Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Luton, England, United Kingdom. Luton (/ˈluːtən/ ( listen) LOOT-ən) is a large town in Bedfordshire, England, 20 miles (30 km) east of Aylesbury, 14 miles (20 km) west of Stevenage, 30 miles (50 km) northwest of London, and 22 miles (40 km) southeast of Milton Keynes.
Things to do in Luton
3 based on 418 reviews
Luton Hoo is a magnificent and luxurious historic country house hotel with five stars to its name as well as an 18 hole golf course, and over 1000 acres of parkland and gardens designed by ï¿½ï¿½ï¿½England's greatest gardenerï¿½ï¿½ï¿½ Capability Brown. With its posh
Burger : way overcooked (was it meat really?), Frozen fries (too complex to peel potatoes?) glass of white vine too warm...well well well....an experience that will memorable in a bad way....28 pounds...
4 based on 102 reviews
I booked Azure, for a different night out with my family, for our 50th anniversary.we had a fantastic night, the banquet food was super, and not in anyway were they stingy on the portions, our lovely lady waitress was so patience with us and she serve us so well, explaining the different dishes as we went along.The drink service was terrific too. would I booked again?? Absolutely.thank you all in Azure for making our 50th anniversary special
5 based on 48 reviews
An elegant & charming Italian restaurant open six evenings a week and offering traditional sunday roast lunches
I complained about our meal and put a trip advisor review under the Linton Hotel as I did not know that these are 2 separate entities. The Owner from the Linton responded to my review - she said ..... CCTV camera showed our plates were empty! I called the hotel and suggested I view their CCTV camera with them as it is not true, we did not finish our meals, they wont let me see the footage! I was then also told that my Trip Advisor reviews are generally negative so it shows what type of a person I am ???? and the manager then put the phone down on me whilst I was still talking. My trip advisor review was factual, it stated that we did not like the food, that it took ages for the plates to be cleared and that when we did bring it up with the receptionist she did not help us, or show any interest. The hotel manager told me that he believes her and not me. I am appalled by the way my review has been handled, I have tried to call the owner twice (who intitially responded to my review) but have not been able to speak with her.
4 based on 144 reviews
A family run restaurant and deli offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and takeaway. Fresh homemade cakes can be eaten in the restaurant or purchased to take away. We also sell a lot of the high quality meats and cheeses we use within our menu. Our menu chang
After hearing and reading a lot of good reviews we thought we would give it a try on a Friday evening. When we arrived we were given a cocktail menu but no food or drinks menus. The waitress was lovely but not very knowledgable. She didnât know what gins were served and when we asked if there were desserts she said we could choose from the counter only to then bring a menu. We were left sitting with dirty plates for quite a while then a few were cleared and again the rest were left.The food was ok but the fish cakes werenât very hot - new ones were prepared. The patatas bravas appeared to have been reheated.Sadly we were rather disappointed by the food and service and at Â£49 for 6 tapas, a G&T and a bottle of sparkling water we didnât feel it was very good value.
4 based on 331 reviews
Nestled inside a five-star hotel surrounded by acres of parkland, the Wernher Restaurant offers a spectacular setting for every-day dinners and special occasions alike. Named after one of Luton Hooï¿½ï¿½ï¿½s most distinguished former owners, the dining room fea
Firstly, the service was impeccable. The Sommelier gave us excellent recommendations for the wine. Catina Cabernet Franc with main course and Chardonnay. The starter dishes were just so lacking in tase. The tomato special was a soggy puss..sorry, but would not recommend. The main dishes we OK but the Doversole was eye wateringly expensive. An extra Â£20 each! So all in all not a bad evening, but somewhat expensive Â£176 for the two of us.
4 based on 414 reviews
Villa Ada is a family run Italian restaurant, established since 1996.We pride ourselves on serving all our dishes cooked from fresh. Our large menu includes fresh fish, steaks, chicken, veal and pasta. Many vegetarian options are available, aswell as glut
Went here for our fathers birthday. Excellent service in a traditional setting. Varied menu with many classics, great tournados Rossini! Everything was delicious and we were very well looked after. It was like stepping back in time - strongly recommended.
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