What is  South West England famous for?

What is  South West England famous for?
Photograph by Paula Eden

The South West is known for:
Cheddar cheese, which originated in the Somerset village of Cheddar; Devon cream teas, crabs, Cornish pasties, and cider. It is home to the Eden Project, Aardman Animations, the Glastonbury Festival, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, "trip-hop" music and Cornwall's surfing beaches.

What food is Somerset famous for?
What to eat in Somerset?

Top 10 most popular Traditional foods in Somerset
Cheese. Montgomery’s Cheddar. Somerset.
Cheese. Ogleshield. North Cadbury. …
Cheese. Millstone. Somerset. …
Cheese. Wellesley. Stawley. …
Cheese. Exmoor Blue Cheese. Somerset. …
Cheese. Stawley. Stawley. …
Cheese. Keen’s Cheddar. Wincanton. …
Cheese. Dumpling. Shepton Mallet. …


What food is Bristol famous for?

One of the most comforting dishes we can think of, sausages, mashed potato and gravy is a British classic, and nowhere in Bristol does it as well as The Clifton Sausage. Choose from a range of sausages, including vegetarian and vegan options, all served with mashed potato or champ (mashed potato with spring onions).



Come and see for yourself; visit, taste, enjoy!


Author: Kenneth Eden


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