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 Peterborough’s restaurants deliver flavours from around the world

Peterborough restaurants befit this historic and cultural town in the East of England. Everywhere you turn, flavours and aromas from all over the world intoxicate the senses — meaning you don’t have to travel long distances to experience new culinary adventures. Whether you’re looking for Chinese food in Queensgate or Thai food on Thorpe Road, you’ll never have to wander too far to find exactly what you’re looking for. Among the other international cuisines represented in Peterborough’s wonderful restaurants include French, Mexican, German, Spanish and Indian. If your tastes originate closer to home, you’ll also find a selection of pubs and restaurants in Peterborough serving nothing but British classics. Make the right choice when selecting a Peterborough restaurant by using the Quandoo app for desktop and mobile.

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    Further your culinary education at the best restaurants in Peterborough

    Let’s face it: most of us have sampled the classic dishes from France, Italy, Mexico and other foodie nations of the world. However, there are often flavours and aromas that only local people know, which is why Peterborough’s family restaurants are so popular. These eateries offer the classics we all know and love, but they also serve regional dishes made with family recipes. The Banyan Tree in the Westgate area serves wonderful Indian food from the south of the country, and is located in a beautiful 18th century building. If you’d like to explore authentic Mexican food, there is no better place than Chimichanga on Church Street, which is geared towards families and large groups. There is a definite family feel to Salamis Greek Taverna on Broadway. This cosy eatery serves all the Greek dishes you’d expect, as well as a selection of specials that are usually reserved for locals. There is a great opportunity to sample a range of more obscure specialities from Southeast Asia at East, which is a contemporary eatery on London Road. Broaden your food horizons by choosing Peterborough restaurants that offer authentic flavours and aromas.
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    Peterborough restaurants offer more than just a great meal

    Peterborough has quality restaurants serving quality food, but some of them offer much more. Particularly in areas such as Woodston, New England and Queensgate, you’ll find lively food “venues”, that combine great food with great entertainment — as well as a party atmosphere. Mattoni Restaurant on Four Chimneys Crescent always has a lively, almost raucous atmosphere. You can watch your food being prepared, then settle in with jugs of beer, cocktails and music. The Windmill on Cherry Orton Road is a contemporary British pub that offers great food, great entertainment and a party atmosphere that’s hard to beat. If you’re looking for Thai food and live music under one roof, reserve a table at The Brewery Tap in the Westgate area, where you can sample craft ales, fine wines and Thai specialities while enjoying a live band. The restaurants in Peterborough city centre are where you’re most likely to find some action.
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    Peterborough restaurants provide a warm welcome after a day of sightseeing

    After a day exploring the historic city of Peterborough, you’re bound to be tired and hungry. So what better way to recharge the batteries than with a meal at one of Peterborough’s exclusive restaurants. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic French dish or something from closer to home, you’ll find Peterborough restaurants near most of the local tourist attractions. One place you might like to visit is Railworld Wildlife Haven, which is just a stone’s throw from the restaurants and nightspots of Queensgate. Among the many other world class visitor attractions in this vibrant city include Flag Fen Archaeology Park, John Clare Cottage and Garden, Sacrewell Museum, Elton Hall and Gardens and Burghley House. Of course, the last thing you’ll want to do after a tiring day of taking in the sights is look for a restaurants in Peterborough, so don’t forget to book a table in advance.
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    Celebrate special occasions at Peterborough’s best restaurants

    Whether you’re planning a surprise birthday party for a friend or a romantic dinner date for you and your partner, Peterborough’s incredible restaurants have everything you could possibly want. There are large communal areas for groups, and small, secluded areas for privacy. Many of Peterborough’s large restaurants will be prepared to reserve areas for large bookings. Fratelli Tavola Calda is ideal for large work events, while family birthdays and other celebrations are more suited to somewhere like Fox & Hounds on Thorpe Road. For a more romantic meal by candlelight, book a table at Vesuvio on Eastgate Mews, which offers lots of secluded corners and booths. Wherever you’re headed in Peterborough, there are restaurants that are perfect for every occasion and taste — and booking a table in one of them is easier than ever with the Quandoo app at your disposal.