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    THE WAVELEY: DELICIOUS CAKE

    by alyf1961 Updated Aug 6, 2009
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    The Waverley is my favourite cafe in Blackpool. As well as steak, fish and burgers, the sell delicious cakes.

    Favorite Dish: My favourite food in this restaurant is the saint Honore, which is a delicious cake with choux pastry and custard like filling. They also do giant chocolate éclairs to take away £2.00

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    Seafood and Steak Restaurant: Seafood and Steak Restaurant

    by leecouk12324 Written Jun 1, 2008

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    I haev to be very honest here - and i did not eat here - but i was speaking to someone who ate here - and he said it was very good - and he himself had the Lobster.
    It is on the pricey side - he said he spent around £100 - but that was him and his wife - but he said they had a bottle of wine and a few other alcoholic beverages after the meal
    I just had a quick look at their website and they claim to stock 118 different Wines.

    Favorite Dish: I think i would perhaps have gone for the Lobster too

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  • Amir Resturant: Don't miss the Curry!

    by Etereosi Written Jan 30, 2007

    I went there with one of ma friend.. It was the 1st day of the resturant and we were the 1st ever customers of that resturant.. Food was gr8, ambience was alright; a bit tricky though coz you never know the resturant is halal or not unless you ask!

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    THE COTTAGE: FAMOUS FISH AND CHIPS

    by BerniShand Written Jun 7, 2006

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    the Cottage

    For us visiting The Cottage is a Blackpool tradition, this little resaurant tucked away in a side street has been serving fish and chips for over 60 years. During this time famous visitors to Blackpool have eaten here and there are many signed photographs on the walls, though not as many as there used to be - I can remember a time when you could hardly see the wall for the photograhs

    Its not big [seating 54 persons maximum] and it is simply though nicely decorated, there is also a take away if the resaurant is full though you can book a table in advance, recommended at weekends and in the peak holiday season. The cottage itself is over 160 years old and while it once stood alone it is now surrounded by houses. Parking is a bit of a nightmare but if you cant park close walking back to you might shen a few of the pounds you just added to your waistline

    Favorite Dish: oddly enough we rarely eat fish here, instead we have steak and kidney pudding which we cant get from fish`n`chip parlours in the south of England where we now live
    there is no haute quisine here at the cottage, just some of the UK`s oldest and favourite fast food, well cooked, tasty and reasonably priced

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    Albert Tandoori: Going out in style

    by Ritchie_Lionheart Updated Dec 12, 2005

    This elegant restaurant opened in October 2005 in the charming town of Fleetwood, about 5 miles N of Blackpool. And after a number of deep-fried and microwave disappointments in Blackpool restaurants, this friendly Pakistani place offered a welcome change.

    Favorite Dish: The Lamb Tikka Rogan Josh at GBP 6.95 was outstanding, but could have been a little more spicy for my taste, as it was more adapted to European taste. The servings are not of an excessive size (which often spoils the best food), so even I could manage a starter.

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    ROBERT`S OYSTER BAR: FRUITS OF THE SEA

    by BerniShand Written Sep 4, 2005

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    not at tidy as in days gone by

    Its not really a restaurant, there are no tables or waiters, just rows of gleaming fresh shellfish

    established in 1876 Robert`s has served generations of pleasure seekers with the traditional oysters, whelks, mussels, cockles and prawns that to many of my countryfolk were an intrinsic part of a visit to the seaside

    Roberts has changed over the years, it has shrunk to half its size, the old black and white shop front is still there, but now waffles and soft drinks share half of the original floor space..... wake up and see how you are ruining Blackpool town planners !!!! why ANOTHER waffle place ? why not suchi ?

    There used to be nothing finer on a warm breezy day than buying shellfish here and then strolling along the promenade eating it with the tang of the sea in the air, sadly now its the smell of the drains in the air

    Favorite Dish: my Uncle Frank would buy winkles, small snail-like shellfish which were dispensed in a paper bag along with a pin to pull them from the shell, Dad would eat anything, and I would choose cockles, salty and vinegary, their shapes [I fancied] like tiny boots

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    Cleveleys Kitchen: Homemade at cafe prices

    by LynCod Updated Apr 10, 2005

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    Cleveleys Kitchen Restaurant

    Long established restaurant serving homemade breads,scones,pies ,gigantic sweets and of course fish & chips.
    Restaurant is very clean & well decorated,you order at the counter,receive your drinks and the food is delivered to your table,you collect your utensils & sauce yourself which keeps the cost down.
    The cost is what you pay in most of the Blackpool area restaurants but the quality is far superior.

