10 Restaurants in Lymm

Take a table in these picturesque Lymm restaurants

Lymm is a lovely village in the heart of Cheshire. Reckoned by some to be one of the prettiest villages in England, it sits at the junction of Slitten Brook and the Bridgewater Canal and is bordered to the north by the Manchester Ship Canal. Water, then, is an important feature in the village and there are many walkways and restaurants in Lymm where you can enjoy fine views of these waterways. There are lots of tempting places to eat tucked away in this affluent little corner of Cheshire and we've done the hard work in uncovering the best of them. So take a look at our selection of the best Lymm restaurants and treat yourself to some of the best food in the county

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Rolando's

Lymm
Italian
6.0/61
Rolando's

Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Ropewalks
Spanish££££
5.3/6647
Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Cowshed - Liverpool

Ropewalks
Steak££££
5.7/61115
Cowshed - Liverpool
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Bock Bière Café

City Centre
European££££
5.4/6625
Bock Bière Café

On The Hill

Town Centre
British££££
5.8/6491
On The Hill

The Moody Cow - Apperley Bridge

Apperley Bridge
Drinks££££
5.2/6676
The Moody Cow - Apperley Bridge

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6957
Bombay Quay

Bistro Franc

Ropewalks
French££££
5.4/646
Bistro Franc

The Baltic Social

The Baltic Triangle
British££££
4.6/6245
The Baltic Social

Down The Hatch

Ropewalks
Vegetarian££££
5.7/6200
Down The Hatch
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    Dine in style in the Italian restaurants of Lymm

    Stylish Italian dining goes perfectly with the refined atmosphere of Lymm and restaurants in the village turn out some fabulous Italian dishes. Take Rolando's, for example. Here you can enjoy excellent examples of Italian classics, such as Quattro Stagioni pizza or a sumptuous lasagne. Whatever you choose, make sure to finish off with a classic gelato and maybe even a refreshing limoncello.
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    Take a break from your retail therapy with a lazy lunch in one of Lymm's fine restaurants

    Lymm is ideally placed for a shopping expedition around the exclusive boutiques of Cheshire or into Manchester's buzzy city centre. Once you're laden down with those designer bags, head to one of Lymm's restaurants for a well-earned break. You can catch up with friends and compare notes over lunch before hitting the shops again, or simply unwind at the end of the day with some light eats and perhaps a glass or two of restorative vino before heading out on the town in your new purchases.
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    Relax in the casual dining restaurants of Lymm

    When you need a break from the busy city centre, or you're just looking for somewhere local to enjoy a laid-back night with friends, Lymm's restaurants provide the perfect answer. Forget waiting for taxis or rushing for the last bus home and instead just get together with friends in a local restaurant for some excellent service, great food and even better company. Check out our listings of restaurants in the Lymm area to find the perfect venue for a great evening out.