Restaurants in England

British food might not have a reputation of a world’s famous and most delicious cuisine, however, it still offers some stables, statements and temptations that you are going to enjoy. In addition, the local restaurant and food establishment scene is very various and colourful and you can enjoy a great selection of cosy cafes and restaurants with a quirky and unique atmosphere. In recent years, the country has zoomed up the global gastro charts and to this date is conquering and challenging some of the more famous and beloved European cuisines.

If you are really not into the traditional fish and chips, Yorkshire pie, English breakfast and Sunday Roast, do not worry, because even the smallest English towns and villages are offering a great and very varying selection of international cuisines and restaurants with really distinctive receipts and flavours. Indian and African are well-respected in the country, but we also recommend you to try some of the more exotic and unique cuisines that are offered here like Jamaican, for example. It seems like English restaurant scene might be in the most robust health it’s ever been in.

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Located within Manchester’s buzzing Media City complex in Salford Quays. Prezzo Manchester Media City’s shimmering glass facade offers diners a great view of Salford Quays. The spacious open-plan dining room boasts clean lines and ultra modern decor – The restaurant’s amazing location makes it an ideal meeting place for lunch with colleagues or a night out with friends or family.





Adam’s is a contemporary British fine dining restaurant serving modern dishes created to the very highest professional standard. The intimate stylish dining room caters for individuals and parties and provides the ideal setting for any occasion from romantic to business. Owner and Chef Adam Stokes heads up the award-winning restaurant which holds a string of accolades including a Michelin Star, three AA Rosettes and a score of 7 in the Good Food Guide.




The Fat Duck

We love creating new experiences and if there is such a word as Wonderosity, then this is the feeling we want our guests to have at the end, beginning and middle of their time with us…and far, far into the future too! We like to think of ourselves as storytellers, creating fantastical edible stories and in the job of narrator, our events team are here to guide you through – carefully planning your story from the first page to the very end.