jane Evans, it is Chennai Dosa that should be listed among the top restaurants in the county.

This South Indian restaurant located on Victoria Road offers exotic food from Masala Dosa to Sambar Idly.

There is a wide range of options for vegetarians, with lots of dishes containing Indian spices.

Plain, chilli coriander, Garlic naan, the restaurant has different types of bread to make you travel through India.

There are also three buffets which are at reasonable price.

In terms of drinks, the restaurant has traditional drinks, with Sweet Lassi , a mix between yoghurt water and sugar and butter milk.

Visit swindonchennaidosa.co.uk

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