FOUR Berkshire restaurants have been named among the UK’s top 100 in a new list by SquareMeal.

Woven by Adam Smith in Ascot, Seasonality in Maidenhead, The Loch & The Tyne in Old Windsor and The Woodspeen in Newbury are included in the best restaurants list the UK has to offer.

Woven by Adam Smith takes the 10th spot whilst Seasonality comes in at 34th place.

The Loch & The Tyne came in at 68th and The Woodspeen took 86th place.

SquareMeal described Woven by Adam Smith as "exceptional from start to finish."

The website said: "The menu is cleverly assembled so you choose a starter, main and dessert from three options, and the rest of the meal is delivered in impossibly beautiful snacks.

"Service is well measured too, friendly and attentive at all times. Woven could be mistaken for being a simple refurb and menu overhaul, but it is so much more - a sparkling new restaurant for a chef who is firmly in the UK’s very highest echelons."

Maidenhead's Seasonality has been hailed as a "vibrant neighbourhood restaurant".

Squaremeal said: "Founded by husband and wife team, Head Chef Wesley and Francesca Smalley, Seasonality's roots lie in delivering local produce to its community through meal delivery boxes."

The restaurant guide added the pair take "meticulous care" and in doing so "the restaurant's atmosphere mirrors its culinary philosophy - simple, yet executed with elegance."

"Service is friendly and inviting, making you feel as though you've stepped into a cherished corner of the Smalley's home.

Squaremeal concluded: "Amidst a landscape teeming with culinary hotspots, including the famed Bray, home to the iconic Fat Duck, and the Michelin-star-studded Marlow, Seasonality proudly holds its own as a neighbourhood restaurant worth venturing to."

Adam Handling's The Loch & The Tyne has won many awards, with Handling taking the crown as BBC's Great British Menu Champion of Champions in 2023.

SquareMeal's said Handling's restaurant boasts many "personal touches".

The website said: "Not just fine dining without the fuss, The Loch & The Tyne has that extra level of warmth in both design and service that makes you feel like you’re dining at your local, without it actually being your local."

The Woodspeen is the "perfect setting for Michelin-starred food masterminded by executive chef Peter Eaton."

The guide added that everything was "just perfect", with additional praise given to the restaurant manager, who makes everyone “feel very special”.  

SquareMeal’s Restaurants Editor, Pete Dreyer, said: "Restaurants never cease to amaze us - every year we're blown away by talented teams, who always seem to find new, innovative ways to push the boundaries of food.

"As always we're so grateful to everyone who works in hospitality, and we're forever in awe of the passion and love that goes into restaurants up and down the country. A huge thank you also to the thousands upon thousands who voted to support their favourite restaurants this year."