Warwick Restaurants

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    Warwick Tearooms: Amazing Fresh Homemade English Cakes

    by simon100 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    THE FRESH CAKES WERE DELICIOUS AND AMAZING. the service was lovely and the view of the park from the thatched tearooms, whilst i sat there eating my cream tea with fresh scones and clotted cream was breath taking. We sat outside on a beautiful sunny day in early autumn, the river avon in the distance on one side, and Warwick castle in clear plain view on the other and green grass and trees everywhere else. It really is a beautiful place.

    it was so nice there we went back in the afternoon for fresh fish and chips and toasted brie and bacon panini. scrummy. and to finish a massive icecream which is apparently made in starford just up the road. Karen and Kevin were so nice and gave us loads of info of where else to go in warwick.

    If we ever go back to warwick we will definately go back

    IT IS A MUST SEE>>>>>>>>CANT RECOMMEND IT ENOUGH

    Favorite Dish: Cream Tea - Fresh scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam
    Victoria sponge
    Fresh Fish and chips
    Brie and Bacon panini

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    Thomas Oken Tea Room: The best cream teas around!

    by samprice11 Updated Jul 23, 2008

    Great little historic tea room that does a good selection of cakes and has a fantastic choice of around 19 teas (from the usual Ceylon and Dargeeling through to the more "exotic" such as lapsang souchong!) Also, I highly recommend the cream teas, they are one of the best I've tried (and I've tired a lot!) Located in the heart of the town it's my preferred stop off for a break. I even make a special journey into town sometimes just to have one of cream teas! Also serves other food (sandwiches, lunches, etc)/

    By the way, for anyone that doesn't know, a "cream tea" is a traditional English afternoon snack that involves a pot of tea (good choice at this place!), a sultana scone (a type of cake) on which you spead stawberry jam (or jelly for any Americans reading this) and a large blob of clotted cream. Absolutely fantastic!

    Favorite Dish: Cream Tea of course!

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    The Cellar Restaurant: The Best Restaurant In Warwick!

    by PompPomp Written Jun 7, 2007

    Set in the undergound secret passages underneath Warwick, The Cellar Restaurant is a family run restaurant with the most delicious food I have ever tasted. If you are looking for the whole Warwick experience - this isn't to be missed. Especially great in Winter, as it is so small and cosy. Don't be put off by the fact that it is underground, this adds to the atmosphere. The service is always first class and delivered with a smile.

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    Black Horse: Pub Grub

    by grayfo Updated Mar 15, 2007

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    A former 17th Century Coaching Inn situated a stones throw from Warwick Castle. Offering an excellent standard of accommodation with a warm and friendly atmosphere. A wide menu is available from A La Carte to bar snacks.

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    Vine Inn: Great traditional food

    by samprice11 Written Jun 23, 2005

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    Excellent traditional food and great service. Nice, litttle restaurant only about 5mins wlk from the centre of town. I've tried the steak and ale pie and it's superb. The Lasagne is also very good. For desert, try the treacle roly poly, it's excellent.

    High chairs available for babies.

    I'll definately go back there.

    Favorite Dish: If you want to try a traditional english dish, try the steak and ale pie. It's a perfect example .

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    Warwick Tearooms Café: Traditional Park Cafe

    by mazzap Written May 14, 2005

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    Warwick Tearooms Cafe

    Typical of the British Park cafe.

    Not quaint or cosy - just a pleasant place to have a cup of tea and a slice of cake! Plenty of seating and a good variety of cakes and small packets of biscuits on offer.

    Favorite Dish: The cakes were home made, and very good.

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    Totally Thai: Authentic Thai

    by grayfo Written Dec 16, 2004

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    Totally Thai - Dec 04

    The decor may appear slightly what you would expect in a takeaway, but the food is top drawer. The Satay is a good starter, for the main course if a hot curry is required try the Kseng Phet Ped Jang - roast duck in red curry paste with vegetables, coconut milk, tomatoes and pineapple, washed down with a few authentic Bangkok beers.

