St Helens is a large town that sits neatly between Liverpool and Manchester providing a perfect base locals in the North West. It's most commonly associated with the rugby, but also offers horse racing at Haydock, theatre and arts at its award-winning central venues (the Citadel Arts Centre is one of the UK's top 10 music venues for blues and jazz) and the 20-metre high 'Dream' sculpture by Jaume Plensa which is visible from the approaching M62. You'll also discover a great selection of restaurants in St Helens town centre, spanning a wide number of global cuisines.
Thai Jaa in the town centre is one of St Helen's restaurants worth trying. It consistently gets high reviews thanks to its delectable Thai specialities, all prepared with exceptional care and service. Try the zingy tiger prawns with scallops, or a large and comforting bowl of traditional pad thai. Or perhaps you fancy a slap-up American feast for a night out with friends? In which case, head to All State Diners for incredible burgers in the evening, and a menu brimming with pancakes, waffles, bagels and toasties in the daytime. Just make sure you arrive hungry and book your table in advance via Quandoo to avoid any queues!