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Italian Restaurants in Burnley

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Once famous for its textile mills rather than its gourmet cuisine, Burnley's Italian restaurants are helping to make a name for the town on Lancashire's gastronomic map. Locals can choose from a variety of eateries serving up Tuscan stews, perfect pizzas, and dishes from all over the peninsular. And with the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet becoming more well known all the time, why not check out what Burnley's Italian restaurants have to offer?

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Checco's - Great Harwood

Checco's - Great Harwood

Great Harwood
Italian££££
5.2/649
Checco's - Great Harwood

The Fighting Cocks Cliviger

Cliviger
Italian££££
5.3/68
The Fighting Cocks Cliviger

Palazzo

Burnley
Italian
Palazzo
The Pack Restaurant & Bar

The Pack Restaurant & Bar

Belthorn
Italian££££
5.4/6431
The Pack Restaurant & Bar
Amalfi - Yeadon

Amalfi - Yeadon

Yeadon
Italian££££
5.3/6308
Amalfi - Yeadon
The Pasta Factory

The Pasta Factory

Shudehill
Italian££££
5.5/6185
The Pasta Factory
The Villa Italian

The Villa Italian

Centre
Italian££££
4.7/6278
The Villa Italian
Uno Cucina Italiano

Uno Cucina Italiano

Honley
Italian££££
5.3/6114
Uno Cucina Italiano
San Giovanni

San Giovanni

Urmston
Italian££££
5.5/6131
San Giovanni
Black Olive - Yarm

Black Olive - Yarm

Yarm
Italian££££
4.7/6142
Black Olive - Yarm
  1. 1.

    Try some new Italian cuisine at restaurants in Burnley

    In Burnley itself, Italian restaurants like Palazzo are leading the way, and offer some of the town's most refined, upscale eating options. In Palazzo's case, the kitchen is always packed with locally-sourced ingredients, from Lancashire lamb to Morecambe Bay shellfish. But the real beauty lies in how they blend these ingredients to create truly wonderful dishes. There are less well-known dishes to try like fegatini stroganoff with pan-fried chicken liver, alongside ample supplies of pizza, pasta and fine red wine. From the first taste of your primi to the last crumb of dolce, you'll be in food heaven.
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    There are some fabulous Italian restaurants around Burnley

    However, you don't need to venture far from St. Peter's Church to find other wonderful Italian restaurants in the Burnley area. At the Fighting Cocks in Cliviger, the owners have turned a tired old pub into a magical dining space and combined first-rate cooking with live music at the weekends. Just up the A671, Bacup has ristorantes that have been delighting locals since the 1980s, and Rawtenstall has some gems to offer as well. So explore with Quandoo – you’re bound to be delighted.
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    Make visiting Burnley's Italian restaurants a match day ritual

    If you're headed to Turf Moor to catch the Clarets in action, why not pencil in some time for a banquet at one of Burnley'e elite Italian restaurants? These days, the home side game is the perfect fit for the town's trattorias and ristorantes, where you can relax and fine tune your chants, or chat about the result after the game. With great options on the other side of Todmorden Road, you can dine and wander over with time to spare before kick-off when you book at one of Burnley’s Italian restaurants with Quandoo.