It might be best known as a place to travel through, but Crewe's restaurants make it an ideal place to head for a memorable meal. The town has curry houses, pubs, and trattorias to make anyone's mouth water. And, with a wealth of places to eat in Cheshire, Greater Manchester, and Merseyside, gourmet fans will never lack for alternatives when searching through Quandoo's Crewe restaurants listings.
The reason for Crewe's diverse restaurants scene could be simple: when the town became northern England's railway junction, it attracted thousands of people from Europe to work there. Among them were plenty of Italians who opened up cafes and trattorias for their countrymen, kick-starting a fine collection of upscale Italian eateries. So, if you want some finely prepared ravioli, or a top-class tiramisu, you're living in the right place. Crewe's restaurants section has it covered.
The story is exactly the same with Crewe's Indian restaurants. As with many Cheshire towns, many South Asian families arrived in the 1950s and 60s, bringing with them a wealth of culinary skills. These days, curry houses like Alsager Spice (in nearby Alsager) showcase the best of Indian cuisine, offering vegetarian-friendly menus, creative seafood curries, and constantly rotating selections of chef's specials. The area has options from northern India, Nepal, and Bengal, so explore the options and spice up your dining schedule. Cheshire's definitely an excellent place to be for curry fans.
Then again, while Crewe's restaurants are superb, there's no doubting that the town is overshadowed by Manchester and Liverpool - both of which can be reached in no time via rail or road. And it's well worth the journey. There are some sublime restaurants in Crewe's neighbouring cities, whether we're talking about gourmet British brasseries like Palate in Chorlton, luxury hotels in Prestbury, or European eateries in places like Urmston or Castlefield. The North West offers a plethora of fantastic food to try. While Crewe's restaurants are a great place to start, they aren't the end of the story by any means.