10 Restaurants in Abergavenny

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As you might expect from the town that hosts Wales' largest food festival, Abergavenny's restaurants have turned it into one of the UK's dining hotspots. Since the festival started in 1999, the dining scene in this little town on the River Usk has blossomed, with British and global chefs setting up shop. Whether you're in Monmouthshire for a holiday, or you live locally and are looking to explore your dining options, all of Abergavenny's finest restaurants can be booked in seconds with Quandoo, and there are some real delights in store.

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Gurkha Corner

Llanrhaeadr
Indian££££
5.3/619
Gurkha Corner

Regency 59

Town Centre
International££££
6.0/61
Regency 59

Spice Lounge - Abergavenny

Llanfoist
Indian££££
5.1/644
Spice Lounge - Abergavenny
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La Brasseria Italiana

Town Centre
Italian££££
6.0/61
La Brasseria Italiana

Y Cantreff Inn

Town Centre
British££££
1.0/61
Y Cantreff Inn

The Fountain at Clent

Clent
British££££
5.7/61203
The Fountain at Clent

Côte Cardiff Central

City Centre
French££££
5.4/61078
Côte Cardiff Central

Côte Bristol Quakers Friars

Broadmead
French££££
5.4/6768
Côte Bristol Quakers Friars

4500 Miles From Delhi - Bristol

Bristol City Centre
Indian££££
5.0/6355
4500 Miles From Delhi - Bristol

Côte Bristol Clifton Village

Clifton
French££££
5.4/61322
Côte Bristol Clifton Village
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    Local ingredients are top of the queue at Abergavenny's restaurants

    One of the great things about dining at restaurants in Abergavenny is almost every one of them is committed to using Wales' fantastic produce. Wherever you book, you'll find menus full of delicious lamb dishes, eggs, cheese, root vegetables, greens and fruit - all of them sourced locally from artisan producers. The Usk Valley has seriously embraced the local food revolution, and Abergavenny's restaurant owners are at the forefront of the trend. So expect gorgeous lamb shanks, flaky Caerphilly cheese, along with a multitude of other Welsh ingredients.
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    Asian food is a highlight of Abergavenny's restaurants scene

    As for the cuisine to be found at Abergavenny's restaurants, it can be described in one word: diversity. Just to take an example, you'll find fabulous Indian restaurants on Abergavenny's Merthyr Road. Always in demand thanks to their rich, authentic curries and great service, these are places that need to be booked, so be sure to reserve your table with Quandoo. But, if you want something less conventional, there are Nepalese eateries near the Market Square, where you can try chicken liver curries, Himalayan momo dumplings and much more.
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    Enjoy a European feast at restaurants in Abergavenny

    There are also options for fans of European and British cuisine. Regency 59 is a great example, offering a traditional British roasts and breakfasts and a smattering of enticing Asian dishes too. It's the kind of place that suits group dining to a tee, with so many different options and food for veggies and meat eaters to devour. But no-one should overlook the Italian restaurants in Abergavenny either. Some of the area's classiest eateries, they cook a mean Welsh ribeye steak, and their wine list is as comprehensive as they come. Explore every eatery in town by booking with Quandoo.