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Restaurants in Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough's restaurants offer global cuisine of the highest quality

Teesside has always been open to gastronomic influence and, as Quandoo's selection shows, things aren't about to change. For instance, parmo (breaded chicken schnitzel with Bechamel sauce and chips) was introduced by an American after World War Two and quickly became a local legend. These days, Middlesbrough's restaurants take their inspiration from every part of the world and although you can still find the perfect parmo, there's much more to explore when you book tables at Middlesbrough's best restaurants via Quandoo.

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12 Harland Place

12 Harland Place

Norton
Gourmet
5.3/6245
Uno Ristorante

Uno Ristorante

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.2/6201
Canteen & Cocktails - Norton
5.2/6241
Cafe Lilli

Cafe Lilli

Norton
European££££
5.6/6190
Chadwicks Inn - Maltby

Chadwicks Inn - Maltby

Maltby
Bar££££
5.4/6206
Brasserie Hudson Quay

Brasserie Hudson Quay

Town Centre
Mediterranean££££
5.3/6162
La Pharmacie Restaurant

La Pharmacie Restaurant

Town Centre
Fusion££££
5.2/6139
The Vane Arms

The Vane Arms

Thorpe Thewles
European££££
5.3/657
The Norton Tavern

The Norton Tavern

Norton
Bar££££
5.3/656
Manjaros

Manjaros

Town Centre
Caribbean££££
4.9/664
Vine - Middlesbrough

Vine - Middlesbrough

Linthorpe
International££££
5.9/616
The Cow Shed

The Cow Shed

Town Centre
Gourmet££££
5.0/66
The Hambletonian

The Hambletonian

Norton
European££££
4.6/619
Claudio's Italian Restaurant

Claudio's Italian Restaurant

Stockton
Italian££££
5.2/66
Elianos Brasserie

Elianos Brasserie

Town Centre
Italian££££

Vadah

Stockton
Indian££££
5.6/629
The Miraaj

The Miraaj

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/64
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    Italian food stars at restaurants in Middlesbrough

    There's definitely a cosmopolitan air about Middlesbrough's modern restaurant scene, with a host of Mediterranean eateries opening up in recent times. The area received thousands of arrivals from Italy in the 20th century, and the new generation is branching out, offering dishes like stonebaked pizzas, homemade pates and fabulous Adriatico seafood risottos. From Veneto to Sicily, the whole Italian peninsula has a place on menus at restaurants in Middlesbrough, so whether you adore pasta or calzones, you're in the perfect city.
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    Discover the British food renaissance at restaurants in Middlesbrough

    British cuisine is also on the up in this corner of the North East. There's a cluster of brasserie-style British restaurants near Middlesbrough that mix opulent surroundings with meticulously prepared, delicious foods. Some place their focus on seafood using North Sea cod and haddock while others like Chadwick's Inn specialise in Northumberland meat, creating succulent roasts that would be ideal for a Sunday family lunch. The region as a whole is in the middle of a British dining renaissance, and at Middlesbrough's restaurants you can be right at the centre of the action.
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    Try some Caribbean flavours at laid-back Middlesbrough restaurants

    Teesside continues to absorb food influences from different cultures and communities and Middlesbrough's Caribbean restaurants are excellent examples of this. Friendly eateries like Manjaros on Linthorpe Road offer homemade (and very fiery) sauces which they apply skillfully to flame-grilled chicken dishes. Add in lighter bites like cajun wraps and decadent cheesecakes for dessert, and you've got some of the most enjoyable restaurants in Middlesbrough for laid-back family meals.
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    Discover inventive bistro restaurants in Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough's elite restaurants are really working hard to create unique dining experiences for their patrons. For instance, La Pharmacie on Corporation Way has turned a standard city centre unit into a little slice of Belle Epoque Paris, with all of the aperitifs and Gallic dishes you could desire. Meanwhile, Stockton's 12 Harland Place has conjured up a vibrant fusion of international cuisine and live music performances. If you need a romantic venue with a dash of creativity to impress a special someone, these Middlesbrough restaurants have what you need and more.
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    Enjoy an inspired Indian meal at fine restaurants in Middlesbrough

    If your gastronomic passion is centred around spice, Indian restaurants in Middlesbrough will transport you to food heaven. For the best curries in town, head over to Stockton, which is home to award-winning chefs like Vadah's Kaysar Ahmed. Not just that, the area's Indian kitchens aren't content to produce accomplished versions of familiar dishes, they’re also bringing less well-known recipes to the attention of Teesside diners, such as roasted duck with a pistachio based stuffing, or intriguing Indian spins on British traditions like Railway Lamb. Always imaginative and always delicious, these wonderful dishes can be sampled whenever you wish by making a booking with Quandoo.