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Restaurants in Southport: things to know before you go

From family favourites to date night delights, find your perfect flavour with our most commonly asked questions on restaurants in Southport.

Which are the best family 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.

  • Frankie & Benny's New York Italian favourites are always a good way to treat the kids.
  • Enjoy fresh pasta dishes, plentiful pizzas and tempting desserts at Bella Italia.
  • Tuck into a traditional Sunday lunch at Royal Clifton, complete with all the trimmings.

What types of cuisine are there in Southport?

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.

  • Mexican. For hot and spicy, choose chilli king prawns, sizzling steak fajitas and scrummy burritos at Chiquito, with sweet churros and classic cocktails to follow.
  • French. Enjoy all the classics at Café Rouge, including moules, croques and a whole cheeseboard of some amazing French cheeses served with a glass of French wine.
  • American. Tuck into a wide selection of burgers including pulled pork and minted lamb, with chips, all the sides and a cold beer at Square Bar and Grill.
  • British. Go for a traditional Sunday lunch of roast beef, chicken or pork, with Yorkshire puddings and all the trimmings at Best Western Royal Clifton Hotel & Spa.

Where can I go for afternoon tea in Southport?

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.

Where's the best place for lunch in Southport?

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.

  • The Wagging Tail Café is just five minutes’ walk from the botanical gardens, and prides itself on giving your canine companions the best possible welcome – ideal after a long walk on the beach.
  • Lords Cafe Bar serves up café-style treats – perfect for catching up with friends.
  • A Great Little Place serves fair trade coffee with a good cause, making a positive difference to the lives of people with autism.
  • Blue Swan Boat Hire. If you're got the time to spare, this super little cruise along the Liverpool and Leeds canal includes a very welcome afternoon tea and coffee.