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The 10 hottest and trendiest restaurants and pubs in Hampshire this November, according to OpenTable

These are the trendiest restaurants in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: KCULP Photography © 2019 - stock.adobe.com)
These are the trendiest restaurants in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: KCULP Photography © 2019 - stock.adobe.com)

You get to enjoy sumptuous food all while taking glorious pictures for social media. Booking website OpenTable collates the most popular venues and lists them every month.

On their website, they said: “Each month, OpenTable analyses nearly 500,000 new global diner reviews from the past month.

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"We sort the results by location to help you discover new favourite restaurants.”

The Jack Russell, Faccombe, Andover, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
The Jack Russell, Faccombe, Andover, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)

In no particular order, here are the ten trendiest restaurants and pubs in Hampshire.

Be sure to click through all the pages to find out the most popular places.

Reggina's Italian, Botley High Street, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Reggina's Italian, Botley High Street, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
The Chequers, Eversley Close, Hook, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable.. (Photo: Google Street View)
The Chequers, Eversley Close, Hook, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable.. (Photo: Google Street View)
Four London Road in Horndean is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. It specialises in stone baked pizzas and offers a variety of small plates. (Photo: Rowans Hospice)
Four London Road in Horndean is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. It specialises in stone baked pizzas and offers a variety of small plates. (Photo: Rowans Hospice)
Red Dog Saloon, Southampton, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Red Dog Saloon, Southampton, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Shanghai 1814 on Southampton High Street is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Shanghai 1814 on Southampton High Street is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Cote Brasserie, Festival Place, Basingstoke, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Cote Brasserie, Festival Place, Basingstoke, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Cote Brasserie, Winchester High Street, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Cote Brasserie, Winchester High Street, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Bill's Restaurant, Westquay South, Southampton, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
Bill's Restaurant, Westquay South, Southampton, is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. (Photo: Google Street View)
The Ivy Winchester Brasserie in Winchester High Street is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. They specialise in fine dining, with dishes such as salmon and smoked haddock fish cakes. Note - this image is a stock photo and not representative of The Ivy's food. (Photo: Fahrwasser/Adobe Stock)
The Ivy Winchester Brasserie in Winchester High Street is one of the trendiest venue in Hampshire, according to OpenTable. They specialise in fine dining, with dishes such as salmon and smoked haddock fish cakes. Note - this image is a stock photo and not representative of The Ivy's food. (Photo: Fahrwasser/Adobe Stock)