Restaurants In Blackpool
||There is one thing that
Blackpool is definitely not short of and that’s eateries. The
town is so full of cafés, fish bars, restaurants, and fast
food places that you won’t know where to start!
One of the best things about eating out in Blackpool is that it doesn’t
cost a fortune because this seaside resort prides itself on offer
cheap and cheerful food.
Said to have the ‘best roast dinners in town’, the Tuck
In Café [map]
offers a good choice of breakfasts and lunches for less than a fiver,
while Tracies Tuck In [map],
has English food along with a few international dishes at very reasonable
If you’re looking for something a little different
then how about trying some great Afro-Caribbean cuisine at Lagoonda
or maybe some spicy Tex-Mex delights at Coasters American Diner
and Bar [map],
where you even get to sit in a dodgem or waltzer car!
There are also plenty of Chinese, Indian, Thai and Italian restaurants
dotted around the town centre that are well worth trying.
Blackpool’s fine dining offering
comes in the form of the famous September Brasserie [map]
, a firm favourite among celebrities and politicians. Run by chef-patron
Michael Golowicz, this place has been mentioned in the Good Food
Guide since it opened back in 1990.
The White Tower [map]
on Ocean Boulevard at Blackpool Pleasure Beach offers British dishes
with that something extra along with a very distinct Las Vegas-style.
Those of you looking for somewhere to rest your weary legs during
a hectic day of sightseeing should head to one of the many sandwich
bars and cafés. Among them are the trendy Peppermill
which serves freshly made sandwiches, and The Coffee Mill [map]
where you can choose from 24 teas and an array of coffees.
For traditional home-cooked grub then head to the Good Food Kitchen
a little Cottage-style café, or for vegetarian food
try Lennards Eating House [map],
which has been serving veggie breakfasts for more than 18 years.
Last, but certainly not least, Blackpool is home to a staggering number
of fish and chip shops and seafood
restaurants, including the world famous Harry Ramsden’s
on the Promenade.
Also on the Prom you’ll find the 130-year-old Robert’s
Oyster Bar [map],
which serves up a good choice of cockles, oysters and mussels.
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