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Restaurants in Chorley

Chorley's restaurants are worth a visit

Chorley is an ancient market town in the foodie county of Lancashire, located next to the West Pennine Moors and close to Wigan, Blackburn, Bolton and Manchester. Its history dates back over 3,500 years ago to the Bronze Age, and there is a huge amount to see and do. Walk the Heritage Trail, head to Astley Park to enjoy 43 hectares of landscaped park and visit the town market which has been running since 1498. If you're feeling energetic, hike up to Rivington Pike for the incredible views. There is also great independent shopping and some fantastic Chorley restaurants to discover, spanning English, Spanish, Indian, Italian, Thai and other global cuisines.

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The Hinds Head

The Hinds Head

Charnock Richard
European££££
5.6/6218
The Hinds Head
Papa Luigis - Euxton

Papa Luigis - Euxton

Euxton
Italian££££
5.6/699
Papa Luigis - Euxton
Cafe Ambio - Astley Park

Cafe Ambio - Astley Park

Astley
Caf飣££
5.0/61
Cafe Ambio - Astley Park

Italian Cottage

Town Centre
Italian
Italian Cottage

La Rocca

Town Centre
Indian
La Rocca

La Estrella

Town Centre
Spanish
La Estrella

Phoenix Chinese

Town Centre
Chinese
Phoenix Chinese

The Spinners at Cowling

Limbrick
European
The Spinners at Cowling

The Black Horse

Limbrick
European
The Black Horse

Yew Tree

Limbrick
European
Yew Tree
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    The restaurants in Chorley reflect the local food heritage

    Chorley Cake is perhaps the best known of this town's food exports. It is a round and flat, fruit-filled pasty cake that is often served with a little butter on the top, and perhaps a slice of cheese as an accompaniment. Local Lancashire cheese is another speciality food and it often features on the menu of Chorley restaurants. Visit one of the traditional British restaurants in Chorley or a local cafe or gastropub if you fancy giving either delicacy a try.
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    Chorley's restaurants get busy at event time

    The town has plenty of events during the year, including the annual flower show in July and Chorley Live, which is a two day entertainment celebration across the town's live venues. The eateries also get very busy on weekends. It's always best to book a table at your chosen restaurants in Chorley to avoid any disappointment and to enjoy a hassle-free evening of delicious dining. Book online with Quandoo up to 2 hours before you want to eat and make things easy.
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    Which of Chorley's restaurants should you try?

    The Hinds Head in Charnock Richard is always highly rated by Quandoo users. It's homely and welcoming, with an excellent bar and a menu packed with traditional favourites. Try the pork loin stuffed with black pudding or the Smoked Bacon, pesto and pea risotto. Hyatt Indian Cuisine in the town centre is one of the most highly rated Indian restaurants in Chorley and it offers a warm welcome and traditional classics prepared to perfection. The mixed starter with onion bhajis, seekh kebabs, samosas, chicken tikka and lamb chops is a must-have and ideal for sharing. If you fancy Italian, then head to the Italian Cottage, or try a traditional British menu at The Black Horse in Limbrick. Why not leave a review of your favourite Chorleyrestaurants and share your dining experience?