A Ledbury restaurant has been named in The Good Food Guide.

33 The Homend is described by the guide as a hidden gem you could easily walk past without realising it’s there.

The micro restaurant, which only seats 14 people, is based in a small 18th century Grade II listed building in the town centre.

According to its Instagram page, it only opens between 6pm and 9pm Thursday to Saturday.

33 The Homend is owned by James and Elizabeth Winter, who also run a pub that’s included in the guide - The Butcher’s Arms in Eldersfield, just over the Gloucestershire border.

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The Good Food Guide, which was founded by Raymond Postgate in 1951, is the longest-standing guide to dining out in Great Britain.

It no longer takes the form of a printed book but instead has an app, which you can access by buying a yearly subscription. There is also a new scoring system.

33 The Homend has a rating of ‘Good’ in the guide, which represents “a reliable combination of good food”.

“These restaurants will be the best in the locality, definitely worth seeking out if you are nearby,” the guide says. “At their best they act as the hub of the local food economy, establishing a reputation for local produce.”

The guide can also award restaurants rankings of very good, exceptional and world class.

In April, 33 The Homend was included in another prestigious food guide, the Michelin Guide.

“The tiny building that’s been a barbershop, a cartoonist, a chocolate shop, and a faggot and pea shop, now stands proudly as a tiny restaurant in the Michelin Guide,” the restaurant announced on Instagram.

“Super chuffed to be back in the little red book once again.

“Thanks for your continued unwavering support and to our incredible suppliers. You guys are awesome.”

Other Herefordshire restaurants featured in the Good Food Guide include The Cider Barn in Pembridge, The Kilpeck Inn in the Golden Valley and The Riverside at Aymestrey.

There are two restaurants featured in the guide from over the border in Worcestershire - Russell’s of Broadway, on the edge of the Cotswolds, and Pensons in Stoke Bliss, between Bromyard and Tenbury Wells.