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Restaurants in City Centre, Southampton

 Try a new cuisine at restaurants in Southampton city centre

Spend an evening out in Southampton and you’ll soon discover what a cosmopolitan place it is. The town hosts a variety of great locations to eat, drink, dance and people watch, perhaps thanks to its rapid growth over the last thirty years. Even longtime locals won’t run short of new restaurants in Southampton city centre to surprise them. What’s so wonderful about the area is the huge diversity of dining establishments. There’s something for everyone, from seasoned foodies to starving students.

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The Rockstone

City Centre
Bar££££
5.5/6342

Mango Thai Tapas - Above Bar

City Centre
Thai££££
5.2/673

Enoteca

City Centre
European££££
5.6/689
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Diego's Southampton

City Centre
European££££
5.3/665

Blue island

City Centre
Greek££££
5.8/626

Red Dog Saloon - Southampton

City Centre
American££££
5.0/62

Zen Japanese & Oriental Restaurant

City Centre
Japanese££££
4.7/63

Supreme Asian Cuisine

City Centre
Asian££££
4.0/61

Piccolo Mondo

City Centre
Italian££££
5.8/628

La Tavernetta

City Centre
Italian££££
5.8/611

Shanghai Bay

City Centre
Chinese

Tapas Barcelona

City Centre
Spanish££££
5.0/692

Ennio's

City Centre
Italian££££
5.5/672

Stein Garten

City Centre
German££££
4.8/612

STAKKS

City Centre
American££££
4.7/611

La Lupa

City Centre
Italian

Coriander Lounge

City Centre
Indian

Zen

City Centre
Chinese

Casa Brasil

City Centre
Latin American

The Red Lion

City Centre
European
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    Explore the old and the new on England’s south coast

    In the centre of town, the medieval Bargate sits in the middle of a large modern shopping centre, perfectly illustrating the charm of a place where echoes of the past still linger among shiny new developments. It’s no surprise, then, that there are many museums to explore, including the Museum of Archaeology, which houses a treasure trove, and the restored 14th century Medieval Merchant’s House. Many of the restaurants in Southampton city centre are institutions in their own right, having served the local community for decades, while inventive new establishments have sprung up alongside them, bringing something new to the area’s dining scene.
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    Restaurants in Southampton city centre are cheap, cheerful and international

    Restaurants in Southampton city centre offer a wide variety of cuisines at wallet-friendly prices that will appeal to young foodies as much as young families. There’s no need to make do with substandard fare as restaurants in the city centre of Southampton are staffed by chefs who earned their stripes in every part of the globe, and have brought their local food traditions with them to England. Enjoy Vietnamese or Greek food, American-style barbecue or Mexican tacos. There are plenty of restaurants in Southampton city centre that offer vegan and gluten-free options, too.
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    Experience fine dining at restaurants in Southampton city centre

    If there’s a special occasion coming up on your calendar, be sure to book a table at one of the fine dining restaurants in Southampton city centre. The area is lucky to boast a variety of locations which offer dining experiences beyond the ordinary. Enjoy seasonal tasting menus by chefs who honed their craft at Michelin starred eateries. Try locally reared, rare breed pork grilled to perfection, or afternoon tea with all the trimmings, plus a panoramic harbour view. Fine dining restaurants in Southampton city centre have established a standard of excellence that will exceed your expectations.