10 Restaurants in Denbigh

Restaurants in Denbigh have been raising the roof of late

The stunning town of Denbigh, located in the heart of the North Wales countryside, is an old Market Town that has always been a purveyor of fresh, locally-sourced ingredients – which is perhaps why there are so many wonderful restaurants dotted around Denbigh and the surrounding areas. Home to several cosy cafes, traditional pubs and international eateries, Denbigh has restaurants for every imaginable taste and occasion. So whether you’re in the mood for a traditional British roast or a Thai curry, you won’t be left disappointed in Denbigh.

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Events @ Springs Spa

Llanrhaeadr
British££££
5.5/6140
Events @ Springs Spa

Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Ropewalks
Spanish££££
5.3/6693
Neon Jamon - Berry Street

McCooley's (Concert Square)

Ropewalks
Irish££££
5.0/6130
McCooley's (Concert Square)
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Cowshed - Liverpool

Ropewalks
Steak££££
5.8/61315
Cowshed - Liverpool

Neon Jamon - Smithdown Place

Wavertree
Spanish££££
5.7/6378
Neon Jamon - Smithdown Place

Bock Bière Café

City Centre
European££££
5.4/6716
Bock Bière Café

Cinco's Mexican Restaurant

Poulton-Le-Fylde
Mexican££££
5.6/6544
Cinco's Mexican Restaurant

On The Hill

Town Centre
British££££
5.8/6611
On The Hill

Beach House Bistro & Bar

City Centre
Drinks££££
5.0/6572
Beach House Bistro & Bar

Rozafa Taverna

City Centre
Greek££££
5.1/634
Rozafa Taverna
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    Denbigh restaurants allow you to further your culinary journey

    There’s an unmistakably rustic nature to many of the wonderful restaurants in Denbigh, so don’t be surprised if you find recipes you’ve never encountered at restaurants in the town. There’s Brookhouse Mill on Ruthin Road, for instance, which serves seafood and fish in a range of exciting ways. If you’d prefer something with a little spice, reserve a table at Radhuni on High Street, which is just like walking into a family kitchen and eating straight from the stove. But whether you’re devouring pasta at Con Amici or ripping through a steak at The White Horse, Denbigh restaurants can deliver flavours you never imagined possible!
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    Celebrate a special occasion at one of Denbigh’s most popular restaurants

    The eclectic selection of restaurants available in Denbigh means there is an eatery for just about every type of celebration. If you’re heading out to lunch with the kids, try Glass Onion Cafe in Crown Square, where the ambience is casual and the food is classically British. For a boozy dinner with work colleagues or friends, there’s no better place than The Kimmel Arms Tavern, which offers classic pub grub, quizzes, live music and lots of guest ales. Or, if you want to impress your better half with a romantic dinner date, check out Nant Y Felin, which serves Welsh cuisine in a contemporary way. It really doesn’t matter what you’re celebrating, because Denbigh’s many restaurants have every occasion covered.
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    Book tables at Denbigh restaurants in a matter of seconds

    There has never been a better time to dine out in style in this beautiful part of the world. The restaurants in Denbigh always offer a warm welcome, but they don’t always have tables free at peak times. To make sure your celebration goes off without a hitch, reserve a table in advance using the Quandoo app. Available for both mobile and desktop devices, this powerful app lets you read menus, check out customer reviews and compare the offerings across dozens of restaurants in Denbigh. Enjoy!