Observer food critic Jay Rayner said he considered Le Champignon Sauvage one of the best meals of his life
Since the late 1980’s David Everitt-Matthias and his wife Helen have been running the restaurant. In the process amassing a range of accolades including:-2 stars – Michelin Red Guide. 2 stars – Harden’s Guide. Need we say more…. 4 AA rosettes. All this whist retaining and intimate feeling with a refreshing lack of pretension.
For a real treat, why not stay at the Bradley and book at table at Le Champignon Suvage. It’s not often that a restaurant is worth planning a short break around, however this restaurant in the Suffolks area of Cheltenham is considered one of the top ten destination restaurants on the UK according to the Guardian Newspaper.