Lytham St Anne's Restaurants

23 restaurants in Lytham St Anne's




Restaurants in Lytham St Anne's:

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21-23 Wood Street, St Annes, FY8 1QR [Map]

Offering an eclectic range of British and Mediterranean dishes, Toast Cafe Bar and Grill presents a welcoming atmosphere for diners in St Annes. The bright and contemporary dining area is done up in soothing tones and there is trendy booth style seating for those who'd like a quick drink or snack. Learn more

Offering an eclectic range of British and Mediterranean dishes, Toast Cafe Bar and Grill presents a welcoming atmosphere for diners in St Annes. The bright and contemporary dining area is done up in soothing tones and there is trendy booth style seating for those who'd like a quick drink or snack. Live music featuring upcoming artists keep the mood upbeat in the evening.

Dishes on the Toast menu are prepared using quality, locally sourced ingredients. The evening carte includes half rack of ribs cooked in a smoky BBQ sauce, and grilled sea bass set on a bed of warm salad leaves and roasted cherry tomatoes. House specials feature tuna steak with soya and sesame, beef stroganoff, tarragon chicken and apricot pork.

A wide range of burgers, sharing platters, pizza, pasta, quesadillas and salads are also on offer. The Toast tapas menu is a popular option among friends while children have a separate menu too. The globe-trotting wine list presents quality bins and offer good value.

The Toast Restaurant in St Annes is just a 4-minute walk from St Annes-On-Sea Rail Station.

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

British, Modern European, Tex Mex

£8.00£24.00

Ego Mediterranean Restaurant - Lytham

3-5 Pleasant Street, Lytham St Anne's, FY8 5JA [Map]

A chain of restaurants in the North West which have so far managed to retain the individuality of independence. If they can continue to do that and reap the benefits of joint management they will deserve all the success they can achieve. Learn more

A chain of restaurants in the North West which have so far managed to retain the individuality of independence. If they can continue to do that and reap the benefits of joint management they will deserve all the success they can achieve.

At Ego the spirit of the Mediterranean has been invoked in a number of ways, not least by the décor. Ingredients are sourced with care, often directly from the Med and the menu changes seasonally to take advantage of the best that is available.

Such dishes as sardines, fresh of course, and a braise of chorizo and black pudding come across well, helped by staff who not only look as thought they are enjoying their work but also obviously know what they are about. A well thought out wine list with a number available by the glass.

Greek, Mediterranean, Moroccan

£13.00£25.00

Henry's Bar and Grill

5 Henry Street, Lytham St Annes, FY8 5LE [Map]

International

N/AN/A

Caffe Nero - St Annes

48 St Annes Road West, Lytham St Anne's, FY8 1RF [Map]

Café

N/AN/A

Olive Tree Brasserie

29 Wood Street, St. Annes, FY8 5TG [Map]

Olive Tree Brasserie situated in the St. Annes restaurant quarter, is a modern restaurant with the feel of a traditional Greek tavern. Guests here are welcomed by a warm and relaxed atmosphere with excellent service. Learn more

Olive Tree Brasserie situated in the St. Annes restaurant quarter, is a modern restaurant with the feel of a traditional Greek tavern. Guests here are welcomed by a warm and relaxed atmosphere with excellent service. Chef Stefano's team offers an extensive menu of both traditional and Modern Greek cuisine with a sumptuous array of freshly made dishes to satisfy gourmets.

Start your meal with keftedes, homemade lamb and port meatballs in a tomato and basil sauce with a salad garnish, and spicy shrimps, sautéed shrimps, garlic, spring onions and chilli in a white wine sauce. For main course consider beef stifado, pieces of tender beef in a red wine, tomato and button onion sauce, served with Greek style rice, and moussaka, layers of aubergines, courgettes, potatoes, minced beef and tomato sauce with a creamy cheese topping, served with a side salad. End your meal with Greek yogurt sundae and coffee.

