A Southampton restaurant has been named among OpenTable's Top 100 UK restaurants list for 2023.

Porters Wine & Charcuterie on Queens Terrace has been included on the list and was also the only representative from Hampshire.

Discussing the 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."

The full list of the top 100 UK restaurants included can be found on the OpenTable website here.

Porters Wine & Charcuterie in Southampton recognised by OpenTable

Porters Wine & Charcuterie describes itself on its website as a "Food lover's dream" with it pairing "hand-picked" wines with meats and cheeses.

It says: "To compliment our hand-picked wines, we have sourced only the best UK-produced meats and cheeses. Our unique menu allows you as the customer to build your board by selecting from our great range of charcuterie

"Our boards have been designed to share among friends and to create a social and relaxed dining experience." 

On its OpenTable profile, Porters Wine & Charcuterie has received a 4.8/5 score from 430 reviews with it earning praise for its food, ambience and service.

One reviewer wrote: "Amazing! Myself and my friends went here for my birthday and the whole experience was great. Great service, the staff were always so attentive.

"Really good portion sizes so you get your moneys worth! We went at 6pm so was very quiet still, but the atmosphere was so lovely."

Another shared: "We have been to porters a few times and it never disappoints. The staff are friendly and attentive, the food is wonderful and the overall experience is lovely. Highly recommend and will return without a doubt!"

One other person added: "Had a great evening here, the staff are nice and went above and beyond during our wine selection. Would definitely recommend!"