Warrington has some great restaurants that cater for all tastes, from European, Asian and the best of British cuisine. Here are just a few of the many eating places, as we take a look at where to eat in Warrington:
Where to eat in Warrington
Perhaps the most unusual restaurant n Warrington is Hangar Number 4. With an aircraft theme that includes an aeroplane sticking out of the wall at the back of the restaurant, the eatery specialises in delicious homemade burgers.
If you like Spanish food, then Las Ramblas offers a wide selection or classic and contemporary tapas and paellas.
Perhaps the best Indian restaurant is Bombay 8, which serves modern South East Asian food using fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Mr. Lau’s is a Chinese restaurant and bar featuring an open-plan dining room, open kitchen and a large bar. It caters for both diners and people who simply want sit at the bar to enjoy the atmosphere with a drink.
For delicious grilled food featuring steak, lobster and pork, try the Grill on the Square. For a special treat they serve oysters washed down with champagne.
The Stretton Fox is a country pub that serves seasonal food in unspoilt surroundings. In the winter, dine near the roaring log fire and in the summer sit outside in the beautiful beer garden, but don’t share your meal with the local ducks!
Ask Italian serves classic Italian pizza, pasta and risotto meals and great Italian wine.
If you have a sweet tooth, then The Little Box of Treats offers a large selection of Chinese cakes and puddings, as well as traditional Chinese meals.
The best venue for seasonal modern British food is the Capri Restaurant at the Hallmark Hotel Warrington. Sumptuous dishes created by award-winning head chef David Phythian include chargrilled chicken, chilli and lime marinated duck breast, and spring sea bass.