Readers reveal some foodie gems in rural Britain, including perfect pasties, spectacular seafood, corking kippers and Yorkshire’s answer to limoncello
Great food need not be expensive. In the tiny fishing port of Craster stands L Robson & Sons smokery and restaurant. The family has been smoking fish for generations and, though the original “herring girls” have been replaced by machinery, the smoking process is unchanged. Boasting that it cures “anything that comes from the sea”, its most famous product is the kipper. Accompanied by slices of bread and butter and a mug of strong tea, this succulent golden fish makes a mouth-watering meal for a mere £8.95.