A HEREFORD restaurant which has been opened for 18 months has been listed in the latest publication of the Good Food Guide.

Madam and Adam in Bridge Street is one of ten new entries from the Midlands in the 2019 guide and the only new entry from the county.

The restaurant offers fine dining small plates and is run by Beth Thompson, 26, and Swav Lewandowski, 32.

And the restaurant, which seats 20, is so popular that booking is essential.

Beth said: "We are very different from anywhere else in Hereford or around Hereford. I think people like that. It is more of an experience rather than just going out for a meal."

And she thinks people like the personal touch as Beth and Swav are the only members of staff with Beth front of house and Swav as chef.

"I think people like that. They may wait a bit longer for the food but it is very personal," she said.

The menu which is changed every two to three months has around 13 small plate options. At lunchtime they serve salads and sandwiches too.

They are open Wednesday to Saturday 12 to 4pm and 6 to 10pm.

Beth said a customer told her the restaurant was listed in the Good Food Guide. She said: "We didn't even know they had been to review us. Now we are wondering who it was. It must have gone well."

There are seven others in the guide for the county which are: The Riverside at Aymestrey, The Stagg Inn at Titley, The Cider Barn at Pembridge, The Oak at Wigmore, The Baiting House at Upper Sapey, The River Café in Glasbury and Richard Booth’s Bookshop Café in Hay.