    Favorite Dish: Anything on the menu

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    Stags Head, Offchurch, Near Leamington Spa: Honest Country Fayre

    by Ali&Steve Written Oct 6, 2004
    Always Go For The Pork

    Technically, Offchurch would come under a Leamington Spa heading rather than Warwick but I couldn't be bothered to get another page going! Located in the typical Warwickshire village of Offchurch, this pub restaurant focuses on hearty English derivative cuisine (yes - there is some you'd better believe it). The conservatory based dining area is cosy yet never crowded; appearing busy but sounding nearly empty such that one's space never seems invaded by raucous intrusions. The menu is extensive and provides numerous options for the meat, fish, and vegetarian afficionados. Personally, when visiting from Muslim Dubai, I tend to favour the more porcine orientated dishes such as the gammon steak. Prices are very reasonable - our last visit with 6 adults and one child resulted in a bill of GBP 72.

    The one drawback about being in the country is that you will need a car to get to it which really means that at least one in your party won't get a drink.

    Favorite Dish: As I said above, I tend to go for pork but when I see my dining comrades tucking into the beef & guinness pie, I do wonder if I made the wrong choice. Then again, should I have had the steamed seabass? Choices, choices.

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    Undercroft Restaurant: Warwick Castle dining

    by Dabs Written Aug 26, 2004

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    I had really wanted to grab a nice lunch somewhere in the city but I was getting rather hungry (and a little cranky) so I stopped at one of the food places at the castle.

    The Undercroft is cafeteria style and there were several hot entree selections. I got a jacket potato filled with chili which abated my hunger so I could continue on. It was fine but I'm sure there are much better options ouside the castle if you plan better than I did.

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    Ricochet Inn: Ricochet Inn

    by Imbi Written Nov 25, 2003

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    If you feel like having Classic French, Traditional British and Modern European than Ricochet Inn is the right place for you in Warwick. The also book parties for up to 30 people. The typical menu starts from £10, which is average. It is located on 6 Castle Street and open Monday to Saturday.

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    Ask Restaurant: Ask Restaurant

    by Imbi Written Nov 25, 2003

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    It’s chain restaurant which is very popular. It’s located on High Street and its trendy look attracts people. Warwick is old style town and these type of restaurant give the impression of being a modern city. It is mainly a pasta and pizza restaurant but fish and other vegetarian dishes are also available. The prices are above average.

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    The Tilted Wig: Pub Food

    by andywing Updated Oct 31, 2003

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    The Tilted Wig

    This is a good pub in Market Place. I've always had a pleasent surprise when eating there. The food is freshly cooked, good value and altogether superb.

    I'm not saying that it's the worlds best place to eat but so many kitchens now have a microwave, a deep fat fryer and a pair of scissors, nothing else!

    If you want good fresh home-cooked food and don't mind eating in a pub then give it a go.

    The arched windows were at one time big open archways (see picture), the building was the meat-market in Market Place known as the Shambles.

    Favorite Dish: Sausage of the Week!

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    Wylie's Cafe: Forget the diet - get a piece of cake

    by kathycollins Written Aug 11, 2003
    a hidden treasure!

    Homebaked and as fresh as can be, served in a lovely little tearoom...can't say enough about this gem!!!
    After walking around the castle all day, you can afford the extra calories - enjoy!

    Favorite Dish: We tried (each split one) two different pieces of cake - one fruit-filled, one hazelnut/chocolate...also bought scones for breakfast, and a brack...and brought home some of the most delicious ginger orange marmalade...

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    The Roebuck: good pub food

    by kathycollins Written Aug 11, 2003

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    The Roebuck

    Throughout our trip we found the best and most economical way to eat was to enjoy a mid-afternoon main meal in the pubs. After a full b&b breakfast, you really aren't hungry until afternoon! A table is always available and there's little or no smoking to contend with when you eat as this less-popular time! In the evening we usually picniced - especially loved the wonderful local cheeses and fresh baked breads!
    Attractive genuine olde worlde pub with real fire, oak beams, etc. which could date back to the 1860s. The pub is much bigger on the inside than it looks on the outside and has bar billiards.

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    Fish and Chips

    by btex Updated Mar 5, 2003

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    The fish and chips in England rock! A trip to the UK without eating them isn't really a trip. They give you huge pieces of fish and lots of chips. Smothering it all in vinegar is the thing to do. The U.S. has fish and chips places (Long John Silver's for example,) but they don't really compare.
    I wandered around Warwick until I found a fish and chips place - I can't remember what it was called, but it wasn't too far from the castle.

    Favorite Dish: fish and chips

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