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Restaurants in Stafford

 Enjoy top-quality meals at restaurants in Stafford

Located at the heart of Britain in the picturesque surroundings of the West Midlands region, Staffordshire's county town is a must-visit. From historical sites like the Ancient High House to family-fun locations like marinas, farm yards and castles, you won't run out of exciting things to do. As if that's not enough, Stafford's restaurants are beautiful and make ideal locations for family outings, celebrations with friends or romantic meals shared with that significant person in your life. Although Stafford is not the largest city in the Midlands, don't let that fool you: flavours of cosmopolitan culinary cultures from across the globe are represented at Stafford's restaurants, ranging from the sweet and sour notes of Chinese cooking to the pungent spices of Indian cuisine. And with Quandoo, you can reserve your next amazing meal at one of Stafford's restaurants in seconds without having to trawl through loads of reviews or take time out of your day to call ahead. It's never been easier!

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Cinnamon Court

Cinnamon Court

Bentley
Indian££££
5.3/692
Cinnamon Court
Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Willenhall
Indian££££
5.5/654
Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton
Mirchi - Stoke

Mirchi - Stoke

Shelton
Indian££££
5.4/655
Mirchi - Stoke
The Tavern

The Tavern

Denstone
European££££
5.2/632
The Tavern
Micky's Steakaway

Micky's Steakaway

Town Centre
Steakhouse££££
5.3/647
Micky's Steakaway
The Parkbrook Bar and Grill

The Parkbrook Bar and Grill

Birchills
European££££
5.4/639
The Parkbrook Bar and Grill
Tamarind - Cannock

Tamarind - Cannock

Cannock
Indian££££
5.5/617
Tamarind - Cannock
No. 12- Shifnal

No. 12- Shifnal

Shifnal
European££££
6.0/67
No. 12- Shifnal
Ashiana - Stafford

Ashiana - Stafford

Centre
Indian££££
4.9/611
Ashiana - Stafford
The Hooded Ram

The Hooded Ram

Centre
Indian££££
5.0/612
The Hooded Ram
The Royal Ruchi

The Royal Ruchi

Abbots Bromley
Indian££££
5.5/611
The Royal Ruchi
The Hop & Vine

The Hop & Vine

Hadley
Indian££££
6.0/64
The Hop & Vine
The Lion Inn

The Lion Inn

Waters Upton
Indian££££
5.8/66
The Lion Inn
India Red

India Red

Hednesford
Indian££££
5.4/69
India Red
Essence of the Orient

Essence of the Orient

Castletown
Chinese££££
4.9/612
Essence of the Orient
Chandni Cottage

Chandni Cottage

Draycott
Indian££££
5.8/68
Chandni Cottage
Narvana

Narvana

Centre
Indian££££
5.5/64
Narvana
Gurkha 1816

Gurkha 1816

Centre
International££££
5.8/66
Gurkha 1816
Lamp Restaurant & Bar

Lamp Restaurant & Bar

Centre
Indian££££
5.4/610
Lamp Restaurant & Bar
Elaichi - Birmingham

Elaichi - Birmingham

Cannock
Indian
6.0/62
Elaichi - Birmingham
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    Kick off your night in style at Stafford's restaurants

    As the local cultural and commercial centre, Stafford is jam-packed with things to do. If you're set to enjoy a performance at one of the town's top-quality venues like the Gatehouse Theatre, why not enjoy a meal at one of Stafford's restaurants first? For a taste of the pungent flavours used in classic East Asian cuisine, Essence of the Orient on nearby Broad Eye serves up fine Chinese dishes perfect for starting your evening out in style like roast pork in black bean sauce and fried soft noodles with bean sprouts. And with many of the town's old-fashioned pubs and fun, modern bars concentrated on town centre streets like Bridge Street and Newport Road, a meal at one of Stafford's restaurants is convenient either before or after you meet your mates for a few drinks.
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    Enjoy delicious seafood at Stafford's restaurants

    The town might be located far away from the sea, but the chefs here haven't let that stop them developing gorgeous seafood dishes to put on their menus. For a top-class fish dish, why not head down to the Forebridge area on the banks of the River Sow to try one of Stafford's most-loved restaurants? The Island on Lichfield Road is known around Staffordshire for a simply divine range of subcontinental flavours, with dishes like the divine salmon tarkari (marinated, tandoori-cooked fish with capsicum, onion and cumin) or the gorgeous fish bhuna (phangash fillets in tomato and onion sauce). The chefs here are known for their liberal use of amazing ingredients and their commitment to traditional Indian cooking styles, so you know you're going to get a great meal.
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    All tastes are looked after at Stafford's restaurants

    As an age-old town founded all the way back in the year 700, Stafford has been welcoming visitors for centuries on end. That means you're sure to receive a friendly Midlands welcome at whichever one of Stafford's restaurants you set foot in, no matter what your needs may be. The staff at Stafford's restaurants are great when it comes to customer service, and they're usually very knowledgeable when it comes to the particular food allergies and dietary preferences of their guests. Vegetarians can enjoy delectable dishes at Stafford's restaurants like vegetable shashlick (mixed vegetables cooked in aromatic spices and garnished with tomatoes, peppers and onions), braised mushrooms with bamboo shoots, and much more. And if you're just looking for a daytime light bite in between trips to local must-sees like the historic Stafford Castle, then just call into one of the many restaurants in Stafford offering small plates like sandwiches, pies and more.