    Favorite Dish: Steak Pies & Puddings,filled ,i mean filled with tender steak,great flavour too!
    The giant toasted teacakes & giant scones are outstanding too!

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    Portofino's: The Best Italian in Blackpool

    by APIA05 Updated Feb 19, 2005

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    Inside the restaurant

    Portofino's is loocated over two floors, downstairs for Pizza and Pasta Dishes and upstairs for the Al La Carte.

    The service in this restaurant is first class and I would recommend sitting upstairs as it's less hectic and noisy than downstairs.

    The food was sensational, great standard and well portioned.

    The restaurant does get very busy and I would recommend pre-booking in advance. I booked a table three weeks before my trip and I was not disappointed.

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    Chicory Restaurant: Chick Chick

    by APIA05 Written Feb 19, 2005

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    Picture of the restaurant

    The restaurant is situated outside of Blackpool and can be reached easily by taxi for around £7-8.00 GBP.

    I would throughly recommend it as it's a fabulous restaurant to dine in with friends, family. It's a little pricey than other restuarants in Blackpool, but every penny worth it.

    A starter, main course with several bottles of wine and a cocktail was approx £30.00GBP a head. Excellent value for sucha wonderful meal and excellent service.

    The restaurant boasts a cocktail bar upstairs, with a seating area. As the restaurant is non-smoking this bar is perfect for any smokers on your table.

    The resturant caters for everyone, including Vegetarian, fish and meat eaters and you will not be disappointed by the menu.

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    Texan Steak House: Steak Galore!

    by Clairedoll Written Jul 22, 2004

    Gorgeous- big steak and chicken dishes- adn what a feed! This is my favourite restaurant in Blackpool- and all for reasonable price.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Kiev- filled me up great! Plus I'm very partial to the chicken kiev!

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    Harry Ramsden's: Harry Ramsden's

    by DUNK67 Updated Jul 4, 2004

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    Although slightly more expensive than normal fish and chip shops Harry Ramsdens is well worth the extra cost, although sometimes you have to queue for a table.

    Favorite Dish: What trip to the English seaside would be complete without the traditional meal of Fish, Chips, Mushy Peas and Bread & Butter, wash down with a cup of tea.

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    lots of places: Old fashioned fish and chips

    by ettenaj Written Jun 2, 2004

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    Fish and Chips to go

    Not a restuarant but a good tip anyway. Choose a busy fish and chip shop because if its busy it would seem to be a good one. Make sure you get a plastic fork and ask for the chips to be "eaten now". Find a bench or the sea wall and sit and enjoy you dinner, supper, or lunch from the paper its wrapped in. emmmmmmmmmm yummy.

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    NOTARIANNI`S: SIMPLY THE BEST ICE CREAM

    by BerniShand Written Apr 10, 2004

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    Wonderful white ice cream, made here by the same family for many years, this place is always busy, and the ice cream is always the best !

    Favorite Dish: a nougat wafer..........one ordinary biscuit and one mallow filled one, with lots of ice cream sandwiched between them

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  • Find one along the main road: Fresh fish & chips

    by MartinSelway Written Oct 19, 2003

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    Go for one of the proper fish & chip shops that you'll catch a glimpse of as your walking along the Prom.

    The best ones usually have an eat in facility attached to them.

    I never seem to be able to find the same one that I used last year twice, so I'm not sure what their names are.

    Give the seedy booths that are right on the road side a miss - their product, cleanliness and prices are questionable.

    Favorite Dish: Fish & chips.

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    Kebab.: Takeaway.

    by A2002 Written Dec 1, 2002

    I had the best kebab in the UK so far. Unfortunately, I cannot remember the name of the shop. It is along Bath Road opposite a bus stop where the driver will stop and rest and a small cathedral as well.
    The name of the shop is something "char", "charcoal". Cannot remember, but the kebab was simple delicious. yummmmm...

    Favorite Dish: They also have kebab in Naan bread. The Naan bread is made on the spot in the stone oven when you want it.

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