Warwick Restaurants

58 restaurants in Warwick




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6 Jury Street, Warwick, CV34 4EW [Map]

Catalan's recreates a wonderful Mediterranean atmosphere for casual dining in Warwick. The tapas there spur you on to let your guard down when you are among friends and give ample reason to stay on for dinner. Learn more

Catalan's recreates a wonderful Mediterranean atmosphere for casual dining in Warwick. The tapas there spur you on to let your guard down when you are among friends and give ample reason to stay on for dinner. Live music on select evenings enhances the experience transporting you to a carefree world.

Your evening could begin with a delightful calamari farcit with baby squid filled with a mix of rice, chorizo, capers and sun-dried tomato. For mains try the oven roasted Gressingham duck breast served with braised red cabbage with raisins accompanied with poached pear and a port and pear jus. Seafood is represented by pan-fried sea bass fillet served with roast fennel and tomato accompanied by gratinated mussels. The dessert menu includes a cheesecake selection that changes daily and expect to find a selection of Spanish and continental cheese with apple and fig chutney.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

Mediterranean, Tapas

£22.00£36.00

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30 Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SH [Map]

Tucked into the corner of Warwick's Market Square, The Rose and Crown hums with life all day long. This pub has become a favourite with the townspeople, and the private dining room catering up to 20 guests can be used variously as a watering-hole, the place for a spot of lunch or a celebration dinner. Learn more

Tucked into the corner of Warwick's Market Square, The Rose and Crown hums with life all day long. This pub has become a favourite with the townspeople, and the private dining room catering up to 20 guests can be used variously as a watering-hole, the place for a spot of lunch or a celebration dinner.

It would be possible to enlarge upon all this indefinitely, but our purpose here is to tell you about The Rose and Crown and how they put into practice their strongly held principles. First the property, a handsome building in the middle of a busy county town which draws heavily on visitors to Warwick Castle nearby, and many other attractions on the south Midlands.

They have 5 en-suite B & B rooms, 2 of which can be family rooms, the other 3 doubles, all suitable for those wanting comfortable, straightforward accommodation in Middle England. Inside, bold but graceful features such as large open fireplaces and furnishings to match make for a series of spacious and attractive rooms.

At the heart of a true gastropub is, of course, the menu. Head chef Simon Malin was interested in the kitchen right from school. He has worked in Hyatt New Hotel, Birmingham and other Hyatt locations in New Zealand and Germany. He rose through the ranks at Halcyon Hotel in Holland Park, London. His award winning food has earned him many regular visitors.

Malin and his team have designed a menu combining traditional pub favourites as well as something a little different. They are in the kitchen every day preparing all the dishes fresh on the premises. On the menu, you will find the very best quality fresh ingredients - fantastic sausages; free-range chicken; pan-fried fillets and seafood; 28 day dry-aged Aberdeenshire rump steak - sourced from producers who take pride in their products and an ethical stance in their production.

The Rose and Crown opens daily at 8am for full English or continental breakfast.The deli board comes in five different guises ? veggie, charcuterie, cheese, fish and favourites like cold poached salmon, pitta, mini cocktail sausages and Westcombe cheddar. It's good for sharing or if you're just peckish yourself.

Food is served from lunch through to dinner with the express menu and fat juicy sandwiches running from noon to 6pm which offers plenty of hot, main meals so you can be sure that whenever you pop, you won't leave hungry! The a la carte menu served at lunch and dinner carries a number of either/or options including a well packed Caesar salad where 25p from every one sold goes to promoting healthy eating in local schools.

When the menu emerges can the wine list be far behind - in this case, no, thankfully since tucker like this deserves a sympathetic and timely response from the cellar which, whilst drawing quite heavily on France by no means neglects the exciting new outlets for quality wine. Black Sheep and Warwickshire Purity Gold are amongst the well kept and endlessly popular ales.

Click on their Website for latest news, reservations, private room hire and nice comments from happy diners. Like the look of The Rose and Crown? See their two sister pubs, The One Elm - Stratford Upon Avon and The Almanack in Kenilworth.


 

Gastropub, Modern British, Modern European

£15.00£35.00

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7 Swan Street, Warwick, CV34 4BJ [Map]

This restaurant, situated in the heart of the historic town of Warwick, is one which breaks all the normal rules, by presenting Thai food in a most unusual way, all within an Art Gallery setting. Learn more

This restaurant, situated in the heart of the historic town of Warwick, is one which breaks all the normal rules, by presenting Thai food in a most unusual way, all within an Art Gallery setting. Having opened in the spring of 2004, it has gained an excellent reputation for Thai cuisine, in the view of some matched only by places mainly in London.

The Art Kitchen specialises in contemporary Thai food, with a large part of the menu offering tapas style portions. This allows diners to sample a variety of tastes and eat as little or as much as they like.

Ingredients are invariably of the highest quality and the freshest available. The beef is Aberdeen Angus and the fish arrives daily from the Birmingham fish market. Eggs come from a Stoneleigh small-holding specialising in rare French hens that have the run of the fields.

