A restaurant in Ceredigion has been named among the UK's best in 2023 by OpenTable.

OpenTable has released its Top 100 UK restaurants for 2023 featuring venues from all over the country including in London, Edinburgh and Manchester.

Mannucci’s Italian Restaurant in Cardigan has been named among the best restaurants in the UK, featuring in OpenTable's top 100 list. 

OpenTable said: "Introducing the OpenTable Top 100 restaurants in the UK for 2023.

"Compiled from over 1.2 million OpenTable diner reviews and using dining metrics including diner ratings, percentage of reservations made in advance, and five-star reviews, the list highlights some of the top spots favoured by diners this year."

You can see the full top 100 list on the OpenTable website here.

Cardigan restaurant named among UK's best by OpenTable

Mannucci’s Italian Restaurant (Cardigan)

Describing the Mannucci’s Italian Restaurant (1 High Street, Cardigan, SA43 1HJ), the OpenTable website reads: "Our Italian restaurant is named after our grandparents, Nonno and Nonna Mannucci.

"Growing up, we spent countless hours in the kitchen with them, creating and savouring authentic Italian dishes.

"Today, we’re thrilled to share these family recipes with our guests, using only the freshest and highest quality locally sourced ingredients, with a few key exceptions – we simply can’t compromise on the real Italian taste!

"Join us for a culinary journey that will transport you straight to the heart of Italy."

Mannucci’s has a rating of 4.8 out of 5 on OpenTable from 209 reviews.

One visitor, leaving a review on the OpenTable website, said: "Beautiful food, excellent friendly service. Just what cardigan needed. Great place to eat out.

"Enjoyed a low key birthday meal for husband. Liquor on house was a lovely welcoming touch.

"Certainly will return. Thank you to all at Manucci’s."

While a second person added: "This is our second visit and we will certainly go back. We were very well looked after, the restaurant looks lovely and the food was good. What’s not to like?"