Food for all tastes
Lots to choose from here.
Chinese, Indian, Italian, Steak, Pizza, Pub grub, Coffee shops, Quick bite cafes.
It's all within minutes of the centre of Stourbidge; most can be found on the high Street itself. Whatever your culinery preference, you will always find it in Stourbridge.
List of just a few:-
Luciano's Italian restaurant (Victoria Passage) 01384 442119
- Excellent food and wines lunchtimes and evenings.
Pizza Express restaurant (High Street) 01384 379358
- Pizzas made freshly for you including the base.
Tropical Spice Indian restaurant (High Street) 01384 372076
- Good value for money and an excellent menu choice.
Toad at the Glassworks pub and English food. (High Street) 01384 378419
- Quick pub style food but good quality.
Chicago Rock cafe pub and English food. (High Street)
- Quick pub food but a slightly higher price than average.
Lloyds No.1- Eward Rutland pub and English food. (High Street)
- Drinks and food are cheaply priced here but quality is good.
Talbot Hotel English food, hotel and pub. (High Street) 01384 394350
- Excellent food but the drinks availability let this place down.
French Connection French cuisine (Coventry Street) 01384 390940
- Good value. An excellent menu. Owns a French deli next door.
The Bus Stop cafe. (Bus Station) 01384 373739
- Cheap and cheerful 'Greasy spoon'.
Also many of the smaller pubs do food and can be cosier
Many cafes and coffee shops dotted around the town
Favorite Dish: I have tried, (not all at the same time), all the different cuisines offered in Stourbridge and have very seldomly been dissapointed.
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The Oldswinford Pub: Wouldn't bother if I were you
Steak and ale pie sounded nice on the menu, but I suspect that Fray Bentos were the real cooks involved in its production. Dry and tasteless, but at least the mash with it was genuine - you could tell by the lumps. I finished with the syrup sponge which had spent a little too long in the microwave. All edible, but I could have thrown this together at home for a fraction of the price.
Favorite Dish: None (beer good though, so would recommend this as a pub rather than an eatery)
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West One: A hidden gem!
Booked to eat at the restaurant above west one wine bar as id driven past it a few times on my way to work.....well what can i say, absolutley amazing. the decor was really fresh, similar to the bar downstairs but more understated. the waiter was so lovely, showing us to our sat and making us feel relaxed.
looking at the menu it was around the right size, 5 starters, 7 mains, 5 desserts plus cheese. i was later informed that they change the menu every few weeks so that's great news for me!
the food was some of the best ive ever tasted and im not exagerating! i have eaten in many restaurants including some one and two michelin stars and i would say that it is comparable to them.
please if youre reading this and you like good food and at reasonable costs try it its a hidden gem!
if youre on a budget you can eat mid week for 3 courses for £16 including wine, who can say better than that!
Favorite Dish: I am a fish fanatic and this chef really knows how to cook it to perfection. i had the halibut, cooked three ways with a cucmber and fish veloute (plus other bits and peices), my mouth is watering now just thinking about it! The winner of the night. For starters i went for the pan fried cod cheek risotto and dessert the trio of strawberries, both were a delight.
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