History and style in Northampton's restaurants
You'll find interesting cafes, bars and restaurants in Northampton's old streets which radiate away from the town square and bring to mind its original medieval trades, such as Gold Street, Silver Street and Sheep Street. See the beautiful five churches which managed to survive the fire, including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which was built around 1110. The city is compact and easy to meander around on foot and you'll spot plenty of interesting Northampton restaurants along your way, from cosy cafes through to larger Indian restaurants, stylish French bistros and classic English pubs serving delicious modern classics. The focus here amongst the restaurants in Northampton is very much on the quality of food and service, with comfortable, attractive interiors that encourage diners to relax and unwind. It isn't a pretentious city and this makes for a great atmosphere.