Whitehaven is a town and port on the coast of Cumbria, England. Historically a part of Cumberland, it lies equidistant between Cumbria's two largest settlements, Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness, and is served by the Cumbrian Coast Line and the A595 road. It is the administrative centre of the Borough of Copeland and an unparished area. The population of the town was 23,986 at the 2011 Census.
Things to do in Whitehaven
3.5 based on 524 reviews
Visited Zest for my wife’s birthday with family, we we warmly welcomed and quickly shown to our table which we had booked. The young man who served us was very friendly and polite. The food was lovely but a little pricey for what you get. Most mains don’t come with sides which have to be ordered separately. 3 of the party had the pulled pork with chips whilst I had their home made zest fried chicken with loaded chips (chunky chips with slickly tomato sauce, cheese and garlic mayonnaise over the top). All the food was well clocked and tasted delicious
The total bill including soft drinks came to £87 for 4 of us which considering we only had main meals was rather expensive and if we go back I think we would order less sides and share them as there was more than enough for 2 people on each portion.
4.5 based on 174 reviews
Good informal atmosphere and dog friendly in non carpeted areas . A popular restaurant . We frequently visit this establishment .
4 based on 316 reviews
Right in the heart of this beautiful, historic harbour town in a Georgian townhouse lies Casa Romana Italian Restaurant. Bring your family or friends & join us for a homemade lunch from £4.95, Early evening 'twilight' menu of 1,2 or 3 courses for £6.95, £10.50 Or £12.95 Or amazing A La Carte menu anytime! Great Italian food, handmade here, by us.
Couldnt fault anything. Was my daughters 21st. We were seated downstairs and had it to ourselves, we were told we could bring some cd's to play-which we did. Upon ordering our food we were served quickly considering it was a busy night. The staff were very attentive and came down regularly to see if everything was ok and did we need anything. The food itself was beautiful and plentiful-the bowls are deceiving
All in all would highly recommend
4 based on 222 reviews
A second visit for lunch following our last good experience. We were not disappointed.
Service was prompt and efficient.
Seating area was well laid out and spotlessly clean.
We tried the seafood platter for two - this came piping hot and crispy with a good variety of seafood, a large salad and plenty chips. Too much for us to eat but it was no trouble for the staff to pack up the surplus for us to take home.
Well worth the visit.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
Just off the harbour Near Duncan Square
On holiday at Whitehaven and looked at TripAdvisor for reviews. Came across this place right on the harbour front. From the outside it looks a little tired but inside it was really busy and full of people eating and drinking. Staff approached as soon as we walked in and asked if we had booked (we hadn’t) it was Easter Sunday and we where not sure if we get a table. All the food looked and smelt amazing. We went for the lamb Sunday roast. A bargain at under £11. The lamb was beautiful and plenty and loads of seasonal veg which where cooked just perfectly. There was so much for the price we payed. I wouldn’t hesitate in going back. Spotted the pizza. Need to try that!
4.5 based on 452 reviews
Have been here a couple of times before and they do not disappoint. Good choice of menu's and food was excellent, perfect portion size as well. Efficient, friendly service, in fact nothing negative to comment on at all !
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Linked to the Georgian house hotel which has an accommodation listing
Booked to celebrate my sisters birthday and what a treat. The staff were excellent, service perfect and food lovely. What more can i say, other than we can't wait to return. Thank you for making my sisters birthday that bit special.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
We visited Cafe West in Whitehaven to meet up for a pre-Christmas lunch and get-together. It is one of three cafes run by the West House trust to provide training opportunities under supervision for people with learning difficulties (the other two cafes are at Workington and Keswick).
The staff are incredibly friendly and really keen to give good service with a smile and are really polite. What an incredible standard of service there is at the cafe and we had a really lovely time. As our visit was shortly before Christmas there were 'Christmas special' options on the home-baked menu and there is a good choice. The home-made vegetable soup was delicious and really filling.
The celebrity chef Jean-Claude Novelli has visited the cafe a number of times and highly recommends it. If you are in the area I would certainly recommend a visit.
5 based on 172 reviews
The Globe is a traditional public house that is a listed building and has some original features. We strive to be very welcoming and original. we serve very good Home-Cooked food and a selection of real ales. This is not a fast food outlet, and your evening should be relaxed and enjoyable.
From the outside, this appears to be an unassuming "on-street" pub & inside too - you'd think it a regulars watching sport and drinking establishment.
However, don't be put off.
The staff are warm, friendly and welcoming.
Food is excellent and prices are certainly competitive.
We visited for Sunday lunch and were not disappointed.
This was a traditional British Sunday lunch, choose from five meats, accompanied by six different vegetables as well as a choice of potatoes, stuffing, Yorkshire pudding and lashings of tasty gravy.
Sauces came separately in dishes - not sachets or "used" jars on the table - something I prefer.
Definitely worth a visit but it's popular & booking is advised for Sundays.
One not to forget - cash only!! No card machine.
4 based on 204 reviews
Visited here on my birthday and was totally disgusted! Steak cooked blue when asked for rare (sent back and was still under cooked), full of fat and for £18 (never seen a sirloin like it!). Another person ordered a sirloin which was exactly the same....never seen fat like it! Fish and chips sent back as the batter was very soggy and the fish was stacked on top of the chips which made them extremely greasy and soggy. To top it off, two members of our table went outside, to only hear the chef and the waitress slagging us off about complaining about the food! They originally said in the kitchen that they would knock nothing off, and that we had ate the steak that was sent back (wrong!). After more complaining they eventually knocked the fish and chips meal and 1 steak off the price. No apologies. Absolutely disgusting service and will never return. Ruined all our night!
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