From family favourites to date night delights, find your perfect flavour with our most commonly asked questions on restaurants in Southport.
It’s been a UK seaside destination for decades, if not centuries – so it’s no wonder Southport is swimming with attractions offering fun for the whole family. And when you’re ready to refuel at the end of a long day, there’s the same abundance of choice. Here are a few of our favourites.
Southport spoils you for choice. Spice up your suppertime at an intoxicating Indian eatery, or mix it up with Mexican. Whatever you’re into, see what’s on offer in Southport's central restaurants.
There are some lovely places in Southport to enjoy a traditional afternoon tea. Whether you like yours beautifully presented with delicate sandwiches and delectable sweet treats, or served with a bit of twist, you're sure to find somewhere special in the city.
The Victorian seaside Prince of Wales Hotel delivers a traditional afternoon tea with the option of a stroll in the landscaped gardens afterwards. For great sea views and a delicious mound of mini cakes with tea and some me-time in the spa to round off your afternoon, try Best Western Royal Clifton Hotel & Spa on Southport Promenade.
The busy town of Southport has plenty of sunny seaside spots in which to enjoy a good lunch with a fantastic view out over the coast. To see where's best, check out the reviews to see what others have to say, and take a look at our suggestions too.
It’s fair to say I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with shopping, particularly at the Trafford Centre. The one thing that gets me through the sometimes-necessary trips to such places is the hope of finding somewhere good to dine when I’m finished. You’d think that’d be easy at the Trafford Centre, after all there are over 50 places to eat and drink. Although the majority are either coffee shops or the usual sort of chains you can find on any retail park - from Pizza Express and Nando’s to T.G.I Fridays and Frankie & Benny’s - there are several more interesting options too.
Dashing to the theatre, sweetie, darling? Well not until you’ve pondered the city’s top five dining establishments for luvvies looking for a little pre theatre satisfaction in Glasgow.
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.