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Restaurants in Clitheroe

 Clitheroe has restaurants from around the world

The ancient market town of Clitheroe has restaurants serving cuisine from every corner of the globe. Thanks to the town’s proximity to Manchester, the local population is multicultural — and that’s always a great thing where food is concerned. From Waddington Road in the north of the town to King Street in the south, Clitheroe’s restaurants offer flavours and aromas from every continent. Whether you’re in the mood for a Thai curry or a Mexican enchilada, the exotic food you crave is always on your doorstep.

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Red Pump Inn

Bashall Eaves
Steakhouse££££
5.7/659

The 3 Millstones Inn

West Bradford
European££££
5.7/656

The Rose & Crown Hotel

Town Centre
European££££
4.0/62
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Swan & Royal

Town Centre
European

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Town Centre
European

The Villa

Town Centre
Italian

La Vespa

Town Centre
Italian

Lower Buck

Waddington
European££££

Côte Manchester

City Centre
French££££
5.6/6871

Tomahawk Steakhouse - Potto

Potto
Steakhouse££££
5.5/6772
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    Change things up a bit at restaurants in Clitheroe

    Often the most enjoyable dining experience are those when we stick to what we know. But the sheer selection of restaurants in Clitheroe means you can broaden your horizons and discover completely new flavours from around the world. For such an experience, head to The Emporium on Moor Lane, a Parisian-style brasserie that also happens to serve a wide selection of homemade desserts. To eat like the Italians do, book a table at Piccolino, also on Moor Lane, where the selection of cured meats on offer is legendary. And if you really want to be adventurous, head to Jenni Pho Asian Fusion on York Street, a delightful and very authentic Vietnamese. Wherever you end up, clitheroe restaurants have a warm welcome waiting for you.
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    Plan the perfect celebration at one of Clitheroe’s top restaurants

    Many celebrations can be catered for in Clitheroe’s best restaurants. If you’re looking for somewhere that caters for large stag parties, for instance, reserve a table at the Waddington Arms, which has a beer garden, pool tables and live sport. This place also offers pub grub classics such as bangers and mash and cottage pie. Wedding anniversaries and family birthday parties are catered for at Dil Raj Restaurant on Parson Lane, which offers a full selection of Indian classics and a team of staff that is experienced in hosting celebrations. Wherever you go, parties always go with a bang at Clitheroe restaurants.
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    Book tables at Clitheroe restaurants to avoid disappointment

    Whether you’re one of the locals or just passing through, it’s always best to reserve a table at your favourite restaurants in Clitheroe. The most popular eateries in this charming Lancashire town are often booked up well in advance, so it’s best to plan ahead. To avoid disappointment, use Quandoo to find the perfect dining venue and reserve in seconds.