Discover the wealth of food, drink and products made right here in the South East, including the delightful Silent Pool Gin at its distillery in the beautiful Surrey Hills, not far from Guildford.

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Indulging in mouth-watering food at a fabulous restaurant is one of the great joys of a short break away in South East England. From quaint country pubs to nationally recognised fine dining, the diverse range of places to eat in South East England will ensure you have a memorable and enjoyable dining experience from your visit.

If you're really looking to spoil yourself, then you're in for a treat as the South East has some of the most celebrated restaurants in England whether it's seafood by the coast or famous chefs and fine wines. The South East is also the English wine capital of the UK, meaning you can not only visit one of the 40+ vineyards and learn more about how wine is made but you can also taste your way around the region. Why not enjoy a refreshing glass of English wine with a sharing platter, a picnic for two or join one of the many dining club events.

If eating in a relaxed atmosphere or a traditional Sunday roast lunch is more to your taste, check out our guide to the best pubs in southern England from multi award winning establishments to hidden establishments favoured by locals.  Why not head outdoors in spring or summer and enjoy alfresco dining overlooking the sea, the vines or the beautiful South East countryside.

And what better way to indulge than a quintessentially English afternoon tea with friends or family, for a birthday treat, or festive gathering.  We've hand-picked some of the more unusual spots to experience some light refreshments.

There are some amazing producers and suppliers right here in South East England, from farm shops selling groceries and fresh food made right on their farm to gin distilleries and micro-breweries making both small batch products or internationally renown drinks and local designers designing, creating and making their own gift items.  Why not have a go at one of the workshops on offer and learn a new skill or make your own 'Made in South East' memento on your next visit.

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