Restaurants in Shrewsbury

While we do not have the variety of restaurants here in Shrewsbury that they have on offer in the capital, we do have plenty to choose from and our fair share of award winning chefs, such as John Barton, Head Chef at the Coach and Horses, and Marcus Bean, formerly of the New Inn Baschurch, now operating the cookery school at Brompton.

Our location in one of the most rural counties in England, gives our restaurants access to some of the best produce this country has to offer. Not to mention that which we can glean from our friends across the border in Wales! The restaurant industry has been obsessed for a long time with the mantras of locally sourced, and seasonal food. In the big towns and cities, restaurant chefs have to stretch the meaning somewhat when applying it to their weekly menus, but here in Shropshire, any chef who is not using local and seasonal produce is probably spending far more than they need to, and offering second rate food in their restaurant.

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Peach Tree

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Nice restaurant in the shadow of Shrewsbury Abbey. Offers traditional and European food in a multi-level restaurant. A great place for a sit down lunch too.
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Casa Naranjo

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Family run Tapas Bar serving homemade, authentic Spanish Tapas and Spanish Beers, Ciders and Wines.
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Golden Cross Hotel

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Traditional restaurant, inside a pub, serving seasonal and where possible local food. Menu changes monthly.
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Porter House SY1

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A rebrand for the restaurant formerly known as Mad Jacks. A mouth watering menu of burgers, steaks, bar snacks and sharing combos.
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Mytton and Mermaid

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Hotel and restaurant promoting local food. Not cheap but a beautiful setting. Opposite the entrance to Attingham Park and next to a bend in the River Severn.
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Morgans

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Hotel Restaurant Wine Bar Cafe. Morgans is an exciting new cafe, lounge bar and restaurant at The Exchange Hotel situated in the heart of Shrewsbury. This place aims to be a bit of everything for everybody.
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Saracens

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Very popular restaurant in an 18th century coaching inn at Hadnall just outside Shrewsbury. British cuisine using local produce.
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Loch Fyne

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Seafood restaurant chain developed based on the principles of good food, sustainably sourced and simply presented by people who care. Well worth a visit.
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Renaissance

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Traditional English restaurant with Georgian Dining Rooms. Good location for people attending the cinema in the old market hall.
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Lion and Pheasant

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Hotel and restaurant bar near the English Bridge, serving very good food. Sit by the open fire and enjoy a memorable meal in this gem of a restaurant.
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Bistro Jacques

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French Bistro, part of the Bistro Qui chain.
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Good Life Wholefood Restaurant

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Cosy restaurant offering a range of home made vegetarian dishes for a reasonable price. Famous for their jacket potatoes. Wonderful smells as you walk past on your way up Wyle Cop.
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Nandos

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National Portuguese themed restaurant chain. Famous for its flame grilled peri peri chicken dishes.
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Drapers Restaurant

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In medieval and Tudor times 'Drapers' were wool and cloth merchants. Today's restaurant is in the Draper's Hall. Perhaps the finest dining in Shrewsbury.
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The Lion Hotel and Restaurant

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English cuisine with a contemporary edge and classic European dishes. The Lion Hotel chefs source the majority of their produce from Shropshire.
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Albright Hussey

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Fine country house hotel and restaurant listed in the Domesday Book. Beautiful interior and well known locally for its excellent food.
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Riverside Inn

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Eat here and you'll come away thinking you've discovered another little gem. Traditional British cuisine. Superb bar and restaurant by a bend in the River Severn. Spectacular views for the elevated dining room.
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Harveys of Fish Street

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Restaurant and bar due to open 2017, offering seasonal British food, with menus changing daily.
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Rowton Castle Hotel and Restaurant

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Award winning restaurant in wonderful grounds, on the edge of Shrewsbury. This place is popular for weddings and it is easy to see why.
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Origins Restaurant

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Origins Restaurant is Shrewsbury College's commercially run licensed restaurant. Not the place that most people think about when looking for a place to eat, but they do offer really good food.
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Arthurs

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Cosy organic restaurant at Fordhall farm community land initiative.
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Istanbul Steak and BBQ

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Steaks
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Chambers Restaurant

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A legal themed oak panelled brassiere owned by the Prince Rupert hotel. Serves traditional English food.
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The Restaurant at Theatre Severn

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Open for lunch and dinner and claims ingredients from local suppliers, wherever possible using organic and seasonal produce.
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The Clive

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Bar and Restaurant with rooms. Food is supposed to be very good, but then they are located next to the fantastic Ludlow Food Centre.
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The Column Restaurant

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Public restaurant inside Shire Hall. Mostly used by the council office workers, but is open to anybody who wants to eat there.
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The Loopy Shrew

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Wine bar and restaurant.
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Fishmore Hall

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The restaurant, Forelles, is a fine dining establishment at Fishmore Hall, on the edge of Ludlow. The restaurant has 3 AA rosettes.
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Granary Grill

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Restaurant and grill in the old malting house, located in the grounds of Weston Park stately home. Check their website for seasonal menus.
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Frankie and Bennys

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American style Italian chain restaurant.
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Chiquito

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Mexican Food chain restaurant.
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Smoke Stop

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Authentic USA style smokehouse offering the usual classics of wings, ribs, pulled pork and brisket.
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The Cornhouse

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Bar and eatery at the foot of Wyle Cop.
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Umai Japanese

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Fresh made Japanese sushi, ramen, noodles, and more.
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Riverbank Bar Kitchen

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New bar and restaurant by the river.
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Wroxeter Hotel and Restaurant

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The Wroxeter is another Shrewsbury hotel popular for weddings. Located in the old Roman settlement of Wroxeter and benefiting from the excellent Shropshire vineyard located a short walk away. The food is contemporary British with local flavours.
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Biggies Diner

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Modern American style diner, waffles, shakes, burgers and more.
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