If you’re visiting Chelmsford – or live near the city and just want to discover new restaurants – we’ve rustled up answers to your culinary questions.
Chelmsford is teeming with excellent restaurants, and as you explore the city you’ll no doubt find many that appeal. Foodies will love the varied culinary scene here. The city has a mix of fine-dining establishments, family-friendly eateries and chilled-out cafés, so there’s lots of choice. The Riverside Inn is one of the highest-rated restaurants by Groupon customers, with its home-cooked British delights providing a hearty meal that always hits the spot. Take a look on this page to explore more of the best restaurants in Chelmsford.
Italian restaurants are seriously popular, and with most offering a wide range of dishes – not just pizza and pasta, but steaks, salads and seafood as well – it’s easy to see why. If you’re already drooling, the good news is that there is no shortage of Italian restaurants in Chelmsford. Here’s a peek at two of the best:
If it’s more classic, British-style food and cuisine you want, you’ll find plenty of restaurants in Chelmsford to cater for your cravings.
Chelmsford is one of the newest cities in the UK and it’s growing fast. As such, there are lots of new restaurants in Chelmsford cropping up as its food scene blossoms. In fact, this is a city getting a reputation as the culinary capital of Essex.
Some of the new places that have opened recently in the city include national chains such as Wagamamas, on Bond Street, Chelmsford, and the exciting Brazilian steakhouse, Preto. Preto is one of several restaurants based in Chelmsford town centre, located in the Meadows Shopping Centre.
So, you definitely won’t go hungry in this city, with many of the best restaurants in Chelmsford easy to find and catering for all tastes. If you want to read more about Chelmsford’s buzzing restaurant scene, you’ll find Olio, the Pig & Whistle, Vita Bella and the Cuckoo all included in this list of 20 incredible restaurants from Essex Life.
Brunch is the most important meal of the most important part of the week - the weekend. Lazing and grazing is the only way for some weekend mornings or to kickstart a slow weekday. Right now, London loves brunch. And there are so many options, from super meaty to Antipodean (and lets be honest, they do lead the way). New Yorkers say we don’t do brunch properly, but really it’s just that we don’t do it like them. Brunch for us is more breakfast style; you’ll never see pasta on a brunch menu. And that seems right to me.
Cuddle up with Thai food and a movie or head out for a prix fixe meal and candlelit conversation? Here’s some ammo for your next date-night decision.
It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas... That’s right, nothing says seasons greetings quite like the warming aroma of orange, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. You can keep your pungent pot pourri because I’m all about the home baked goods. If I could bottle the smell of this baking, I would surely be able to retire and spend the rest of my days