The menu is an accommodating one and arranges the dishes into a bite, or 'bytes', according to stature and status. Amongst the one byte brigade are the duck spring roll, a trio of chicken, prawn and crab cake, and sweet peppers stuffed with minced chicken and deep fried.

Two bytes include chicory leaves filled with chopped chicken, prawn or duck and dressed with lime juice, chillis and shallots or strips of tender beef fillet served with coriander, fresh mint, onion and lime juice. Bigger bytes is where you will find the 'main courses', amongst which is the restaurant's signature dish - fillet of Aberdeen Angus beef roasted pink with oyster sauce. There's a wide range of options amongst the vegetables, rice and noodles while vegetarians have it good with delicious dishes such as stir fried broccoli in oyster sauce or vegetarian Thai curries. For dessert expect to find a pandan and coconut pancake served with vanilla ice cream or a lemongrass infused crème brulée.

A monthly specials menu brings forward new and exciting dishes that are constantly being invented by the kitchen. During the game season, you might be able to find Venison sourced from the Balmoral Estate which is wok fried in black pepper sauce. Furthermore, there's a 1-2-3 lunchtime menu, which offers great value for money and quick service with options for one, two or three courses.

Nowadays customers attach increased importance to the provision of reliable table water. The Art Kitchen has met this need by installing a sophisticated filtration tank system which offers virtually unlimited supplies of fresh purified water, a move that has proved popular with an ever more health-concerned public. A global wine list offers numerous choices including the renowned Taittinger Brut Reserve, an excellent champagne should you be in a celebratory mood.

A Continental Tapas Bar ambience has been created in the bar area to provide an informal space to have a drink with some roast cashews. The Art Kitchen benefits from a full on-licence and an extension supper licence. Alcoholic beverages are sold on weekdays from 11.00am until 12.00 midnight.

A community of local artists create contemporary artwork that is displayed around the restaurant and offered for sale. The Art Kitchen also offers the possibility of bespoke artwork and photograph canvases.

The relationship between good eating and visual art is historic, one which goes back through the rich canvasses that adorn the walls of many a stately home dining room to the caves of our ancestors who just used the walls, canvas not being available. Dining at the Art Kitchen carries this process forwards and undoubtedly offers an interesting and different experience, combining as it does the pleasures of both excellent Thai food and accessible art.

More information is available on their attractively presented Website.

Thai

£15.00£30.00

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25 Regent Grove, Leamington Spa, Warwick, CV32 4NN [Map]

Prezzo has been delighting diners for over eight years, and this Italian restaurant chain has since been able to expand throughout large parts of England and Scotland with some 141 outlets. Interestingly, the company seeks to restore either impressive buildings or ones of local interest. Learn more

Prezzo has been delighting diners for over eight years, and this Italian restaurant chain has since been able to expand throughout large parts of England and Scotland with some 141 outlets.

Interestingly, the company seeks to restore either impressive buildings or ones of local interest. The conversion of the Newbury library and other listed buildings, such as those in Salisbury, Romsey and Mayfair, are all welcome examples of 'new use'. Their trendy and sophisticated décor usually consists of tiled or wooden floors with delicate lights and colourful paintings, along with wooden furniture and sparkling cutlery, creating a setting that is suitable for a relaxed lunch, a family meal or an evening out with friends.

The restaurants are of particular appeal to those who like genuine Italian cuisine, and they use only the best seasonal products, many of which are imported directly from Italy. The menu includes pizza, pasta, risotto, grilled meats, fresh salads and frequently changing specials.

The freshly baked breads, like the garlic bread with mozzarella cheese, are perfect for sharing and give you adequate breathing space to order starters to follow. Crab cakes served with garlic mayonnaise or grilled goat's cheese with plum tomatoes and caramelised onions on foccacia bread with a balsamic glaze set the tone for a hearty meal. Best fun is to order an antipasto platter to share made up from seven well loved Italian nibbles.

Find pastas such as the unusual penne con salmone, with oak-roasted salmon, broccoli and fresh chillies in a red pesto and cream sauce, or firm favourites like spaghetti with meatballs, spaghetti Bolognese, and fusilli al pesto, asparagus spears with field mushrooms and roasted peppers in a basil pesto sauce.

Amongst the special pastas, the pollo mariano, seasoned chicken, pepperoni sausage, roasted peppers and fusilli in tomato sauce, is interesting and different. Italian menus would be incomplete without risotto, like tiger prawns with petits pois in a creamy saffron sauce.

Classic pizzas embrace, among a wide selection, the popular napoletana, topped with yellowfin tuna, tomato, white anchovies, capers, red onion, mozzarella and marinated olives, and the much loved quattro stagioni - pepperoni sausage, prosciutto ham, artichoke, field mushrooms, capers, marinated olives, mozzarella and tomato.

