THE Harrow at Little Bedwyn has been named as one of the best places to eat in Britain by The Sunday Times.

It is the latest accolade for the restaurant, run by Roger Jones, which already boasts a Michelin star and three AA rosettes, and this week was revealed as number 48 in The Sunday Times’ top 100 eateries. It has previously scooped 73rd place.

The diner’s verdict was that it is “a foodie paradise in the middle of nowhere” and praised the signature dish of citrus-cured salmon, crème fraiche and Exmoor Caviar.

The list, compiled in association with Harden’s, is now in its sixth annual edition and based on 63,000 reviews from almost 7,000 diners.

Editor of the list Karen Robinson said: “The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants combines the opinions of thousands of diners to produce a definitive list.

“Basing it on the ratings of everyday restaurant-goers, who are paying their own money, means it is an honest reflection of the nation’s tastes, so chefs and restaurants should be truly proud to make the list.”

Whatley Manor in Easton Grey near Malmesbury also made the list and ranked number 45 and top four in the South West.