Restaurants In The North West

The north west of the country has lots of great places to visit no matter what kind of holiday you want to have.  Even if you are on a business trip to this part of the country you will be able to take in some of the sights and enjoy a few hours out of a busy day to have a nice meal as well.

And you have lots of great north western restaurants to choose from as well.  If you are stuck for inspiration you might like to try some of the following suggestions on your travels.

The Three Fishes in Lancashire

This is one of the gastropub style pubs that are dotted around the country now.  And as gastropubs go the Three Fishes has to be one of the best.  After being revamped a few years back it now offers Sunday lunches, great meals and solid winners for everyone.  Try some cauliflower fritters or a Ribble Valley fillet steak for example.  This is a firmly British menu with plenty to discover.

The Blundell Street Restaurant in Liverpool

If you want a restaurant with a twist, try this one out.  It is called a cabaret restaurant which has a good mix of British and Thai recipes to taste.  If you love British food but you want to go for something that has a twist, this could be right up your street.

The Sleep Station Hotel in Birkenhead

There aren’t too many restaurants in west country or north west that also have an organic bakery on site.  In fact this may be the only venue in the country – or at least in the North West – that has such a rounded offering.  You can enjoy dining al fresco when the weather is being good, and with a great evening menu featuring such delights as roasted monkfish you will find some unusual dishes to try here as well.

The Drunken Duck Inn in Ambleside

You can enjoy both lunch and dinner here if you wish.  And with pan fried breast of duck and pan roasted beef fillet to enjoy among other dishes, you will soon see that there are plenty of choices to go from.  You might take some time choosing since there are so many delightful dishes on the menu.  And being able to look out on the surroundings of the Lake District at the same time is definitely an advantage.

Wherever you are going to be heading to in the North West, you should take a look at restaurant guide and many locations with great restaurants on offer that you will find there.  There are lots of towns, cities and villages in the North West that have wonderful eateries of all kinds to try out, so check out which ones would suit you.

The prices may differ between venues though, so check the prices on a sample menu before booking a table so you know what to expect.