Specials could include the pollo Siciliana, char-grilled chicken breast, prosciutto ham and plum tomato slices, baked with their blend of cheese, only one example from the many tempting offerings that come out from the Prezzo kitchens.

You can accompany the food with a variety of tipples, though for many, Italian food requires Italian wines to be enjoyed to the full, ranging from house wine through Morellino di Scansano and Prosecco to liqueurs and beer, and there is espresso or fresh ground coffee to wind up an enjoyable meal, in company with a glass of grappa or sambuca.

This is Italian food at its attractive best, convincing and bringing together the traditional with the modern twist or two against a background of excellent value.

Prezzo is a lively group and opportunities to improve and update are never left on the table for long. Keep up to date with a quick click on their Website.

Italian

£15.00£30.00

Kane's Restaurant

Nunhold Farm, Warwick, CV35 8XB [Map]

British

N/AN/A

Castle Keep

6 Castle Street, Warwick, CV344BP [Map]

British

£13.00£26.00

Peacock Oxhill

Main Street, Oxhill, CV35 0QU [Map]

English

£16.00£32.00

The Lodge Restaurant

Ardencote Manor Hotel, The Cumsey, Lye Green Road, Claverdon, Warwick, CV35 8LT [Map]

As a premier four star venue, Ardencote Manor Hotel combines timeless elegance with the comfort and amenities of a modern luxury hotel with an added emphasis on relaxation. If you would like to experience fine dining at a 2 AA Rossette level then The Lodge Restaurant might just be the place. Learn more

As a premier four star venue, Ardencote Manor Hotel combines timeless elegance with the comfort and amenities of a modern luxury hotel with an added emphasis on relaxation. If you would like to experience fine dining at a 2 AA Rossette level then The Lodge Restaurant might just be the place. Executive Head Chef Luciano Catalinotto's style is influenced by cuisines from around the world and his menus feature innovative interpretations of classical English and French dishes.

A starter of locally sourced rabbit is served with red and yellow sweet pepper and a salad of sheznu cress and garden herbs with beetroot dressing. Feast on a porcine trilogy of pig's cheek and spring onion parcel, confit of belly pork, sage rubbed pork chop, poached baby fennel and apple and nutmeg compote. Those looking for a plain grilled main course could choose from the 'La Placha' menu of char-grilled sword fish steak or pan-fried calves' liver.

British, International, Modern British

£28.00£38.00

ASK Italian - Warwick

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16-18 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4AP [Map]

For some time I made the mistake of thinking that no group of restaurants in the region of 200 locations could hope to maintain the quality for which I was looking. Then one day I decided to put my prejudices to the test, walked into Oxford ASK Italian! and discovered that I could not have been more mistaken. Learn more

For some time I made the mistake of thinking that no group of restaurants in the region of 200 locations could hope to maintain the quality for which I was looking.

Then one day I decided to put my prejudices to the test, walked into Oxford ASK Italian! and discovered that I could not have been more mistaken. Their claim to serve freshly prepared quality food in stylish and comfortable surroundings with friendly and efficient service proved to be absolutely spot on.

Since then I have also discovered that a degree of consistency seems to operate throughout their restaurants, and that certainly does take some achieving, implying a degree of management that is enviable. They are perfect places for an impromptu snack, a bit of culinary grazing, or the full works, and families are catered for particularly well.

Their trendy décor usually comprises tiled floors and black furniture with well set tables that sparkle with glass, silver and spotless linen. Ten starters include crostini and bruschetta, followed by a range of salads, pasta and al forno, oven baked pasta, some with chicken.

The pizzas are stone baked in the oven, creating a crisp, authentic and delicious flavour, and they all come topped with mozzarella and tomato. Calzone introduce a touch of opulence with a folded pizza baked in the oven and topped with garlic butter and melted grana padano, whilst inside expect to find chicken or a vegetarian mix.

Amongst the specials may I warmly, in every sense, recommend the polpette al forno, a popular Milanese dish of beef meatballs sautéed in garlic with fire roasted peppers, caramelised onions, chilli and pomodoro sauce, with penne pasta, topped with cheese and oven baked.

An enticing selection of desserts list banoffee pie and tiramisu amongst them, and the coffee tastes like coffee, which may sound banal, but I guess you know what I mean.

Thanks to a well selected wine list speculative drinking can offer handsome dividends, even with prices rarely crossing the £20 barrier.

Pizza & Pasta

£14.00£27.00

Castle Balti

11-13 St. Johns, Warwick, CV34 4NE [Map]

Indian

N/A£30.00

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Special Offers

The Queen & Castle

Kenilworth

Festive Menu - 3 courses for £25.95

Sorrento Restaurant

Stratford-upon-Avon

2/3 Course Set Menu £14.90/£18.90

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Stratford-upon-Avon

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Catalan

Warwick

Catalan's recreates a wonderful Mediterranean atmosphere for casual dining in Warwick. The tapas there spur you on to let your guard down when you are among friends and give ample reason to stay ...