You'll find some mouth-watering Midlands eateries among the Cannock restaurants on Quandoo's dining database, so if you are craving a gourmet meal, go ahead and make a booking. There's everything from gorgeous Greek food to classic curries, upscale bar-brasseries, and gastropubs galore, so scroll through the local restaurants in Cannock and find a venue that ticks all of your boxes.
Being on the boundaries of Birmingham, it's probably inevitable that many of Cannock's best restaurants come from the Indian subcontinent. But what many diners don't realise, is that local curry houses compare really well with the famous places in central Brum. If you delve into the Indian options with Quandoo, you'll come across some enticing dishes. There's tangy Chicken Chum Chum at Plaza, and whole tandoori chickens at Dilshad, as well as a comprehensive selection of classics at Padma (where the elegant setting is just as appealing as the delectable food). One thing's for sure. If you love curry, Cannock's restaurants won't let you down.
Dining out in this part of the Midlands isn't all about curry, although it might feel like that sometimes. If you look closely, you'll find a variety of European and British dining spots jostling for attention. For instance, over in Bridgtown, there are some wonderful Greek tavernas, which offer meat feasts like kleftiko alongside some of the area's best veggie options. If you're avoiding meat for a while or a committed vegetarian, dishes like gemista or vegetable moussaka will be an absolute delight.
World cuisine is everywhere you look, but there are also some innovative new British restaurants in Cannock that are well worth trying out. Bars like Podge and Tin in the centre of town celebrate Staffordshire and the Midlands' independent meat and veg producers, turning regional produce into stunning burgers, peri peri chicken, tortilla wraps and fish and chips. If you want a traditional British supper made with youthful energy in down to earth contemporary surroundings, these gastro-bars are the perfect place to be, especially when you throw a few craft beers into the mix.