From laidback wine and tapas joints to dim sum bars, cosy bistros and fine-dining restaurants, Warrington has something for every taste and budget. Discover just some of the best places to eat in Warrington with the help of our guide.
Places to eat in Warrington
If you’re looking for a casual night out that mixes good drinks and better food, then you can’t go wrong with Las Ramblas Wine and Tapas. Located just off Palmyra Square in the Cultural Quarter of town, it delivers all the usual classics, such as patatas bravas and paella, as well as their own inspired dishes like their truffle ham and cheese toastie. Watch out for their good-value-for-money classic tapas offers if you’re hunting for a bargain. If that’s whetted your tapas appetite, you can find more on offer at The Courtyard Café Bistro, which also knocks out an excellent Sunday roast.
If you like the idea of sharing plates but fancy a taste of the Oriental, head for Mr Lau’s Dim Sum Bar & Restaurant just 50 meters up the road on Springfield Street. With a great wine selection, loaded dim sum platters and some of the best prawn toast for miles around, it’s a sure-fire winner.
Pizza and pasta fans (that’s everyone, then) need to check out Delgado’s on Honiton Way in Penketh, a short drive from our Warrington Centre hotel. With attentive service, generous portions and a menu that covers the classics, it’s rightly become a local favourite, meaning it’s best to book ahead.
For something a little spicier, check out Cardamon in Stockton Heath. The leading Indian restaurant in the region, the prices can be a little on the high side, but the food (including their in-house specialities) and service are definitely worth it.
Located in a Georgian Manor House in Victoria Park, Spirit Restaurant is one of the leading contemporary restaurants in the region. And any restaurant that offers Affogato menu – a divine mix of vanilla ice cream, espresso coffee and liquor – is fine with us!
Restaurants in Warrington
Suppliers of tasty teas, consummate coffees and cracking cakes, R’Teapot should be high on the list for any caffeine and cake fiend. Take a seat in the colourful café and order the afternoon tea (the scones are delish) or better still, make a morning of it and work your way through their weekend brunch.
Another colourful independent outlet, Café OCHO are best known for their strong coffee and their triple-decker speciality sandwiches – ours is a Cuban Pete and flat white, thanks.
For all-day breakfast fun, look no further than Heaths 26 on Walton Road. Their breakfast and brunch menu runs all day, while they also do an excellent lunch-time menu spanning paninis, wraps and salads.
Lastly, The Little Box of Treats is an inspired Chinese-themed café serving up dim sum platters, Chinese tea and noodle soup – an original and very tasty concept.