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The Waterdine has a strong reputation in the foodie world, despite the fact that it feels as if it’s in the middle of nowhere.
While it is well supported by the local community, it also regularly attracts diners from further afield, including Birmingham and even London.
Where possible, the restaurant sources supplies locally and benefits from the quality of the produce on their doorstep.

Much of the fruit, vegetables and herbs are even grown in the restaurant’s own garden by Ken’s dedicated (and long-suffering) wife Isabel.

The lure of the food draws visitors along narrow, windy, awkward and yet incredibly picturesque lanes towards one of Shropshire’s most remote villages. While the location may not be central, the food certainly is.

A new breed of chef!
By Trystan Jones