Two Oxfordshire restaurants were named on The Good Food Guide's list of 100 Best Local Restaurants in Britain by experts.

The restaurants were listed after being among over 37,000 nominations.

Five Little Pigs in Wallingford and The Pompette in Oxford, did enough during their inspections to make the guide.

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Pompette, the French word for tipsy, is an independent restaurant and wine bar in Summertown from husband and wife duo Pascal and Laura Wiedemann.

While, Five Little Pigs was opened by three local residents Sam, Aimee and Rob at in 2021, two of whom also run a nearby gin bar, following a crowdfunding campaign.

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A social media post from the Five Little Pigs said: “We got some lovely news over the weekend.

“We’ve been listed in this year’s Good Food Guide, which, for those of you that don’t know it, is Britain’s longest-standing restaurant guide, and inclusion is based on an anonymous assessment by a Good Food Guide Inspector (which is probably one of the best jobs on the planet).

“It was a lovely review, snippets of which you can see here, or in the guide itself.

“As always, our success is built on having the best suppliers and produce around, and phenomenal staff to serve it, so to both we are extremely grateful.”

The guide quoted a regular who called the establishment "an outstanding example of a truly local restaurant.