Restaurants in Blackpool
From strolling along the seafront with your fish and chips, to living it up with oysters and a glass of fizz, Blackpool has eating out covered. The town’s huge variety of cafes, restaurants, takeaways and bars has something to suit every taste and budget.
For an al fresco morning coffee, try one of the great coffee shops in the newly restored St Johns or under the arches on Birley Street. Or, for the quintessential British afternoon tea, why not take to the floor in the opulent Blackpool Tower Ballroom and enjoy an afternoon tea dance.
If you’re after local and regional produce cooked to perfection, Rowley’s at Blackpool FC Hotel is a good bet, while the newly-opened Beach House on the Festival Headland is a must for international cuisine in a seaside setting. Michael Wan’s Mandarin have been delivering top-notch, authentic Cantonese to locals and visitors for over 50 years, and the welcoming Taj Mahal will satisfy all your curry needs.
Blackpool does real cuisine in some rather fancy places, and if you're looking for good food you no longer have to leave town. The resort is in Lancashire – not everyone knows that – and many local restaurants are passionate about sourcing regional stuff, whether it's crumbly traditional cheese, Blackpool fish, Goosnargh ducks and chickens, Bury black pudding or just good old Lancashire potatoes (best in Britain according to those who know).
The Three Lights is a bright, welcoming sight as you reach the roundabout on the road to Wyre Dock. Named after the three lighthouses in Blackpool, our family-friendly pub is a beacon for quality, a shining example of how good pub grub can be.
Seafood restaurants on Lancashire's Fylde Coast don't come any better than the Trafalgar. For over forty years, diners from across the north west have enjoyed a sumptuous menu which ranges from fish dishes cooked to perfection through to succulent steaks and delicious vegetarian options.
Fleetwood’s finest multi award winning Fish & Chips, Takeaway & Restaurant. Open all day 7 days a week, family run business. Daily blackboard specials : pensioners specials : children’s meal deals.
Looking for restaurants in blackpool, Kwizeen restaurant has one very clear goal: to serve a simple, clean, fresh menu with big, bold flavors using seasonal local produce all served with a generous helping of care and respect to our local ingredients. There’s little they add to their food that wasn’t caught, grown, made or reared within a 30-mile radius of our Blackpool town center restaurant and it’s a policy that has got us noticed. You will find amongst all the blackpool restaurants this one has wooden polish floors, cream coloured walls and smooth jazz playing in relaxed atmosphere. The style of cuisine we serve is fresh, clean in taste and enjoyable.
Boonnak Thai restaurant opening in 2012 at here we have provide good selection of Thai menu suck as authentic Thai tom yum with prawn, pad Thai with prawn or if you want to try real Thai taste like street food in Thailand they have separate menu and noodle bar menu available for you. Boonnak Thai restaurant provides diners with a visit to remember a taste of true Thai culture and cuisine Think of Thai food think of Boonnak Thai restaurant Blackpool.