15 restaurants in Nantwich
Restaurants in Nantwich:
Penny's Lane, Lach Dennis, nr Northwich, CW9 7SY [Map]
Its reputation having preceded it, The Duke of Portland lives up to it well with food created from the finest locally sourced produce. Situated in the village of Lach Dennis, this is where you can head to enjoy a range of traditional fare, seafood and much more in comfortable down-to-earth surroundings.
An extensive menu promises starters of Gloucester old spot pork belly and black pudding, Montgomery Cheddar cheese flamiche, potted ham hock and hot smoked salmon. For the main course try anything from fish and chips to a classic beef burger. If black pepper and pork sausage, confit of Glyn Arthur lamb with a light gravy and mini shepherd’s pie or baked whole sea bass is your pick for the day, then you couldn’t have chosen better. Puddings of rum soaked brioche or pannacotta au grappa induce that feeling of quiet satisfaction that is so welcome at the end of a good meal. The selection of real ales and quality draught lagers lends even more spirit to the occasion.
Palms Tropical Oasis, Stapeley Water Gardens, London Road, Nantwich, CW5 7LH [Map]
English, Modern British
Wybunbury, nr Nantwich, CW5 7NA [Map]
A warm ambience buzzing with the conviviality generated by the locals gives The Swan Inn in the village of Wybunbury its unique atmosphere. Choose from a selection of typical pub dishes to enjoy a hearty meal. Music nights that bring on a wide range of professional musical talent enhance the party spirit.
Allowing guests to relax with a pint or enjoying the food, whether a lite bite or a full meal comes effortlessly at The Swan. A snack anytime of the day could include spicy chicken tortilla wrap, homemade steak burger, grilled smoked haddock fillet or penne pasta with Tuscan vegetables. More substantial fare comes in the form of tempura vegetables on teriyaki style noodles, braised lamb shoulder on root vegetable mash, sausage and mash with onion gravy and butterfly chicken breast topped with chorizo and mozzarella. Sign off with strawberry Eton mess or warm chocolate fudge cake. A special selection for children keeps them more than happy.
Cholmondeley Road, Wrenbury, Nantwich, CW5 8HG [Map]
A traditional country pub and restaurant situated on the Llangollen Canal in the village of Wrenbury, The Dusty Miller is where guests can sit back and relax in a pleasant atmosphere within a renovated and refurbished corn mill. Dating back to the mid-eighteenth century, it retains a lot of its original features. The interesting canal side location, with large arched windows, provides a perfect setting to watch the passing boats.
The food is created with ingredients sourced from local suppliers, many from the surrounding villages. Choose from the menu's baked Tiresford brie, smoked duck breast, slow cooked pork belly, trio of pork sausages, pan seared calves liver or mushroom stroganoff. There's no ruling out the tasty seafood linguine which is offered with mussels, crayfish, poached squid, haddock and salmon bound in a roast tomato and chorizo sauce. You could also choose the steak, mushroom and Old Tom ale pie served with hand cut chips and a medley of vegetables. Sample some refreshing local ales supplied by Frederic Robinson's, a family owned brewery in Stockport.
British, Modern, Pub
20-22 Welsh Row, Nantwich, CW5 5ED [Map]
Nakatcha brings a hip and funky style eatery and bar to Nantwich, one that also transforms into a dancing venue once the evening sets in, creating a buzzy and immensely popular hotspot for people who want to have a good time. The bar is dressed up in warm earthy tones and has a quiet and relaxed atmosphere during the day which veers into high energy later at night.
The all day menu at this eclectic restaurant offers starters of salmon and cod fishcake finished with golden crumb served on a fresh tomato base with lemon mayo. Main course could be a hearty steak and Guinness pie, served with roasted root vegetables. Other interesting and filling options could include pizzas, pastas, salads as well as wraps, paninis and ciabattas. If you're sugar friendly then you'll love the white chocolate, raspberry and coconut sponge slice with custard or ice cream. If it's drinks you're after, there could be no better place than the bar where lagers, wines and cocktails make welcome appearances.
Bar, Modern British
9 Mill Street, Nantwich, CW5 5ST [Map]
Housed within a beautiful former private Georgian residence this property was originally built in the 1600s and then rebuilt in 1736; the most famous resident was the former Lord Mayor of London, Edmund Wright in the 17th century. The Residence has taken Nantwich's restaurant and bar scene to a new level with a cocktail bar, restaurant, private hire suite and alfresco garden terrace, spread over two beautifully designed floors.
Chefs are meticulously at work to develop an extensive, innovative menu centred around eclectic international fare with a focus on wholesome and comfort foods. Think belly pork with apple and black pudding chutney; lobster and fillet steak; sashimi tuna served on an olive and pepper infused linguini and American waffles with maple syrup and ice cream.
The Residence differs from the conventional restaurants we know and love, a home away from home, with a touch of opulence - casual dining at its best.
Bar, British, Modern British
Market Menu Monday - 2 courses £15.95, add a dessert for £3 Book
BYO Wednesday - Bring your own wine, we chill, open and serve it and charge you no corkage. 1 bottle per 2 person Book
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