The top 50 gastropubs in the UK for 2021 have been compiled by the global travel site Big 7 Travel and one in Sussex has made the list.

Coming in at 28th place, the Duke of Cumberland Arms in Henley was described as a "lovely 16th-century hillside pub with breathtaking views" by the Big 7 Travel page.

Additional positives for its features include lush gardens with trout ponds.

In terms of the food though the pub likes to keep things simple, and utilises vegetables from its own gardens.

Dishes you can tuck into include braised oxtail with horseradish mash potato, or grilled south coast mackerel just to name a couple.

In its second year of existence now, the list was determined from a combined score of reader's suggestions throughout the year, online user reviews and Big 7 Travel's editorial team.

A gastropub is defined as a hybrid pub, bar and restaurant serving alcoholic food and drinks.

The list was looking out for those establishments that went above and beyond just ordinary pub grub.

It would be the sort of place patrons would come to for a Sunday roast, house-cured meats an artisan ingredients.

What are the top 10 gastropubs in the UK for 2021?

  1. The Sportsman - Whitstable, Kent
  2. The Broad Chare - Newcastle-upon-Tyne
  3. The Wild Rabbit - Cotswolds, Oxfordshire
  4. The Coach, Marlow – Buckinghamshire
  5. Dog and Gun Inn – Skelton, Cumbria
  6. Parkers Arms – Clitheroe, Lancashire
  7. Mr Thomas’s Chop House – Manchester
  8. The Hind’s Head – Bray, Buckinghamshire
  9. The Fordwich Arms – Canterbury, Kent
  10. The Hero of Maida – London