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Restaurants in Southport

 Southport has restaurants beat the band

One of the North West's undiscovered gourmet gems, Southport has restaurants from all parts of the world and some superb chefs plying their trade. Only a short train ride away from Liverpool and Manchester, this coastal town is in the midst of a culinary moment. Seafood specialists are finding new ways to serve the region's catch, chefs are turning city centre eateries into cosy Mexican tapas joints, and meat fans are flocking to American and British-influenced eateries too. It's an exciting time to try restaurants in Southport, and Quandoo makes it easy to find all of the best places in town!

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Fuego's

Centre
Mexican££££
5.5/6155

The Firepit Bar & Grill

Centre
European££££
4.8/650

The Bold Hotel

Centre
International££££
4.8/635
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Rueters

Centre
European££££
5.1/625

Chez Moi

Centre
French££££
4.9/618

The Corridor Bar & Eatery

Centre
Spanish££££
5.4/69

Churrasco Restaurant

Centre
Steakhouse££££
5.4/615

Riley's Bar & Restaurant

Centre
American££££
6.0/63
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The Potting Shed - Southport

Centre
European££££
4.0/66

The Kasturi Indian Cuisine

Centre
Indian££££
4.0/62
New

Firepit Smokehouse & Sports Bar - Southport

Centre
American££££

Diva Bistro and Fish Bar

Centre
Fish££££

Forge Brasserie

Centre
Fish££££
5.5/6122

The Tea Rooms

Birkdale
European££££

The Bar and Burger Co

Centre
American
5.0/667

Six30 Bar and Bistro

Ainsdale
European££££
5.3/632

Spiga

Centre
Italian££££
4.6/621

Casa Italia - Southport

Centre
Italian££££
5.1/616

Spiga

Allerton and Hunts Cross
Italian££££
6.0/62

Rosemary, The Brasserie

Centre
European££££
6.0/61
  1. 1.

    Southport's seafood restaurants are a local highlight

    Being at the centre of a major fishing area for over 200 years, it's no surprise that seafood takes pride of place among Southport's restaurants. What may be more surprising is how cosmopolitan the menu's marine delicacies are. Discover locally harvested scallops, mussels and delicately breaded whitebait or cod cooked in San Remo or Provencal sauces. Pick apart a whole lobster (paired with the perfect white wine) or try a bit of everything with huge seafood platters. There aren't many better corners of the world where you can indulge a taste for the fresh fruits of the sea.
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    Tuck into locally produced meat at restaurants in Southport

    Lancashire and Cumbria are also famous for their meat production, with lamb-based dishes like hot-pots being a regional speciality. These days, those old favourites are being reinvented and complemented by steakhouses that offer every conceivable variety. From Chateaubriand to carpaccios, and from kids portions to 22 ounce sharing steaks, these Southport restaurants take locally reared meat and produce some magical dishes that carnivores will find it tough to resist. And with gammon and chicken both on the menu too, everyone's taste is represented.
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    Take a culinary voyage to the Europe at Southport's classiest restaurants

    If you are hunting for the perfect place for an intimate meal with your partner, Southport has restaurants that will be simply ideal. The city centre hosts a cluster of exceptional Italian options, for instance, which focus on fresh ingredients, attentive service and the beautifully balanced flavours of fine Italian cuisine. Others provide a broader Mediterranean experience, but are just as intimate, while French bistros round off a fantastic local range of European eating spots. Southport's restaurants may surprise you with their quality and class - but there's no shortage of fine European chefs working in town so let them show you what they can do, and ensure an unforgettable meal!
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    Get ready to party at bar restaurants in Southport

    Come the weekend, Southport's restaurants also reflect the city's fun-loving nature. If you are out partying with friends, start things off in the perfect fashion by booking one of the informal restaurants in Southport that blend good times and great food. Some Italian options mix the appeal of vibrant bars with the food you would expect from a high-class trattoria, and there are also American burger joints that specialise in matching generously sized burgers with authentic cocktails - the perfect Saturday evening combination. So, when you need a casual ambience, Southport's restaurants have what it takes.
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    Enjoy a gourmet breakfast at restaurants in Southport

    In Southport, some restaurants also offer a gourmet breakfast and brunch experience. No matter if you are waking up after a late night of partying, or up early getting ready for a round of golf at courses like Birkdale, there's no better way to start the day. Book a spot at popular cafes for a hearty fry-up or get into gear with a bowl of nutritious porridge oats with superfoods like chia seeds and blueberries. Whatever the time of day, you've got plenty of dining options at Southport’s restaurants!