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Restaurants in Warrington

Shopping and great restaurants in Warrington

The Cheshire town of Warrington is home to a busy retail centre, lively nightlife scene and some great restaurants both in the town centre itself and the surrounding areas. It’s an attractive town with a very smart indoor shopping centre that serves as a focal point for retail and food lovers alike. Head to the Golden Square for Warrington restaurants that are busy throughout the day and you'll find places to enjoy a quick breakfast on the go, a sociable lunch with friends or a relaxing meal in the evening.

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Chiangmai Bistro - Newton-Le-Willows

Chiangmai Bistro - Newton-Le-Willows

Newton-le-Willows
Thai££££
5.6/6165
Chiangmai Thai Tapas - Stockton Heath
5.5/676
Desii

Desii

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.1/625
Arroy Thai

Arroy Thai

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.5/613
All State Diners

All State Diners

Newton-le-Willows
American££££
4.2/66
Donatello

Donatello

Orford
Italian££££
5.0/64
Benvenuti

Benvenuti

Stockton Heath
Italian££££
3.5/62
Ozmi

Ozmi

Culcheth
Indian
5.4/688
Thai Paragon Restaurant and Bar
5.5/621
Indian Tiffin

Indian Tiffin

Culcheth
Indian££££
5.0/623
Spice Lounge

Spice Lounge

Culcheth
Indian££££
5.3/612
Cardamon Cuisine

Cardamon Cuisine

Stockton Heath
Indian
5.7/610
The Cottage

The Cottage

Culcheth
Indian££££
6.0/63
Indish

Indish

Stockton Heath
Indian
5.0/612
Rolando's

Rolando's

Lymm
Italian
6.0/61
Efes Brasserie

Efes Brasserie

Centre
International££££
3.5/64
Taste of India Balti House

Taste of India Balti House

Newton-le-Willows
Indian££££
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    Big chains to independent restaurants in Warrington

    There's a great blend of restaurants in Warrington, each offering something a little different, and you'll find the town's cultural and demographic diversity reflected in the mix of international food offerings. There are some great Chinese restaurants close to the main train station, while Golden Square has some excellent big-name Italian, American and Mexican chain restaurants. Walk out to the old square and you'll find a great grill restaurant or two, along with some traditional British and French restaurants which offer a la carte dining and excellent set lunchtime menus.
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    Pair eating out with going out

    Warrington may have the feel of a modern and updated town, but it’s actually existed as a settlement since Roman times, growing rapidly during the Industrial Revolution. Its geographical position between Manchester and Liverpool as well as excellent transport links make it a popular spot for days and nights out. Many people come here for the sporting culture, too, with the good old Wolves in particular drawing in big crowds on match days. You'll probably want to book a table if you’re planning to eat out in one of central Warrington’s restaurants when there's an event in town, and the good news? You can reserve your table up to two hours in advance with Quandoo to avoid any queueing.
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    Exploring restaurants further afield in Warrington

    You'll also find some great dining gems outside of the town centre. Head about a mile south of Warrington to the ever-popular Stockton Heath which is crammed with restaurants and bars. This is where the glamorous Cheshire set like to relax and you'll find high-end chain names and independent venues offering food from award-winning chefs. If you’re looking for a Warrington restaurant for a special occasion, then Stockton Heath is well worth looking at. At lunch you can enjoy the same standard of excellent cooking at a lower price, often with very good set lunch menus or special offers. Why not take a walk along the canal afterwards to see the barges and attractive surroundings? There are some good pubs around for a leisurely afternoon pint.
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    So, what’s typical of Warrington cuisine?

    Like many northern towns, Warrington is diverse and incorporates more than a few cultures into one. From Wigan pies through to Liverpool scouse, Manchester tart and Cheshire fine cheese, you'll find the North West's rich gastronomic heritage on offer in many of Warrington’s restaurants. There is no one-size-fits-all as restaurants range from Arabic and African through to British, French and Italian. However, what the majority do have in common is an excellent menu, talented chefs and great levels of service. Warrington is a notably friendly town that likes to show off its credentials and treat visitors well, so you'll be in for a treat when you enjoy a meal here. Just remember to leave a review of the restaurants in Warrington that you do try so the Quandoo community can benefit from your experience and make their own plans!