Greek, Mediterranean

£14.00£30.00

The Hastings Eating and Drinking House

26 Hastings Place, Lytham, FY8 5LZ [Map]

The Hastings Eating and Drinking House opened doors for diners in late 2009 and has since attracted tremendous attention in The Fylde. Split across three dining areas under its large Victorian roof, you may choose to be seated at the bar, enjoying brilliantly cooked light bites that go well with your drink, or the main fine dining restaurant done up with stylish contemporary local artwork, exuding a warm and friendly ambiance. Learn more
The Hastings Eating and Drinking House opened doors for diners in late 2009 and has since attracted tremendous attention in The Fylde. Split across three dining areas under its large Victorian roof, you may choose to be seated at the bar, enjoying brilliantly cooked light bites that go well with your drink, or the main fine dining restaurant done up with stylish contemporary local artwork, exuding a warm and friendly ambiance.

Chef Warrick Dodds and his team leave no stone unturned to ensure that the freshest ingredients in the season are sourced and that the food miles are reduced to the minimum. The cooking is sound and honest, and clean distinct flavours stand out in spite of some exotic combinations that include pepper steak mushroom and Hastings ale pie and pan roasted fillet of halibut with roast langoustines.

To accompany the meals an intelligently chosen, world travelled wine list is to hand.

 

Bistro, British, Gourmet

£20.00£40.00

Restaurant at Howarth House Hotel

315 Clifton Drive, Lytham St Annes, FY8 1HN [Map]

International

N/AN/A

Caffe Nero - Lytham

Unit 2 The Talbot, 46 Clifton Street, Lytham St Annes, FY8 5EW [Map]

Café

N/AN/A

Banthai Restaurant

19 Alexandria Drive, St Annes on Sea, Lytham St Anne's, FY8 1JF [Map]

"Banthai" means Thai house, and this restaurant in St Annes on Sea is designed keeping its name in mind, using lots of wood and Thai crafts to give it a comfortable, informal atmosphere. The delightful waitresses are from Thailand or other parts of Asia, and add that special touch of class to the service; their chef is also Thai, with many years of experience working in quality restaurants, and guaranteeing an authentic dining experience. Learn more

"Banthai" means Thai house, and this restaurant in St Annes on Sea is designed keeping its name in mind, using lots of wood and Thai crafts to give it a comfortable, informal atmosphere.

The delightful waitresses are from Thailand or other parts of Asia, and add that special touch of class to the service; their chef is also Thai, with many years of experience working in quality restaurants, and guaranteeing an authentic dining experience.

Thai cuisine is a combination of styles and flavours from many regions of Asia. Investigate further by trying starters of moo yang or juicy marinated grilled pork, or flavoursome coconut, mushroom and herb soup, alongside Thai fish cakes.

Among mains, gaeng noh mai or bamboo shoot curry in your choice of red, green, matsuman or phanang paste, and roast duck in red curry with tomatoes, and basil and lime leaves, jostle with nuae kow pord, stir-fried beef with sweet baby corn, and minced chicken salad. Phad Thai and assorted rice dishes accompany the food.

Wines from a short list support the food well.

Thai

N/A£21.00

The Atrium Restaurant

Dalmeny Hotel, 19-33 South Promenade, Lytham St Anne's, FY8 1LX [Map]

State-of-the-art design is not necessarily associated with some of our longer established Northern seaside resorts, but at Lytham St Anne's you are left in no doubt that the 21st century has arrived. Learn more
State-of-the-art design is not necessarily associated with some of our longer established Northern seaside resorts, but at Lytham St Anne's you are left in no doubt that the 21st century has arrived. Nor does the metamorphosis stop with the striking hotel that catches so much attention on the promenade. Inside, in the Atrium Restaurant, the professional team work to produce a menu that has sophistication and flair aswell as a offering a range of traditional local dishes.

Such dishes as roulade of locally reared chicken breast, black pudding and spinach served with a broad bean and chorizo cassoulet, herb potato puree and white wine sauce or the freshest of Fleetwood cod in beer batter, served with home cut chips, pea puree and tartar sauce, delight a clientele that cuts right across the social spectrum, with a set dinner from £15. Most established sources get a look in on the wine list, with prices mainly held below the £20 mark, beginning at £12.95.

The Atrium offer exceptional customer service and there are also regular Live at the Atrium evenings throughout the year.

Modern European

N/A£31.00

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Selected Restaurant

Toast Café Bar & Grill Restaurant

Lytham St Anne's

Offering an eclectic range of British and Mediterranean dishes, Toast Cafe Bar and Grill presents a welcoming atmosphere for diners in St Annes. The bright and contemporary dining area is done up ...