10 Restaurants in Southam

Dine at the best restaurants in Southam

Southam is a pretty little market town in Warwickshire, surrounded by picturesque countryside, ancient villages and a wealth of visitor attractions. See imposing Warwick Castle, take the kids to Hatton Country World, tour Stratford-Upon-Avon on a guided bus and enjoy a fun day out at Legoland in nearby Windsor. The market town centre is busy and very attractive with plenty of interesting shops, friendly cafes and stylish bars. With a vibrant gastronomic scene, the restaurants in Southam are certainly worth visiting and they span the world's cuisines with options to suit all diners.

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The Kings Head

Napton-on-the-Hill
British££££
5.6/6596
The Kings Head

The Bowling Green

Town Centre
British££££
5.4/6147
The Bowling Green

The Folly Inn

Napton-on-the-Hill
British££££
5.0/61
The Folly Inn
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Côte Cirencester

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/62054
Côte Cirencester

Côte Cheltenham

Montpellier
French££££
5.3/61446
Côte Cheltenham

Beckett's Farm Restaurant

Wythall
British££££
5.4/61380
Beckett's Farm Restaurant

Côte Amersham

Amersham
French££££
5.3/61318
Côte Amersham

Flavourz World Buffet

Bearwood
International££££
5.0/61417
Flavourz World Buffet

Côte Oxford

City Centre
French££££
5.3/61185
Côte Oxford

Côte Newbury

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/61189
Côte Newbury
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    Which of Southam's restaurants will tempt you?

    The Kings Head in Napton-on-the-Hill offers a superb menu of British classics, local beers and ales and a welcoming, comfortable environment that's ideal for walkers. Try the 21-day aged grass-fed steak with triple-fried frites and a green side salad and a sticky toffee pudding for dessert. The Bowling Green in the centre is another of Southam's restaurants that's as big a hit with the local as it is with tourists. It's spacious and beautifully restored, with high-chairs for children and an expansive menu that offers excellent vegetarian options alongside meat and fish dishes. The beer-battered haddock is a particular favourite amongst the diners! Do take a moment to book your table in advance however to avoid any need to queue at busy times.