Here are some recent news paper and magazine articles where Russell’s of Broadway has been mentioned or seen in!
Inns for foodies – Globe And Mail
“Russell’s balances refined menus with a relaxed atmosphere…….more“
Our happy place – Olive Magazine
“At Olive, we’re very fond of the whole restaurant-with-rooms thing…….more“
Russell’s – a restaurant with rooms is ideal Cotswolds base for art and history buffs during Festival
Russell’s owner Andrew Riley said: “Our guests love the combination of art and natural beauty in Broadway and the surrounding area. We have something for everyone.”
The Cotswolds: a guide to autumn weekend breaks – The Telegraph
Thanks Harriet O’Brien who says make for Russell’s of Broadway (01386 853555 russellsofbroadway.co.uk) in the eponymous village for chic brasserie cuisine.
From Jane Hayward – Woman & Home October 2013
Set in a chocolate box North Cotswolds village, Russell’s welcomes smart weekenders to mingle with its dedicated local following.
Dining delights The bright, slate-floored space that was once the home and workshop of Arts & Crafts furniture designer Sir Gordon Russell oozes easy charm.
Standout dishes Wild duck with smoked mash, kale and burnt orange sauce, and for dessert, pear tart Tatin, quince and aniseed ice cream.
Stay over Seven suites in calm neutrals. Throw open a window and let the sound of Cotswolds life waft in.
Walk it off The Wychavon Way ends in the village, so you can experience its meadows and woodlands in reverse; visit the Gordon Russell Design Museum (gordonrussellmuseum.org).
How much Dinner from £23.95 for three courses; à la carte around £35 for three courses; restaurant closed Sunday eves; doubles from £110 B&B. Call 01386-853555 russellsofbroadway.co.uk